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Humanism in medicine is paramount, says Chancellor Collins in new TEDx Talk

Humanism in medicine is paramount, says Chancellor Collins in new TEDx Talk

As modern medicine continues to rapidly improve through technological advancements, Chancellor Michael F. Collins is urging caregivers to remain committed to compassionate care, in a new TEDx Talk.

Telegram reports on WooHealth Hackathon at UMass Medical School

Telegram reports on WooHealth Hackathon at UMass Medical School

The Worcester Telegram & Gazette reported on the first WooHealth Hackathon, a two-day event hosted by UMass Medical School bringing together students and faculty from nine area colleges and universities to brainstorm innovative solutions for a public health challenge.

Melissa Fischer makes her mark in medical education

Melissa Fischer makes her mark in medical education

Melissa Fischer, MD, MEd, is as passionate about teaching medicine as she is about practicing it. At UMass Medical School, she is shaping how generations of physicians are trained.

LISTEN: PURCH track at UMMS-Baystate focuses on rural, urban community health

LISTEN: PURCH track at UMMS-Baystate focuses on rural, urban community health

Learn how the PURCH track at UMMS-Baystate provides medical students with an opportunity to learn and practice medicine in urban and rural health care settings in a new Voices of UMassMed podcast.

UMass Medical School faculty teach course on medical education in China

UMass Medical School faculty teach course on medical education in China

UMass Medical School faculty recently traveled to China to present a course on medical education at the China-Japan Friendship Hospital in Beijing.

LISTEN: Podcast explores lasting impact anatomical donors have on medical students

LISTEN: Podcast explores lasting impact anatomical donors have on medical students

The new Voices of UMassMed podcast episode focuses on the Anatomical Gift Program at UMass Medical School and offers insight into why anatomical dissection is invaluable to medical education. 

Suzanne Cashman named a finalist for The Thomas Ehrlich Civically Engaged Faculty Award

Suzanne Cashman named a finalist for The Thomas Ehrlich Civically Engaged Faculty Award

Suzanne Cashman, ScD, has been named a finalist for the prestigious Thomas Ehrlich Civically Engaged Faculty Award by Campus Compact and Brown University’s Swearer Center for Public Service, recognizing her as one of the top five community-engaged faculty in the country.

GSN student Kathleen Schultz honored by Arnold Gold Foundation for essay on patient encounter

GSN student Kathleen Schultz honored by Arnold Gold Foundation for essay on patient encounter

Graduate School of Nursing student Kathleen Schultz, MS, has been honored by the Arnold P. Gold Foundation for Humanism with the first prize for nursing students in its 2019 Hope Babette Tang Humanism in Healthcare Essay Contest.

WBJ, Telegram, media report on impact of new clinic to be built for veterans at UMass Medical School

WBJ, Telegram, media report on impact of new clinic to be built for veterans at UMass Medical School

A new, community-based outpatient clinic for veterans to be built on the campus of UMass Medical School will mean improved access to health care for local veterans, according to media reports.

Kevin Enabulele follows older brother’s path to UMass Medical School

Kevin Enabulele follows older brother’s path to UMass Medical School

When Kevin Enabulele arrived at UMass Medical School this year with classmates in the School of Medicine Class of 2023, he knew he had one advantage as he began his studies: older brother Skelly Enabulele, now in his third year at UMMS.

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