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Wellness Council reminds medical students to prioritize mental health
Monday - February 22, 2021
The Wellness Council advocates for medical student wellness by creating initiatives and events for students and increasing awareness of barriers to wellness.
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Medical student launches partnership to help others
Medical student launches partnership to help others
Monday - February 22, 2021
A medical student decided to partner with PASSAGE USA and provide health education to students with intellectual disabilities.
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Match Day is only weeks away
Match Day is only weeks away
Monday - February 22, 2021
The USA College of Medicine received approval to host an in-person Match Day following a year in which COVID-19 forced the event to go virtual. Students will take turns announcing their residency placements and pinning the geographical locations on a map on stage.
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Students prepare for Step 1 and Step 2 CK
Students prepare for Step 1 and Step 2 CK
Monday - February 22, 2021
While COVID-19 has shrouded the near future of higher education in some uncertainty, major events that continue to loom on the horizon for second- and third-year medical students are the USMLE Step 1 and part of the Step 2 exam.
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Try research or mentoring this summer
Try research or mentoring this summer
Monday - February 22, 2021
No summer plans yet? The University of South Alabama College of Medicine has you covered. Options include the Medical Student Summer Research Program and becoming an Office of Diversity and Inclusion Summer Program Assistant.
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Away Rotations: What You Need to Know
Away Rotations: What You Need to Know
Monday - February 22, 2021
Even during these COVID-19 impacted times, the importance of away rotations has not diminished. These rotations allow students to compare academic programs versus community programs and foster the opportunity to develop mentors and to collect strong letters of recommendation.
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USA College of Medicine adopts hybrid teaching model
USA College of Medicine adopts hybrid teaching model
Wednesday - September 9, 2020
In an effort to prioritize student and faculty safety while maximizing learning opportunities, University of South Alabama College of Medicine classes have moved to a hybrid model as the COVID-19 global pandemic continues.
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