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Pictured: Madison Williams and Bianca Calio, MD 2023 candidates, during an intubation workshop at JABSOM. Vina Cristobal photo. By Tina Shelton, JABSOM Communications Director Convinced that an ever-worsening shortage of doctors threatens our state’s welfare, the University of Hawaiʻi Board of Regents has agreed to ask the 2020 Hawaiʻi State Legislature to begin an expansion […]

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Date: October 3rd, 2019 in External News, IN THE NEWS, JABSOM News, UH Manoa

Pictured: JABSOM’s team and other marchers tread through downtown Honolulu spreading awareness about domestic violence. Deborah Manog Dimaya photo. By Deborah Manog Dimaya, UH Med Now Correspondent, with Vina Cristobal and Tina Shelton Posters bearing words like “Consent is BAE (before anything else),” or “men-tality against brutality” were held high during the 25th Annual Men’s […]

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Pictured: Round Table meeting of health leaders and advocates whose work focuses on US Pacific Islander health at JABSOM with the US Surgeon General, Vice Admiral Jerome Adams, MD, MPH. Deborah Manog Dimaya photo. “We’re literally a less safe country now because we’re not healthy,” said Vice Admiral Jerome Adams, MD, MPH, the U.S. Surgeon […]

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Pictured: Dean Hedges, Vicky and Ben Cayetano in 2015. Gary Hofheimer photo. By Tina Shelton, JABSOM Communications Director The Kakaʻako campus stands as a lasting tribute to Cayetano’s vision, leadership and his support for medical education. This coming October 30th, it will have been 15 years since the Mānoa Flood swept away much of the medical school, then […]

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Pictured: The 2019 Internal Medicine MD Residents pose outside The Queen’s Medical Center, where they are trained by the University of Hawaiʻi and the Hawaiʻi Residency Programs, Inc, which includes leadership ofHawaiʻi‘s major hospitals as academic medical centers. Deborah Manog Dimaya photo. By Tina Shelton, JABSOM Communications Director Each July the University of Hawaiʻi (UH) […]

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Pictured: Nelanette Uʻilani Lee, a participant in the study, dances hula. Deborah Manog Dimaya photo. By Deborah Manog Dimaya, UH Med Now Correspondent Could hula be the answer to reducing hypertension and high blood pressure? That was the premise for a six month study by researchers at the University of Hawaiʻi John A. Burns School […]

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