College of Medicine — COMmunique, May 5, 2014
 
 

Med Student Newlywed Receives Papal Blessing

Medical school graduating senior Jenn Bazemore Fundora has had a life-changing few months. She’s gotten married, matched into a pediatric residency program at the prestigious...Read More...

Taking TeamSTEPPS To Improve Patient Safety

The Journal of Patient Safety estimates that up to 440,000 patients die a year because of preventable actions such as misdiagnosed conditions and drug interactions....Read More...

Med School Classic Raises $30,000 For Scholarships

Nearly 100 golfers took to the course at Lake Nona’s Golf & Country Club April 28 vying for the best score on the green and...Read More...

Breaking The Basic Science Mold

Most students spend their first two years of medical school in a classroom listening to lectures on the science they need to become doctors. At...Read More...

UCF Health Offers Caregiver Support Series

As Americans struggle to care for a rapidly aging population, approximately 43.5 million people have assumed caregiver roles for aging family members and another 14.9...Read More...

Next Diversity Lunch & Learn Focuses On Disabilities

Actors using the art of Inclusion Theater will help College of Medicine faculty, staff and students learn how to better engage with individuals with disabilities...Read More...

Burnett School Graduate Overcomes Hardships, Heads to Harvard Medical School

Cathy Gutierrez grew up in a tiny one-bedroom apartment in Queens, N.Y., with a single, hard-working mother and a younger sister suffering from many health...Read More...

 
 
 
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Letting Down Your Guard Can Spread COVID-19

As COVID-19 cases spike, health officials are discovering that many people currently testing positive were infected while they were with people they know –...

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