Tag: Education

Pharmacy Technicians – Sami Walker

Pharmacy Technicians – Sami Walker

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment February 29, 2020

[Intro Music] My name is Sami and I am a pharmacy technician at the Princess Royal Hospital in Telford, part of the Shrewsbury and Telford hospital trust. My day to day responsibilities vary as I’m a rotational pharmacy technician so I can be in dispensary or I can be part of the medicines management team […]

My Classroom: Speech Language Specialty Clinic

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment February 29, 2020

It’s definitely been a learning experience because this is the first time I have ever done this. We have just been so supported by all of our supervisors that it has been a really comfortable, positive environment to have this first clinical experience. “Good ol’ SSC.” The Summer Speciality ClInic at CMU is a six […]

TYPES OF MEDICINE “A-B-C”

TYPES OF MEDICINE “A-B-C”

By Bryan Wright 9 Comments February 28, 2020

in this video I’m gonna talk to you about type soul medicine coming up hi and welcome back to another video in the doctor Channel today we are going to talk about types of medicine the first one and alphabetic order is amphetamine it is a drug that increases energy and make you very excited […]

Critical Care Pharmacy in 30 Seconds

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment February 27, 2020

– So there’s sort of three big components to being a critical care pharmacist that set it apart from other pharmacy practices. You have a lot of interaction with the medical team. You have a lot of high-acuity, high-adrenaline situations. And the third thing is the complexity of the disease states. And so having a […]

Center for Nursing and Health Sciences

Center for Nursing and Health Sciences

By Bryan Wright 1 Comment January 6, 2020

For the past 50 years, St. Louis Community College has offered education and training to those seeking careers in the health professions. The new Center for Nursing and Health Sciences is our commitment to continue to meet the growing need for health care professionals in the greater St. Louis metropolitan area. One, two, three! [cheering […]

The Immigrant Rights Clinic: Celebrating 20 years of advocacy at NYU Law

The Immigrant Rights Clinic: Celebrating 20 years of advocacy at NYU Law

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment January 5, 2020

[Sarah Cullinane ’12] The Immigrant Rights Clinic was one of the most transformative educational experiences of my life. It is an incredibly collaborative clinic, students workshop each of their cases together, spend hours and hours and hours working on briefs, coming up with creative legal arguments, and really taking on the issues that no one […]

50 Years Of Soul Clinic International School

50 Years Of Soul Clinic International School

By Bryan Wright 2 Comments January 5, 2020

Theme: Educating one mind, one soul, at a time. Theme: Educating one mind, one soul, at a time. Theme: Educating one mind, one soul, at a time. Theme: Educating one mind, one soul, at a time. Theme: Educating one mind, one soul, at a time. Theme: Educating one mind, one soul, at a time.

What Your Farts Say About Your Health

What Your Farts Say About Your Health

By Bryan Wright 100 Comments January 5, 2020

In science, it’s important to have quantifiable data. How bright is that star? How strong is that force? How smelly is that fart? Hey everyone, Julian here for DNews. I know it seems like a juvenile topic but flatulence is a part of everyone’s lives, and it actually can tell you some interesting things about […]

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Winter Sports Clinic Information

Winter Sports Clinic Information

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment January 4, 2020

[Wind Blowing] ♫ [Music] ♫ The National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic is a world leader in adaptive winter sports instruction for U.S. military Veterans and active-duty servicemen and women with disabilities. Set in stunning Snowmass Village, Colorado, the clinic brings hundreds of Veterans to the mountain diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries, amputations, Veterans recovering […]