News & Events
Class of 2023 don White Coats
Members of both the Physician Assistant and Master of Public Health programs turned out February 4 to celebrate as the Class of 2023 Joint MSPAS/MPH program in accepting their white coats during their annual White Coat ceremony.
White Coat Quartet Awarded
Four Physician Assistant students with Touro University California earned special recognition, Feb. 4, during the PA White Coat ceremony.
100th Vaccine Clinic!
Dozens of dignitaries, supporters and grateful guests turned out Wednesday afternoon at Vallejo’s Cooper Elementary to recognize the 100th Touro CARES MVP clinic.
Practicing Street Medicine
While Touro University California’s different healthcare programs might be divided into different specialties, the basic theme unifying all of them is the students’ general desire to help vulnerable populations.
Attracting National Guard Soldiers
Touro University California’s campus is a located on the former Mare Island Shipyard Navy base. Faculty at the Physician Assistant program are hoping that could make some potential students feel right at home.
Carquinez Village Collaborative Project
We’ve probably all heard the phrase, “it takes a village” as it relates to raising children. The same idea is being applied to Carquinez Village; part of a growing ‘Village’ movement intentionally designed to help older adults stay connected to their communities. The model works due to the gracious invested time of our (always looking for more) volunteers who assist with rides, calls, and other help so the members can safely remain in their homes.
Student Doctor of the Year
Becoming a physician is not as simple as it can sometimes seem – you graduate from college and then put in four more years at medical school.
Medicine, A Family Tradition
Touro University California doesn’t have an official legacy program, but for College of Osteopathic Medicine student-doctor Amrit Banga, that doesn’t matter much.
Pharmacy Students Experience Empathy Training
First-year College of Pharmacy students had the opportunity to experience some of the difficulties their future patients will experience during empathy training in late November.
Aiding the POP AART Project
Representation matters, even in a diagram in a textbook. Touro University California (TUC) Assistant Professor Dr. Theodore C. Smith will be assisting in a project meant to demonstrate greater representation of physical traits in anatomy instruction. The project is being funded by The American Association for Anatomy (AAA).