John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) Associate Professor Dr. Tod Aeby, of the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Women’s Health, has received the 2012 Regents’ Medal for Excellence in Teaching. Within JABSOM it is common to hear students say that they aspire to be” just like Dr. Aeby”. Dr. Aeby is known as a […]
A ceremony celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Department of Native Hawaiian Health included special guests — people in the community and at UH who have given much to nuture the only medical school clinical department in the country dedicated to the health of an indigenous people. As you enjoy our video report, our background […]
The JABSOM 2012 Internal Giving Campaign has raised than $145,000 in pledged gifts as of October 3! There’s only one more day to go! Dr. Marla Berry and Dr. Kamal Masaki, co-chairs of this year’s campaign, joined Dean Jerris Hedges in Kūlia Grill on September 14 to scoop ice cream for faculty, staff, students and visitors […]
(Archived as 9/8, really was 9/2812) See the news story on KITV NEWS.. Watch our slideshow of the news conference!
Hundreds of University of Hawai`i medical students have helped treat O’ahu’s homeless. Now the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) Department of Psychiatry and the Institute for Human Services (IHS)–with the assistance of a grant awarded to IHS–are bringing a whole now new level of care to some of the streets’ most troubled citizens. […]
Patients at homeless shelters on O`ahu have received medical care more than 7,600 times from University of Hawai`i medical student volunteers in the six years since the Hawai`i Homeless Outreach and Medical Education (H.O.M.E.) Project was launched at the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM). Nearly 450 medical students at various stages of their medical […]