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PA grads urged to keep learning

PA grads urged to keep learning

Only through constant learning can health professionals keep up with medicine.

At their Commencement in September the 29 members of the Physician Associate Program’s Class of 2005 heard words of encouragement from Joxel Garcia, M.D., M.B.A., former commissioner of public health for the state of Connecticut and current deputy director of the Pan American Health Organization.“These are exciting times to be in the health care field,” Garcia said, citing new technology and new medical discoveries. But this day, he continued, would be a benchmark in the new graduates’ careers. “Anything you do from today on is going to have an impact five, 10, 20 years from now. Today is all about you and how you are going to fulfill...

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Proposing a new paradigm as international health hits close to home

Proposing a new paradigm as international health hits close to home

Each October, students in medicine, nursing and public health present their findings from a summer...

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Still going strong—Hunger and Homelessness Auction nets $32,000 for local groups

Still going strong—Hunger and Homelessness Auction nets $32,000 for local groups

Thirteen years ago a second-year student asked his classmates to join him in a fund-raising...

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Medical student receives psychiatry fellowship

Medical student receives psychiatry fellowship

Second-year medical student Mallika Lakshmi Mendu has received a 2005 Jeanne Spurlock Minority...

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