Pancreatic Cancer and Photodynamic Therapy — Undergraduate Research at the College of Charleston

Pooja: Research answers the questions that doctors ask every day. Linda: Pooja’s working on optical treatment for pancreatic cancer and this new drug that she is working well really doesn’t have a lot of studies done on it yet, so she’s doing some groundbreaking work on that. Pooja: PDT is photodynamic therapy and what we […]

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Thomas Jefferson University: Unlocking the potential of 3D printing for medical training

It’s really important for a University and especially an academic medical center to empower students with technologies of the future The Health Design Lab is part design studio, part maker space and it’s a purpose-built creative space for clinicians, students, and patients What we’re finding by teaching medical students is that 3D printing is a […]

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ALL PSYCHOLOGISTS should be in THERAPY – Kati Morton on mental health university career treatment

Hey everybody! Today’s question actually comes from the website And if you haven’t hopped over to katimorton.com you should check it out, There are not only free workbooks and free worksheets available to print and use on your own, But there are also a ton of people on there helping support each other in the […]

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CSUMB Master of Science Physician Assistant Program Overview

So CSUMB’s PA program is really unique because we are the first PA program within the CSU system. We are creating a really integrated curriculum of which we’re building on foundational and functional clinical medicine in order to prepare our students for the best patient care experience when they get on to their second year […]

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Physician Associate programme – Mark I’Anson

My name’s Mark I’Anson and I’m studying Physician Associate Studies at the University of Birmingham. It’s part of the School of Health and Population Sciences. A Physician Associate is part of the medical team. They work with a team of clinicians, so throughout the course we’re trained to undertake clinical examinations, take medical histories, learn […]

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Study Medicine at the University of Exeter Medical School

The University of Exeter Medical School BMBS programme, prides itself on preparing the doctors for the future. Not just for working in our NHS here but also able to address global challenges in health. One distinctive thing about the Exeter Medical School is early clinical attachments, right from the word go students will be experiencing […]

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Student Problems Investigates : Student Mental Health (1/3)

Over the last few months that I knew him it seemed like he was fine. Showed no signs of even depression to me in the last few months that I knew him. Nevermind, what ultimately, you know happened. It’s been really difficult for the whole community actually, staff and students. Particularly difficult because, we work […]

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