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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 […]

STUDY MEDICINE | Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery

STUDY MEDICINE | Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment February 28, 2020

I chose to study medicine because I wanted something that would challenge me academically but also allow me to have face to face interactions with fellow like-minded people as well as helping others. The degrees broken into two halves, so you’ve got your clinical years in your preclinical years. Simulation is present throughout all of […]

Hertfordshire Law Clinic – Opportunities for Students

Hertfordshire Law Clinic – Opportunities for Students

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment February 27, 2020

we’ve lost half its indoor clinic which provide much-needed service to the local community we’re going to be providing free legal advice in the areas of family law employment law and powers of attorney we’re also going to be providing free legal advice in the areas in sexual property and commercial or to small and […]

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 […]

MENTAL HEALTH IN MEDICINE – ER Doctor Jon Lee

MENTAL HEALTH IN MEDICINE – ER Doctor Jon Lee

By Bryan Wright 1 Comment February 27, 2020

I’ve been working here at this particular hospital for 11-12 years now. With emergency, it’s definitely a team effort. It’s not just the doctor doing their thing. Unlike I guess, what you see on House where, you know, you’ve got this one case and all the doctors can focus on it. In practise, that never […]

Physicians Associate programme – Teresa Dowsing

Physicians Associate programme – Teresa Dowsing

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment January 6, 2020

My name’s Teresa Dowsing. I’m a Physician Associate in geriatric medicine. I work at the George Elliott Hospital which is in Nuneaton. I studied at the University of Birmingham for the postgraduate diploma in Physician Assistant Studies and I graduated in 2010. The role is relatively new in the United Kingdom and we have about […]

Community Mental Health Clinic at West Chester University

Community Mental Health Clinic at West Chester University

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment January 5, 2020

When it was announced in Spring of 2016 that WCU would be offering a doctorate in clinical psychology we immediately received dozens of calls from potential applicants. Likewise when we opened our community mental health clinic last August, interest was high right from the start. Both the PsyD program and the Community Mental Health Clinic […]

What Happens to a Sample at the Plant and Insect Diagnostic Clinic

What Happens to a Sample at the Plant and Insect Diagnostic Clinic

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment January 3, 2020

Today we’ll see what happens when a sick plant is sent to the plant and insect diagnostic clinic. When the patient arrives in the clinic the first thing that happens is triage. The diagnosticians examine the plant or insect and read what you wrote on the form. Next we enter the information you provided in […]

Pharmacy PSA – Needle Exchange

Pharmacy PSA – Needle Exchange

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 23, 2019

PSA wasn’t saying that these people have HIV, we were just trying to say you don’t know who has HIV. It could be anyone. The other thing is, the point we were trying to get accross is for people out there to support the needle exchange programs because you are interconnected with people who probably […]

Pharmacy Alumnus Profile – Gerrard Rivera