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It can seem a little bewildering for patients, at first, to interact with a healthcare clinician only to find out that the provider in question is a pharmacist.
By most every measure, the rise in unhoused populations across the state of California has reached crisis proportions.
The types of chronic conditions often associated with older Americans – sleep apnea, high blood pressure, diabetes, liver disease, high cholesterol and others – are starting to appear more and more in children.
Innocent until proven guilty is a concept that serves as a real bedrock of what most Americans understand this country to be – we are all free unless we cause that freedom to be denied through provable facts.
By the time pharmacy students like (soon to be) Dr. Sarah Vreeburg reach the second semester of their final year of pharmacy school, they’ve overcome a lot of obstacles and challenges. However, the biggest hurdle often comes near the end when Vreeburg and many others in her cohort apply to and interview with residency sites around the nation.
Social justice is at the heart of Touro University California’s mission and the approach to social justice is layered and complex.
The Joint MSPAS/MPH program has taken steps to give current PA students as much of that experience as possible through some realistic simulations held at the end of November that were designed to help students understand the chaos inherent in the emergency department.
TUCOM Class of 2023 celebrated a successful national residency match today with students being matched to a record 19 different medical specialties including primary care, osteopathic neuromusculoskeletal medicine, emergency medicine, psychiatry, neurology, physiatry, anesthesiology, dermatology, interventional radiology, and otolaryngology.
Pathways in Achievement to Total Health in Students (PATHS), a partnership between Sierra Health Foundation’s Elevate Youth project, Touro University California, The Mentoring Center, and Kaiser Permanente, helps connect mentors with Vallejo youth in an effort to reduce the occurrence of and education around substance abuse among this age group, improve resiliency, increase graduation rates and improve overall community wellness.
Dr. Prabjot (Jodie) Sandhu has taken over as the head of the School of Nursing during an important period of growth and transition for this vital program.