The Summer Undergraduate Research Program pays off: notes from an awards banquet.

The Summer Undergraduate Research Program pays off: notes from an awards banquet.

The results of a summer of demanding scientific work came to fruition on October 26 when the MCPHS Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) participants displayed their results at the program’s poster presentation and awards banquet.  … More
MCPHS turns focus on the patient-centered care for the LGBTQ community.

MCPHS turns focus on the patient-centered care for the LGBTQ community.

One of the most important commitments that healthcare providers make is to create a welcoming and inclusive environment for their patients. On October 17, MCPHS hosted a panel discussion focusing on best practices when working with members of the LGBTQ community.  … More
In October, we wear pink: MCPHS Dental Hygiene students raise awareness for breast cancer.

In October, we wear pink: MCPHS Dental Hygiene students raise awareness for breast cancer.

October has long commanded a traditional palette of orange and black; but recently, another color has come to symbolize the month: pink. All through October, MCPHS University dental hygiene students and faculty demonstrated their commitment to fighting breast cancer in kind. … More
The next generation of public health has arrived: MCPHS’s Summer Public Health Immersion Program logs another success.

The next generation of public health has arrived: MCPHS’s Summer Public Health Immersion Program logs another success.

The 2017 Summer Public Health Immersion program brought more than eighty high school students to MPCHS for three days of intensive learning, collaboration, and empowerment. Hailing from thirteen states and two Canadian provinces, the attendees arrived with their passion, and left with a new way of looking at the world. … More
From the Battlefield to the Clinical Field: Meet Scott Orrahood, EM PA-C

From the Battlefield to the Clinical Field: Meet Scott Orrahood, EM PA-C

We sat down with Scott Orrahood, MPAS, assistant professor and physical examination course coordinator in the School of Physician Assistant Studies–Boston, to talk about his experience in the U.S. Army. … More
Ready to respond: the MCPHS community faces the opioid epidemic.

Ready to respond: the MCPHS community faces the opioid epidemic.

MCPHS is taking steps to ensure that students, faculty, and staff are trained to recognize and respond to opioid related medical emergencies wherever they happen. Every week, a new group of students, faculty, and staff gather in White Hall on the Boston campus to learn how to administer naloxone, an opioid antagonist which can reverse the effects of an overdose and potentially save a life.  … More

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SURF Summer Program Pays Off

SURF Summer Program Pays Off

The results of a summer of demanding scientific work came to fruition on October 26 when the MCPHS Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) participants displayed their results at the program’s poster presentation and awards banquet. 

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