LIVE VIDEO-Match Day 2012: “The Moment”

Our MD Class of 2012 celebrates “Match Day” at the University of Hawai’i’s John A. Burns School of Medicine. Together, they open envelopes (along with some 16,000 4th-year medical students around the country today) to learn where they will spend the first years of their lives as physicians, training in specialty disciplines under “Residency Program” […]

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Class of 2012–SLIDESHOW and Residency Match List

Our University of Hawai’i medical school’s Class of 2012 helped break a three decades old record today.  More than 95 percent of U.S. medical school seniors—the highest rate in 30 years— matched to residency positions according to new data released on March 16, 2012 by the National Resident Matching Program® (NRMP®).  These individuals make up the […]

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VIDEO-Class of 2012′s Match Day Hopes and Dreams

The Class of 2012 began their studies at the University of Hawai’i’s John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) in July 2008. They marched into the Hilton Hawaiian Village Resort Ballroom carrying their short-length white coats, as they were officially welcomed into the study of medicine. Fast foward four years later, and the students — […]

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Match Day Essay: JABSOM student writes in Epocrates

By Darragh O’Carroll March 16th has long been a day circled on every 4th year student’s calendar (except the lucky urologists and ophthalmologists). Some say it is the day of reckoning. Some look forward to it like eager children on Christmas Eve. Whatever view we have, with the four previous years of hard work and […]

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