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Pictured: Feral cats at UH Mānoa Doctors in the University of Hawaiʻi Pediatric Residency Program at Kapiʻolani Medical Center for Women and Children examined cases affecting children at one medical center over an eight-year period. Research by doctors in the University of Hawaiʻi (UH) Pediatric Residency Program at Kapiʻolani Medical Center for Women and Children […]

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Pictured: Office staff pose with Dr. Uohara, who serves as OB/GYN Specialist Division Chief By University Health Partners (UHP) of Hawaiʻi University of Hawai’i (UH) regent Douglas Shinsato, John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM) Dean Jerris Hedges, leaders in UH Hilo health programs, local physicians and area health system leaders met last Friday in […]

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Photo: View of the Republic of the Marshall Islands from above. Dr. Nash Witten Photo.   The unique “hands-on” effort integrated multi-disciplinary teams of experienced volunteers, including a UH medical student, resident, and faculty members Special to UH Med, contributors to this story: Arcelita Imasa, MS4; Nash Witten, MD; Seiji Yamada, MD, MPH Members of the […]

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Pictured: Damon Lee, MD (Faculty); Graduates Brooke Yorita, MD; Cedric Kuo, DO; Adriann Bruce, MD (Co-Chief Resident); Christina Marzo (Co-Chief Resident); Bao Pham, MD; Shirley Hirata, MD; Seiji Yamada, MD (Faculty). Photo by David Tanaka. By Heidi Kubo, JABSOM Department of Family Medicine All six of the newest doctors to graduate from the University of […]

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Pictured: About 100 new residents and fellows on the lawn at JABSOM, joining a total of some 230 MDs in post-medical school training throughout Hawaiʻi. Deborah Manog Dimaya Photo. New physicians-in-training throughout Hawaiʻi have begun one of the hardest years of their lives. By Tina Shelton, UH JABSOM Communications Director The new Graduate Medical Education […]

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Date: May 24th, 2018 in Alumni News, Graduate Medical Education

Medical student teaching opportunity: PBL small group facilitators (aka, “PBL tutors”), call for volunteers A message from Dr. Richard Kasuya: Dear JABSOM MD Alumni, I know many of us have considered getting more involved with teaching JABSOM students at one time or another. It was often one of our dreams coming out of medical school […]

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