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MATCH DAY 2014: Emotions Skyrocket and We Caught it on Video!

By Deborah Manog, UH Student Journalist The fourth-year medical students at the John A. Burns School of Medicine couldn’t hold back their cheers and tears after simultaneously opening up their “match day” envelopes in a packed auditorium. Emotions skyrocketed as our soon-to-be doctors discovered the next destination in their medical careers-residency. “It’s match day, so […]

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UH MEDICAL STUDENTS Meet their Match (Full story and slideshow)

By Tina Shelton Medicine’s own unique version of “March Madness” broke out all over the world today, as medical students around the globe learned, in one simultaneous moment, where they will begin their careers in as MDs-in-training. The madness included the Aloha State, at the University of Hawai`i John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM), […]

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ISLAND-STYLE RESIDENCY: Big group staying here at home!

We are proud of ALL our MD Candidates who matched into residency programs on March 21, 2014. But there’s a special excitement here at the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) when we learn so many are staying right here at home to begin their careers training in JABSOM’s Hawai`i Residency Programs, Inc. This […]

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FAMILY MEDICINE: Half of the newest FM residency class will be JABSOM graduates

Family Medicine Program Director Lee Buenconsejo-Lum, MD, excitedly pronounced that 50% of the first-year residents in the Family Medicine Residency program will be graduates of the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) Class of 2014. “Of the six incoming JABSOM Family Medicine Residents, three (50%) are Native Hawaiian and one of them (Kenneth Ortiz) […]

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READY for Residency?

It’s natural for medical students facing The Match to have doubts about their status, and maybe even their abilities. After all, there aren’t graduate medical education slots in North America for all the MDs seeking them. Dr. Natalie Young Albanese, a graduate of the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) and Kamehameha Schools, reassures […]

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