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Strategies for a Medical Student as a Balanced Researcher

By: Dr. Prasanna Honnavar     So, you're a Medical Researcher. Chance are you're pretty busy. First, there's your daily classes (6 hours/day), ICQ, Comp,…

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Importance of Using Sunscreen

By: Dr. Narshima Prasad Vijayashankar   Among the ancient cultures where lighter skin was more desirable, the purpose of sunscreen was solely cosmetic. Egyptians used…

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Xavier Welcomes Aruban Prime Minister, Honorable Mrs. Evelyn Wever-Croes

Xavier University School of Medicine had the honor of welcoming the first female Prime Minister of Aruba, Honorable Mrs. Evelyn Wever-Croes to the school this…

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Medical Humanities and Professionalism: Teaching Students to Balance Between Patients’ Interests and Physicians’ Duties

By: Dr. Malpe Surekha Bhat   Although medical school curricula has always embraced and appreciated the need to train students to be compassionate towards patients,…

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The Bright Reds in the Pink of Health by the Deep Blue

By: Dr. Malpe Surekha Bhat, Faculty participant at the Polio run   Rotary International is known to put service above self. To that effect, the…

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Guest Lecturer: Dr. Hugh McLaughlin

By: Justina Babu, MD3   In the month of October, the MD3 students of Xavier University School of Medicine had the opportunity to attend lectures…

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Art Education Caribbean Medical School

Using Art in the Education of Future Doctors in a Caribbean Medical School

By: P. Ravi Shankar, Christopher Rose, Asma Toor   Are you familiar with the left brain, right brain concept?   If you are the left brain,…

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Success In Medical School

How to Ensure Success in Medical School

You’re heading to medical school – congrats! You’ve worked hard for this achievement and should be very proud. You can’t wait to fulfill your dream…

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