Tag: University

Imperial College student stories: Changavy studying Medicine.

Imperial College student stories: Changavy studying Medicine.

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment October 9, 2019

I think it’s important to know that there are all sorts of people at university. There’s no such thing as a typical student and I think that’s how it should be. There’s no one mould that you need to fit. Hi, my name is Changavy, I’m a fifth year medical student. I moved to the […]

Compliance Oversight for Health Care Leaders

Compliance Oversight for Health Care Leaders

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment October 6, 2019

[ Music ]>>Lori Vick: Hello. I’m Lori Vick. On behalf of the Health Care Compliance Association, welcome. In today’s environment of health care reform and an emphasis on the quality of health care, the role of compliance is more critical than ever. Today, we’re going to explore that role with key government officials and leaders […]

FEELING BLUE? Mental Health at Cambridge University | Documentary

FEELING BLUE? Mental Health at Cambridge University | Documentary

By Bryan Wright 24 Comments October 6, 2019

You know, there’s this great… I have it pinned up somewhere somewhere on my wall this bit from ‘Under the Volcano’ by Malcolm Lowry. It has this wonderful excerpt from it on on being in Cambridge sort of being almost sort of seasick from from walking around on this, this shifting ship of a place […]

Not ‘The Sims,’ But Close: How Computer Models Help Public Health Researchers Plan for Disasters

Not ‘The Sims,’ But Close: How Computer Models Help Public Health Researchers Plan for Disasters

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment October 5, 2019

(elevator music) The toy playground epidemic. The simplest model. There are a hundred kids on a green playground, Blue kids are healthy, red kids are sick. There’s one initial red kid. When a red kid bumps into a blue kid, he gives him the disease with some probability, and then after you’re red for a […]

reimagine Health:  Matthew Huentelman, PhD

reimagine Health: Matthew Huentelman, PhD

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment October 3, 2019

“My name is Matt Huentelman, and I’m a professor of Neurogenomics at TGen in Phoenix, Arizona; and I look forward to seeing you at the reimagine Health: Is My Fate in My Genes? Research Symposium. My talk there is going to try and answer the age old question: ‘Why can’t I remember names and faces […]

Enterprising Research: Improving Measurement of radiation doses in Brachytherapy

Enterprising Research: Improving Measurement of radiation doses in Brachytherapy

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment September 28, 2019

Radiation therapy is used in over 50% of cancer treatments. Brachytherapy, a specific type of radiation therapy in which the radiation source is put inside the body, is commonly used for treatment of prostate and cervical cancer. Currently, there is no method to accurately measure the amount of radiation or dose that is absorbed by […]

Medical Professionals Learn Natural Remedies and Lifestyle Medicine (1 Month Training)

Medical Professionals Learn Natural Remedies and Lifestyle Medicine (1 Month Training)

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment September 26, 2019

Definitively, you need to come here. It will definitely change the way that I practice medicine. You need to live the experience ! I came to the Wildwood Medical Observer Program really to understand better how lifestyle medicine is practiced and get a better idea of the use of natural remedies. … the way a […]

reimagine Health: Michael Kruer, MD

reimagine Health: Michael Kruer, MD

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment September 23, 2019

“I’m Michael Kruer, associate professor here at the UA College of Medicine – Phoenix. I hope you can join us for the upcoming ‘reimagine health: Is My Fate in My Genes?’ research conference. This exciting symposium will bring together colleagues in precision medicine, genomics and the intersection of health and disease. There, I’ll be presenting […]

Pre-Medicine | Maryville University

Pre-Medicine | Maryville University

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment September 13, 2019

(logo chimes) Pre-medicine is a pre-professional program where we give you the foundation to pursue medical school. We have a curriculum that was specifically designed to accommodate and support an education in the natural and biological sciences. Our program features small class sizes, each taught by faculty with a PhD. You’ll form a tight-knit group […]

Why study a career in health and social care?

Why study a career in health and social care?

By Bryan Wright 6 Comments September 13, 2019

I’ve always wanted to help people. As a kid I remember taking care of my younger siblings whenever anyone was sick at home. I’ve been a community healthcare assistant for 4, nearly 5 years. I knew I wanted to stay in health and social care and I wanted to progress my career further. Nursing seemed […]