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Meet Brian Dlouhy, MD, Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery.
Meet Arlene Drack, MD, Associate Professor of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences.
The Graduate Medical Education recognized multiple University of Iowa clinicians and professors with institutional awards, based on endorsements from residents and fellows.
Erin Renfrew, an M4 in the UI Carver College of Medicine, recently received the 2018 Excellence in Public Health Award, sponsored by the U.S. Public Health Service, recognizing her passion for caring for the underserved.
Eight years ago, through some innovative thinking on the part of UI Carver College of Medicine staff, the idea of producing a podcast with topics to entertain and inspire current and prospective medical students was born.
Bradley Haws, MBA, chief executive officer of the University of Virginia Physicians Group, has been named associate vice president and chief financial officer for University of Iowa Health Care. He will begin Aug. 20.
The Knights Templar Eye Foundation has awarded a $65,000 research grant to UI postdoctoral research scholar Ravi Yadev, PhD, to study a mechanism involved in a leading cause of childhood blindness.
Using health insurance data involving more than 1 million cases nationally, UI researchers found that many patients with knee osteoarthritis continued to receive either corticosteroid or hyaluronic acid injections for pain relief, even after published clinical practice guidelines cited evidence questioning those injections’ effectiveness.
Over the next few weeks, graduating medical students will recite their medical oath at commencement ceremonies across the country. Most people might assume that this oath is universal; even people within the medical profession, who know there is some variation, might think the oaths are essentially similar in terms of the values expressed. But a new study by a University of Iowa bioethicist and medical student finds that not only are there many different oaths, but only a few ethical values are held in common among these oaths.
The average medical student at the Carver College of Medicine has an average of 65 encounters with a simulated patient over the course of four years, preparing them for patient care. As graduation nears, take a look at the valuable role of simulated patients in medical education.