UCI medical students participate in dramatic ceremony to see where they’ll serve residencies
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A team of UCI medical students led by sophomore Soe Thein has received the 2016…
Graduating medical students learn where they’ll serve their residencies
Yale grad is pursuing his degree at UCI because of its multifaceted approach to the future of healthcare.
It’s not out of the ordinary for medical students to spend their summers abroad working in clinics and gaining invaluable experience. But a UC Irvine cohort has an additional mission: sharing their knowledge of portable technologies that will transform how medicine is practiced.
More than 200 medical, osteopathic and physician assistant students from 14 schools around the state streamed into the Medical Education Building May 20 to be trained in a technology that UCI faculty believe will be an important part of medicine’s future – portable ultrasound.
They entered the UC Irvine School of Medicine with dreams of making a difference someday, five eager students armed with distinctive skills, talents and experiences they hoped could be used to improve human health. They saw their dreams come into focus on Match Day, March 16, when they learned where they will start their careers as doctors.
The UC Irvine Program in Geriatrics has instituted an innovative live theater performance that highlights the dos and don’ts of patient care for older adults.
On Aug. 5, 104 members of UCI’s School of Medicine class of 2015 received their first physician’s white coat, the first steps on the shared road to becoming doctors. The paths that brought these students to this juncture, however, differ significantly. Each brings a variety of life experiences, talents and backgrounds that will enrich the medical school experience.