A Call to Action: The Unified Front of #Students_Against_COVID

“Beyond borders, beyond languages, and beyond our differences students across the world have united with a common purpose to serve and create a positive impact. With over 1000 students comprising more than 90+ countries, #Students_Against_COVID, a grassroots movement has served as the cornerstone for creation, purpose, fulfillment and fostered collaborations throughout the world allowing students to join forces in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.” by Leah Sarah Peer

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Peer Med, Serving Humanity with Medicine: A Podcast by Leah Sarah Peer

A student-led initiative, the Peer Med podcast intertwines medicine, an ever changing science of diagnosis and treatment, with conversations about issues in healthcare where lives are on the line. Due to the fashionable focus of medical education on biology, pathology and disease there has been a reduced emphasis on the social determinants of health. As such physicians lack an empathetic character understanding the human aspect of medicine and in this, fail to communicate effectively rendering patients dissatisfied with care.

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“The Five C’s” Dr. Georgette A. Dent, 2014 Commencement Address at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine

This week, Dr. Georgette A. Dent, Associate Dean for Student Affairs at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine

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“Timelessness in the Ever-Changing Medical Field” Dr. Abraham Verghese, 2014 Commencement Address at the Stanford University School of Medicine

Dr. Abraham Verghese, critically acclaimed author and widely respected clinician, is now featured in the Medical Commencement Archive. Dr. Verghese’s

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