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Touro Osteopathic Medicine Class celebrates National Residency Match Day

Touro University California College (TUC) of Osteopathic Medicine (TUCCOM), Class of 2021 celebrated a successful national residency match last week. Students were matched to 18 different medical specialties ranging from family medicine to pediatrics, emergency medicine, psychiatry medical genetics, dermatology, internal medicine and orthopedic surgery.

Read More...04/06/21

 

Marianne Lyon, music teacher who turned to verse, named Napa County's poet laureate

More than four decades of teaching music - from Napa and the Midwest to Brussels and Hong Kong - laid the foundation for Marianne Lyon's later-life entry into the world of poetry. Now the Yountville resident's passion has culminated with her selection as Napa County's literary ambassador for the next two years.

Read More...04/06/21

 

Teekz Yenpasook

Teekz Yenpasook, a third-year osteopathic medical student at Vallejo's Touro University California, has been named the Council of Osteopathic Student Government Presidents' 2021 National Student Doctor of the Year.

Read More...04/06/21

 

Touro Vallejo Osteopath Grads Land Residencies

Touro University California College of Osteopathic Medicine's class of 2021 celebrated a national residency match, with students being matched to 18 different medical specialties ranging from family medicine to pediatrics, emergency medicine, psychiatry medical genetics, dermatology, internal medicine and orthopedic surgery.

Read More...04/06/21

 

Tip of the Week: Resilience During the Pandemic and Beyond

Resilience is a lifelong skill that can improve adaptability to many situations, especially in the workplace. According to Merriam-Webster, resilience is "the ability to recover from or adjust easily to misfortune or change."1

Read More...04/06/21

 

Touro Recognizes as National Student Doctor of the Year

MARE ISLAND -- A third-year osteopathic medical student at Touro University California has been named the 2021 National Student Doctor of the Year.

Read More...03/25/21

 

Tip of the Week: Managing Work-related Stress and Burnout

Some level of stress in pharmacy practice is almost inevitable, and this has only been amplified during the COVID-19 pandemic. Pharmacists and pharmacy staff failing to deal adequately with these stressors put themselves and their patients at risk through mounting frustration, tiredness, burnout, and commission of errors.

Read More...03/25/21

 

Match Day a Success for Touro University in Vallejo

The Touro University California College of Osteopathic Medicine (TUCCOM), Class of 2020 celebrated a successful national residency match on Friday. Students were matched to 15 different medical specialties ranging from Internal Medicine to Pediatrics, Emergency Medicine, Psychiatry and Neurosurgery.

Read More...03/25/21

 

Touro University's Teekz Yenpasook Named National Student Doctor of the Year

Ten years after Teekz Yenpasook was diagnosed with cancer, he's doing an excellent job helping other people defeat it.

Read More...03/25/21

 

Aggressive Intervention Recommended to Prevent Pediatric Diabetes, Finds Study

Washington: Type 2 diabetes, once considered an adult disease, is increasingly causing health complications among American youth. A research review suggests physicians should work to more aggressively prevent pediatric diabetes.

Read More...03/23/21

 

'Doctor, I'd Like You to Change My Medical Record'

"I had a patient recently who demanded that I remove the diagnosis of opioid use disorder [OUD] from his chart. He's been on them for years, and has had abnormal urine drug screening. At that point, OUD isn't a 'thought,' it's a fact."

Read More...03/18/21

 

Aggressive Intervention Recommended to Prevent Pediatric Diabetes

CHICAGO, March 2, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Type 2 diabetes, once considered an adult disease, is increasingly causing health complications among American youth. A research review published in the Journal of Osteopathic Medicine suggests physicians should work to more aggressively prevent pediatric diabetes.

Read More...03/18/21

 

Solano Vaccine Event Gets 1,000 in the Door, More in Coming Days

FAIRFIELD -- There seemed to be a little turnabout is fair play going on Friday at the headquarters of the Solano County Office of Education.

Read More...03/18/21

 

Another round of shots at the fairgrounds

It's not that 76-year-old Dorlene Harris doesn't care one way or another if her husband gets her a Valentine's Day gift Sunday.

Read More...03/18/21

 

Coronavirus: Solano hosts second COVID-19 vaccination event

Are you eligible for a COVID-19 vaccination but don't know where to get the shot? Friday could be your day.

Read More...03/18/21