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MAHALO: Dean thanks Hawai`i Legislature for continuing efforts to address doctor shortage

The Hawai`i State Legislature voted May 3 to continue the Hawai`i Physician Workforce Assessment, which is studying the state’s doctor shortage and implementing ways to recruit and retain more medical providers. The bill authorizes a fee on physician licenses to fund the assessment, with the goal of attracting more doctors to practice in rural and underserved […]

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Beauty of WILLED BODY CEREMONY stirs letters of thanks from loved ones; Mahalo from Dr. Lozanoff to MD Students

Some of the more than 300 people who attended April 14’s Willed Body Memorial Service have written to the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM), expressing their gratitude for the warmth and beauty of the event. “Mahalo again for everything that you do to follow my mom’s wishes.  It made such a difference to me, […]

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Updated: MD RESIDENTS & FACULTY: Doctors in the Deep

When Dr. Steven Minaglia and Dr. Scott Harvey suggest exercise as a way to reduce stress and promote good health, they are speaking from experience. The two swam from Moloka`i to Lana`i on May 12, 2012 in under six hours, braving swells, the stings of Portuguese man-of-war and bad sunburn. Fortunately, they’re not novices at […]

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RESEARCH: Top finishes For SNRP Team research abstracts

Two abstracts from the John A. Burns School ohf Medicine and The Queen’s Medical Center research group, funded in part by Specialized Neuroscience Research Program (SNRP), [U54 NS56883], received special merit awards from the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM). With a multidisciplinary membership of over 6,000 including clinicians, physicists, engineers, etc., ISMRM […]

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RESEARCH: Winners of Biomedical Symposium announced

“A great success” is how Dr. Mariana Gercheson describes April’s two-day Biomedical Symposium at the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM).  It was a success on several fronts: more posters than ever, as well as the participation of two undergraduate students at Kapio’lani Community College (KCC) and two students from the University of Hawai’i at […]

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