AUIS Medical Students Gain Practical Techniques Through Trauma Day

Gurneys were being wheeled in and the rhythmic sound of a heart monitor filled the room as nurses prepared a patient for to see a doctor. From gunshot wounds to patients that suffered from schizophrenia, all four beds, commonly known as bays, continued to be filled and replaced by other patients on Tuesday at Philadephia...
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Student Research in Medical School: AUIS Team Published Book Chapter

Ahmmed Ally, M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Physiology and Clinical Medicine, Oleksii Hliebov, M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Pharmacology and Clinical Medicine, Ms. Isabella Powell, a 4th Semester Medical Student, all from American University of Integrative Sciences (AUIS), School of Medicine in Barbados, and Ms. Minori M. Ally, a Pre-Medical student at the Department of Biomedical Sciences, University...
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Cell phones and cancer. Are you calling for a brain tumor later in life?

The use of cellular telephones has grown explosively over the past two decades in the United States.  Estimates as high as 300 million wireless subscribers here in the USA alone. Worldwide, there are 5 billion people using cell phones, and many are children and teenagers. Microwave exposure from the use of cellular telephones has been...
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Life Lessons in Medicine I. Office of the Provost, American University of Integrative Sciences, School of Medicine

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]There are powers inside of you which, if you could discover and use, would make you everything you ever dreamed or imagined you could become.  Orison Sweet Marden Have you ever questioned, how a group of students entering into a course of study, all on an equal footing, can have differences in outcomes? Specifically, meeting the requirements that...
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AUIS NORD Chapter Officially Launches

AUIS’s NORD Chapter launched in late 2017. AUIS School of Medicine student Harjot Randhawa was the catalyst behind this development and is the Founder and first President of this student chapter at AUIS. Below is an excerpt of his comments to AUIs Students and Staff from last year, Stay tuned for Harjot’s published article coming...
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White Coat Ceremony Welcomes New AUIS Students, Winter 2018

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_row_inner][vc_column_inner width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]The White Coat Ceremony at the American University of Integrative Sciences (AUIS), School of Medicine is an event that marks the official entry of newly admitted students into professional training. During the Ceremony, students receive their first white coats from distinguished faculty, a formal confirmation of the students’ commitment to professionalism, excellence, and compassion...
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Dr. Agnihotri: The Importance of a Low Student to Faculty Ratio in Medical School

From the Desk of Dr. Agnihotri Small class sizes and a commitment to 11:1 student-faculty ratio makes AUIS School of Medicine’s program truly unique. By allowing greater access to physical resources and learning opportunities, this extraordinary statistic directly translates into several valuable experiences: ·Positive attention and guidance from skilled instructors who because of the personal...
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New England Journal of Medicine Espouses EPA’s, in line with AUIS Curriculum Update

The New England Journal of Medicine this week released an article championing the need for competency-based education training in medical schools. CBME, Competency Based Medical Education, has been the desired direction of medical education for numerous institutions for decades, but often met resistance with assessing competency and developing the needed feedback loop between learner and...
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Alumni Spotlight – Dr. Tyler Sexton

Many alumni of USESOM and AUIS are involved in various volunteer efforts around the world. Dr. Tyler Sexton has hyberbaric clinics in Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, and Florida. He also has clinics on St. Eustatius, Barbados. Dr. Sexton also participates in medical missions. Summer 2017 he served on a trip to Brazil where they worked in...
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