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A culture of inclusiveness: Diversity matters in medical education

In the world of medicine, many on various committees and boards still believe diversity is not an issue. They think that a few seats at the table means that somehow we have all arrived and that the system is equal. That view is not only...

source: By Jonathan Ryan Batson
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On Oct. 25, the one-day fall histology forum took place in the Lake Union Seattle Area. The meeting was a great success hosting 60 attendees who networked and took part in an educational program with six one-hour sessions including everything from safety, to immunohistochemistry,...

source: NSH

Rubrics define standards of performance and are indispensable as an evaluation tool for educators and students alike. If your institution is not utilizing rubrics, the old saying "You don't know what you don't know" truly holds. Next Wednesday, join Joyce Sohrabian, HT(ASCP)...

source: NSH

Recent breakthroughs may pave the way for vaccines and new drugs for those infected by parasitic helminths. These flatworms, including tapeworms that cause hydatid diseases and neurocysticercosis, liver flukes, and blood flukes (schistosomes),...

source: Drug Discovery & Development

A chemical signature of Aspergillus fumigatus infection can be detected in patients' breath, according to a study published online Oct. 23 in Clinical Infectious Diseases. "These results provide proof-of-concept that direct detection of exogenous fungal metabolites in breath...

source: Medscape

Digoxin, a medication used in the treatment of heart failure, may be adaptable for the treatment of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, a progressive, paralyzing disease, suggests new research at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's...

source: Bioscience Technology

In the race for an Ebola vaccine, the clear front-runner is the virus, which is expected to spread to tens of thousands of people in the coming weeks. But new competitors are now gearing up for human trials, and eventually the tables could...

source: Forbes


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