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Explore these new interest groups
Friday - September 9, 2022
From reproductive health to endurance sports, new interest groups at the Whiddon College of Medicine give medical students the opportunity to explore their clinical interests and provide outlets to pursue community service and enhance student wellness.
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Four faculty, staff join Whiddon College of Medicine
Four faculty, staff join Whiddon College of Medicine
Friday - September 9, 2022
This fall, the Whiddon College of Medicine welcomed four new faculty and staff members. The COMmunicator asked each to introduce themselves as they began their new roles in medical education and administration.
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Houses are 'the heart of the wellness program'
Friday - September 9, 2022
Groups of medical students at the Whiddon College of Medicine clapped and cheered as M1s were called to the front of the auditorium on the final day of orientation in July. The 80 incoming students were being sorted into five wellness houses named for the rivers that empty into Mobile Bay.
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New options for improving wellness
New options for improving wellness
Friday - September 9, 2022
A peer support network and monthly lunch and learns are among the initiatives aimed at helping medical students at the Whiddon College of Medicine improve their wellness and increase resilience.
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Meet the Class of 2026
Meet the Class of 2026
Friday - September 9, 2022
The Class of 2026 is the largest matriculating medical school class in the history of the Whiddon College of Medicine, which welcomed its charter class in 1973.
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Healthy Breakfast Tacos
Healthy Breakfast Tacos
Friday - September 9, 2022
Members of the Culinary and Lifestyle Medicine Interest Group prepared this recipe during their August session that was led by the group's co-presidents, John Paul Saway and Olivia Durant.
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African Americans make history at the USA College of Medicine
African Americans make history at the USA College of Medicine
Friday - February 18, 2022
Johnson Haynes Jr., M.D., assistant dean of diversity and inclusion at the USA College of Medicine, was USA's first African American resident, chief medical resident and clinical and basic science faculty member.
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