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Campus News

Members from The Auxiliary to the Sinkler Miller Medical Association, donated a laptop to Cooper
The reception took place during the Annual Western Foot and Ankle Conference
Reeves says that it’s been a life-changing experience to work with her transgender patients.
The prospective students came from all over the globe – from Berkeley to the West Indies
 

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Media Mentions

Barb Puder, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Medical Neuroscience, at Samuel Merritt University, and a member of the AAA Public Affairs Committee, has set her sights beyond the walls of her university and has developed neuroscience community outreach programs designed for grades K-12 and the community. 

Source: Anatomy Now
Published: Tuesday, June 16, 2015

"I became involved in starting an Institute for Healthcare Improvement (IHI) Open School Chapter at my school and began to use the IHI online modules to solidify ideas about patient safety and healthcare improvement."

Source: PSQH: Patient Safety & Quality Healthcare
Published: Friday, June 12, 2015

A health fair organized by SMU's nursing students serves a dual purpose: Serve the East Oakland community and recruit people of color to SMU’s nursing programs to help the broader goal of eliminating health disparities.

Source: KQED News State of Health
Published: Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Student Jessica Potter, who graduates on Friday, May 22, 2015, will become an MD instead of join the LPGA

Source: The Vancouver Sun
Published: Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Rena Perez balances being logical and detail-oriented with the softer side of nursing: compassion, vulnerability, and warmth. She was instrumental in directing the team that developed the Ebola patient workflow for Kaiser Permanente South Sacramento.

Source: ABC News 10
Published: Tuesday, May 19, 2015

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