SEE OUR HATS! From the First Annual HAT DAY at JABSOM

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 […]

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Sixth Annual PEDIATRICS INFECTIOUS DISEASES CONFERENCE at JABSOM October 6

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 […]

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2012 TENURE AND PROMOTION Recognition Luncheon

Story and photo by Lori M.M. Emery, M.Ed. Faculty Development Coordinator, JABSOM On August 15, Dean Jerris Hedges held a luncheon in the Medical Education Building to recognize 15 of our faculty members who were promoted and/or awarded tenure this summer. They were acknowledged among their peers, Department Chairs, and John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) […]

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JABSOM and UH Mānoa Nursing collaborate on Cultural Competency Course involving students on three islands

Nursing students on three Hawaiian islands will simultaneously join around a poi bowl, to celebrate the inauguration of a landmark new course designed to make them even better care givers by teaching them to be sensitive to cultural differences that can impact their patients’ health. “It’s an opportunity that doesn’t come around very often,” said […]

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