Friday, January 13, 2017

UMHS Graduate Speaks on Residency & Medical School Life


UMHS graduate Dr. Rena Sukhdeo, will give a talk to the UMHS student population on residency and medical school life. Faculty are welcome too.
Dr Sukhdeo entered the UMHS ARP (pre-med) program in January 2012 and matched in Neurology in March 2016.  Congratulations!
Come hear her talk and say hello on Saturday January 14, 2017 at 2:00 pm in the St. Kitts campus Auditorium.

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Thursday, April 11, 2013

Caribbean Medical Education: Experience of a UMHS Graduate


We are pleased to announce that UMHS graduate, Dr. Larry McMann will hold a special presentation on Friday, April 12th from 3:00 – 4:00 PM, in the Auditorium.

The title of the presentation is “Offshore Medical Education”. Dr. McMann will walk you through his journey which includes clinical rotations and securing a residency spot.

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Monday, February 08, 2010

Student's Videomicrography Work Recognized

The Scientist 2009 Video Awards, an annual international competition of the life sciences magazine The Scientist, has honored the videomicrography work of Arjumond Khan (currently studying medicine at UMHS-SK) and Benjamin Woodhouse.
The two students conducted their work in videomicrography as part of their senior research project at Western Connecticut State University. Their video captures the microscopic time-lapse progression of the life cycle of the slime mold species Dictyostelium discoideum.
The video was named one of three runners-up in the competition's Individual Category division.

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Tuesday, February 24, 2009

UMHS-SK Student Publishes Research on Cost-Benefit Analysis of HPV Vaccine

Smita Prasad MPH, first year UMHS-SK medical student, has published her research findings along with co-author Raymond Hill DrPH MPA.

"The objective of this study was to determine the cost-efficiency of vaccinating against Human Papillomavirus (HPV) in Medicaid enrolled females of the Appalachian region of Kentucky (n=49,411 females) aged 12 to 25 years, versus paying for the treament of cervical cancer cases (n=643 cases) within this population later in life."

The study demonstrated that such a prevention plan is cost-efficient and that over time, as the vaccinated population ages, an actual cost saving will be recognized.

Prasda SR, Hill R. A cost-benefit analsis on the HPV vaccine in Medicaid-enrolled females of the Appalachian region of Kentucky. Kentucky Med Assoc J.June 2008;106:271-276. Full text of the article is available in the library.
Click for most information on Cervical Cancer , Statistics Facts Sheet & CDC 2007 National Immunization Survey Data.

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