The University of Nevada School of Medicine's Student Outreach Clinics for this month have been announced for the following dates: a women's clinic will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. Sept. 21, and a general clinic will be from 8 a.m. to noon on Sept. 26.
First-year medical students, from left to right, Tessa Schwering, Jamie Botehlo, Kira Brooks, Katrina Cabradilla and Matthew Caley, at the White Coat Ceremony for the Class of 2013 at the University of Nevada School of Medicine.
"If we are now in the mid forties on a lot of indicators, among all the states, we probably at risk going farther down towards the 50 position." - Dean Ole Thienhaus of the University of Nevada School of Medicine on the fact that Nevada will be going backwards in terms of having sufficient licensed physicians by 2013.
Guests: Preparing the Physician Work Force: Dr. Ole Thienhaus, Dean of University of Nevada School of Medicine and Mitchell Forman, Dean of Medicine - Touro University Nevada (Scroll down to Sept. 9 program listing)
"We’re just getting started,” predicted John Packham, director of health policy research at the University of Nevada School of Medicine. (This article also appeared in the RGJ under the headline “Nevadans say Obama speech not likely to quell debate” on Sept. 10)
“Based on available data, Acanya Gel delivers levels of BPO into the skin comparable to the commercially available clindamycin-5% BPO gel products,” said one of the study’s authors, Dr. James Q. Del Rosso, Clinical Associate Professor (Dermatology) at the University of Nevada School of Medicine in Las Vegas and Director of the Dermatology Residency Program at Valley Hospital Medical Center, Las Vegas.
Dr. Ole Thienhaus, Dean of the University of Nevada School of Medicine, has dealt with similar cases in his career as a psychiatrist. (Scroll right on the video thumbnail clips to find Dr. Thienhaus. Thumbnails may take a minute to load.)
After a few years as chair of the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Nevada School of Medicine, Dr. Daniel Spogen's encouraging more students to become primary care doctors - up from one his first year, to 18 last year.
In addition, Dr. Gruzenski held several teaching positions, including supervisor of research at the Texas Research Institute, and professorships at University of Nevada School of Medicine, University of Texas Medical School, McGill University, University of Utah School of Medicine, and Idaho State University.
Kathleen M. Mahon is a clinical professor at the University of Nevada School of Medicine school and has been a practicing doctor for 49 years. She said 90 percent of her time is spent with children during her 40-hours of hospital work per week.
Lord of Host Community Center provides the space; Nevada Youth Alliance's Neighbor-to-Neighbor program writes grants; and the University of Nevada School of Medicine Department of Pediatrics provides Barangan and medical students who treat patients.
Ask the Doctor: Obesity and Diabetes
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Dr. Evan Klass, an endocrinologist with the University of Nevada School of Medicine, discusses the relationship between diabetes and obesity.
Chudacoff, a former professor at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston and an acknowledged expert nationally in minimally invasive surgery, became a faculty member with the University of Nevada School of Medicine, highlighting in a 2008 e-mail to his department chairman what he felt were "weaknesses in the training of residents" at University Medical Center.