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Relatively speaking, the Nurse Practitioner (NP) is a new occupation in the medical field. In the 1960’s, the role of a NP was created in the United States to address a dire need for more physicians.
Despite the almost impossibly long list of accomplishments, Dr. Natalie A. Nevins, DO, MSHPE, MSS, FACOFP, FS, and Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserve, almost didn’t go to medical school.
Popcorn kernels are not the type of teaching equipment you would imagine in a medical course, but they are a core tool to build experiential understanding.
My name is Ryan Vo, a third year Physician Assistant (PA) student and I've always been interested in medicine.
Dr. Louise Santigo knew it was time to retire when a battle with cancer required managing her health more carefully. After a career in education, Santigo passed the mantle of Director of TUC’s Graduate School of Education to new director Dr. Karis Clarke.
Jensine Duquilla always knew she wanted to be a nurse.
Two Touro students won scholarships at the 2023 Osteopathic Medical Education Conference (OMED), the largest gathering of osteopathic physicians and students. At an awards gala, hosted by the American Osteopathic Foundation, Jennifer Addleman and Amrit Banga were honored.
Despite the recent veto by California governor Gavin Newsom of SB-58, the bill that would have made some psychedelics legal in the state, Dr. Kelan Thomas believes that legalization is simply a matter of time.
To begin to address the issue of inequity, Dr. Ijeoma Ononuju, who manages the Equity, Diversity, and Inclusive Education (EDIE) program at Touro University California’s Graduate School of Education, says you need to understand how equity is different from equality.
Harsimran Kaur, a first-year medical student at Touro University California's College of Osteopathic Medicine (TUCOM), recently achieved a major milestone on her path to becoming a physician.