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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 10, 2016 Contact: Anat Gerstein, 718-793-2211 x100 firstname.lastname@example.org Jaime Williams, 718-793-2211 x107 email@example.com Medical Schools Announce: No More Unclaimed Bodies Accepted from NYC Medical Examiner All Schools Will Feature Donor Programs, Work to Boost Donations to Train Future Doctors to be the Best, Meet New York’s Growing Physician Shortage, and Continue… Read More
NYC Medical Schools Seek Smart, Motivated Teens in Diversity Initiative By Ida Siegal A unique program is putting some teenagers on the fast track to success while adding diversity to the hospitals where you’re cared for. The students are taken from high school and placed in a medical program that turns them into future doctors…. Read More
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From the New York State Department of Health: Don’t think staff are automatically following infection control procedures, just because an outpatient facility has such protocols in place. That is among the disturbing new findings from researchers at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine and the New Mexico Department of Health; even when infection… Read More
Here is a statistic that medical students should take to heart: One in every three prescriptions written for antibiotics in the United States (US) is unnecessary. That’s the conclusion of a recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Pew Charitable… Read More
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For the Nation’s Health, Medical Schools Must Become More Diverse By Gary Butts MAY 15, 2016 In September 1976, I donned a white coat for the first time and began my studies in medicine at Cornell Medical College, as it was then known. Though I am a black man, I did not find myself alone:… Read More