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NEW ISSUE: What’s in the Hawaiʻi Journal of Medicine and Public Health?

Date: April 1st, 2017 in Research    Print or PDF

The April 2017 edition of the Hawaiʻi Journal of Medicine and Public Health (HJM&PH) features a cost-benefit analysis of using statins in Hawai‘i; a study examining the long-term outcome of managing the posterior capsule in pseudophakic children; and a case report associating the Salmonella muenchen serovar with rhabodomyolysis and myocarditis. In the Medical School Hotline, the journal highlights efforts to reform and incorporate American medical education methodologies into the traditional Japanese system.

The April 2017 issue of the journal may be downloaded here.

About the Journal
The Hawaiʻi Journal of Medicine and Public Health (HJM&PH) is a peer-reviewed, fully-indexed, online journal that is distributed to over 11,000 individuals throughout Hawai‘i and the Pacific. The Journal is a joint effort between the Hawai‘i Department of Health (DOH) and the University Health Partners of Hawaiʻi (formerly University Clinical, Education, & Research Associates, UCERA) at the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM).

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