Author Archive | Tina Shelton

TOP HONORS: Dr. Andrade completes term as National President; Laughlin Fellowship awarded to JABSOM Psychiatry chief resident Alexis Aplasca

The John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) Department of Psychiatry had much to celebrate this year at the annual meeting of the American College of Psychiatrists (ACP). Not only was the meeting held in Hawai`i–on Kaua`i–but longtime University of Hawai`i Chair of Psychiatry Dr. Naleen Andrade completed her term as national President of the […]

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VIDEO: UH Medical School Helps Bring First World Voice Day to Hawai`i

Our YouTube video clip shows highlights (without narration) from the University of Hawai’i Mānoa Campus Center location of World Voice Day in Hawai`i. The John A. Burns School of Medicine Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders helped make April 16 the FIRST-EVER World Voice Day in Hawai`i. Even Governor Neil Abercrombie recognized the importance of […]

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HAWAII SUSPENDS TB CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS CITING NATIONAL SHORTAGE

By the Hawai`i State Department of Health  The Hawai`i State Department of Health (DOH) is announcing the state’s temporary suspension of tuberculosis (TB) clearance requirements that are mandated in Hawai`i Administrative Rules, Title 11, Chapter 164, for school personnel, students, food handlers, and workers in health care, domiciliary care, daycare, and residential care facilities. Beginning […]

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MEMORIAL DAY, May 27, 2013

The John A. Burns School of Medicine joins a grateful nation in saluting Hawai`i’s U.S. military members who gave their lives to preserve the freedom we cherish. This day and all through the year. Thank you.

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OUTREACH: Native Hawaiian high school students from the Neighbor Islands spend a day in medical school

The Native Hawaiian Center of Excellence and the Department of Native Hawaiian Health hosted a group of high school students from the Neighbor Islands during the students’ spring break on March 19, 2013. The high schoolers are part of Nā Pua No`eau (the talented flowers), a program for gifted and talented Native Hawaiian children from […]

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