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Date: January 28th, 2021 in Alumni News, IN THE NEWS, JABSOM News

Pictured: Dr. Ryan Yee (JABSOM MD 2020), Emergency Medicine Resident at Crozer Medical Center. Courtesy photo. By Vina Cristobal, Communications/Marketing Coordinator, University Health Partners of Hawaiʻi It was thirty minutes into a red-eye flight when Kalani Ruiz realized a passenger was in need of medical attention. He rushed over to his friend for help. That […]

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Date: January 8th, 2021 in Alumni News, Faculty, JABSOM News

Pictured: Courtesy photo. The Kea‘au High School graduate discovered his passion for medicine while training to be a firefighter during college Special to UH Med Now: Mona Wood-Sword, IKAIKA Communications JABSOM Associate Professor Dr. Paul Norio Mortonʻs philosophy is that everyone deserves a patient-centered and individualized approach with both non-operative and operative treatments available. He […]

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Pre-COVID-19 Career Night in February 2020, faculty participants who spoke with the medical students about their specialties. By Paula Bender, JABSOM News   In February, JABSOM class of 2023 AAMC representative Kevin Pham planned a Career Night that had his colleagues getting to the next specialty conversation STAT. While there were 15 minutes a session, […]

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Date: October 30th, 2020 in Alumni News

Pictured: Some of the participants on Zoom. Photo courtesy of Christie Leidholm. By Christie Leidholm, Alumni Engagement Coordinator The JABSOM Alumni Association held its first ever virtual continuing medical education symposium on Saturday, Oct. 24, 2020. The original plan was to return to Las Vegas for the event but virtual was the next best thing. […]

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Date: October 21st, 2020 in Alumni News, External News, JABSOM News, Native Hawaiian

The School of Medicine’s Class of 1970, back in 1968, its first year.            By Paula Bender, JABSOM News Staff   Civil unrest is nothing new to the Baby Boomers who transitioned to adulthood during a tumultuous time: the Vietnam War, Women’s Liberation, Watergate, demonstrations, riots, and sit-ins. Following the 1960s, […]

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Portrait of Dr. Blanchette. Tina Shelton photo. Patricia Lanoie Blanchette MD, MPH retired from her post as Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs at the University of Hawaiʻi (UH) medical school and Chief Medical Officer to University Health Partners of Hawaiʻi, the JABSOM faculty practice plan, at the end of September 2020. Dr. Blanchette, who founded […]

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