(Archived as 8/31/12, actual posting was 9/28/12) Video highlights from the news conference announcing the state loan repayment program. To apply, go on line at AHEC. Video by Tina Shelton.
Archive | August, 2012
For the first time ever, researchers have determined the metabolic equivalent for hula in a study which shows the Native Hawaiian dance form can be an effective and engaging cardiac rehabilitation therapy. Researchers from the University of Hawai’i John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) and The Queen’s Medical Center in Honolulu presented preliminary findings [...]
There’s still time to support our worthy `Imi Ho`ōla Post-Baccalaureate Students through ordering their unique T-Shirts, for $15. Personally designed by the aspiring medical students, the students are selling the T-shirts to raise money for their working field trip to Kalaupapa next Spring. Those at `Imi Ho`ōla (“Those who seek to heal”) are very thankful [...]
We are wearing hats today to “Tip Our Hats to the Returning MS-2′s”. Our first annual John A. Burns School of Medicine “HAT DAY” is to celebrate the arrival of the final students to return to school for the 2012-2013 academic year, the second-year medical students–also known as the MD Class of 2015! Oh, and [...]
Research by Dr. Gina French, Pediatrics Associate Professor at the John A. Burns School of Medicine, made news recently in the New York Times health and science blog. Click here to view the NY Times article on “How Much Can Patients Learn in a 15-Minute Doctor Visit?” The photo of Dr. French was provided by [...]
Join John A. Burns School of Medicine Pediatrician Dr. Raul Rudoy and his colleagues at the 6th Pediatrics Infectious Diseases Conference, October 6, at JABSOM’s Auditorium. The conference goals are to: Answer common parental concerns regarding travel outside the USA and be familiar with current prophylactic regimens and resources. Be up to date with the [...]