One hundred fourteen fourth-year medical students discovered their fate on Friday, March 16, 2012, at the annual Match Day ceremony. Family and friends looked on as each member of the College of Medicine’s senior class revealed in random fashion where he or she would spend the next few years completing residency training. Forty-nine students, 43% of the class, will stay in Nebraska. Forty-five of those students will complete their first year of residency at UNMC; two at Creighton University and its affiliates; and two with… Continue Reading
Month: March 2012
Wendy Grant, MD, was recently named the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs. She’ll work with Dr. Jeff Hill, Associate Dean for Admissions and Student Affairs, and Dr. Jeffrey Harrison, Assistant Dean for Admissions and Student Affairs, to counsel students, monitor student progress, and assist with the creation of the Medical Student Performance Evaluation for senior students. Dr. Grant joined UNMC in 2002 and serves as an Associate Professor in the Department of Surgery.
Enhanced Medical Education Tracks are in-depth areas of study developed to enhance the required medical school curriculum. The tracks are challenging and address specific topics in more detail than what is provided during the required curriculum. The goal of the Preventive Medicine track is to develop skills in providing preventive care to the individual and to a population. Specifically, students will work to perform prevention-focused clinical skills, identify risk factors and interventions for clinical preventive services, and effectively use resources related to prevention and public… Continue Reading