In support of continuing efforts to reduce energy consumption and operating costs, the University of Hawai’i System offices and campuses statewide will be reducing or suspending operations on non-instructional days during the week of March 25-29, 2013. System offices and the Kaka’ako Medical Office Building (MEB) will also be closed on Tuesday, March 26, in […]
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This video, hosted by a University of Hawai`i Mānoa student, tells the story of the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) Department of Native Hawaiian Health and visits the medical school’s Lau Ola Clinic in the Gold Bond Building. Courtesy UH System Media and OC Sports.
The school of medicine’s loss is Leeward Community College’s (LCC) gain as Lionel Shigemura starts the next chapter of his University of Hawai`i career with the Pearl City campus led by Leeward’s Chancellor Manny Cabral. The John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) Office of Information Technology hosted an ice cream sundae send-off for Lionel […]
Dr. Sheri Fong, John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) MD graduate (and also a PhD) is being interviewed by Hawai`i News Now reporter Teri Okita, while five of our first-year medical students (Class of 2016) look on. What’s the story? Click on their website to watch the report. By the way, the students began […]
The John A. Burns School of Medicine has 462 students enrolled in 2013 in Public Health, Communications Sciences & Disorders, Medical Technology, the advanced biomedical sciences and Medicine. Of the more than 250 medical students, 90% are residents of Hawai`i representing every county in the State. Additionally, another 225 newly minted MDs are employed throughout our State and preparing for licensure and board certification in our public-private […]
The Centers for Disease Control begins publishing its weekly updates about U.S. flu activity, and there is heightened concern after the city of Boston declared a flu public health emergency because significantly more people are falling ill in that city than they did last year. You can check out the CDC Weekly Flu Surveillance Report. […]