1. Convocation address by Dr. Griffin Rodgers

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    Dr. Griffin Rodgers, a brilliant researcher and the current Director of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK)–one of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), offers six lessons for the MD Class of 2015 at the Convocation Ceremony for the University of Hawai`i John A. Burns School of Medicine. Dr. Rodgers is widely recognized for his contributions to the development of the first effective — and now FDA approved — therapy for sickle cell anemia.

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    • JABSOM 2015 Convocation Slideshow

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      The MD Class of 2015 celebrated at Convocation on May 17, by showing a video highlighting its four years at the John A. Burns School of Medicine. Enjoy!

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      • Graduation Day 2015

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        This video is about Graduation Day 2015

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        • Hawaii H.O.M.E Project

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          University of Hawai`i medical student volunteers of the John A. Burns School of Medicine, assisted by MD faculty, have served the medical and wellness needs of Hawai`i’s homeless populations since 2005, through the Hawai‘i Homeless Outreach and Medical Education (H.O.M.E.) Project. Medical services provided at mobile health clinics three times a week in communities throughout O`ahu include care for acute and chronic health problems, preventive services, health counseling, vaccines, and free medications for those without insurance. In addition to the clinics, the H.O.M.E. Project also sponsors Keiki Halloween carnivals, Keiki Christmas parties, Mother’s Day gifts, a homeless teen mentoring program, and an annual school supplies drive in support of the health and well-being of this growing community. Learn more at hawaiihomeproject.org Our video by journalist Amanda Shell includes interviews with MD students and a homeless patient during a clinic in Kaka`ako.

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          • H.O.M.E. Project

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            University of Hawai`i medical student volunteers of the John A. Burns School of Medicine, assisted by MD faculty, have served the medical and wellness needs of Hawai`i’s homeless populations since 2005, through the Hawai‘i Homeless Outreach and Medical Education (H.O.M.E.) Project. Medical services provided at mobile health clinics three times a week in communities throughout O`ahu include care for acute and chronic health problems, preventive services, health counseling, vaccines, and free medications for those without insurance. In addition to the clinics, the H.O.M.E. Project also sponsors Keiki Halloween carnivals, Keiki Christmas parties, Mother’s Day gifts, a homeless teen mentoring program, and an annual school supplies drive in support of the health and well-being of this growing community. Learn more at www.hawaiihomeproject.org Our video by journalist Amanda Shell includes interviews with MD students and a homeless patient during a clinic in Kaka`ako.

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            • Why Hawai`i's Medical School Matters

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              Appreciating the campus' evolution, and its contribution to the people of Hawai'i Nei, in the year the University of Hawai'i celebrates the 50th anniversary of legislation allowing its creation. We hear from a statewide health care system executive, an MD, and a future MD...all of whom live JABSOM's promise ever day. Learn more about us at jabsom.hawaii.edu/news-media/uh-med-now/

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              • John A. Burns School of Medicine students find their match

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                The University of Hawaii at Manoa John A. Burns School of Medicine class of 2015 receive their residency assignments on Match Day.

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                • UH Med Seniors share pre-MATCH thoughts

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                  We catch up with this year's graduating MD students as they get much needed massages during a Complementary and Alternative Medicine Department Shiatsu Class. But then we stress them out again by asking about this Friday's Match! Video by Tina Shelton, editor Amanda Shell, University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine

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                  • Hawaii News Now: University of Hawaii Medical School Ranked Among US 20 Best Medical Schools

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                    A clip from Hawaii News Now about the #19 in the US "Best Medical Schools 2016" Ranking for the John A. Burn School of Medicine in US News & World Report.

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                    • Pre Match Day Advice

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                      This video is about Match Day 2015. After months of preparation, intense interviews at various post-graduate training programs across the country, selecting their top three program choices, and a critical selection process; the Class of 2015 medical students are feverishly anticipating the early morning of March 20 — the day they get to peel open an envelope beholding their “match,” or post-graduate Residency Training Program where they will work the next three to eight years as MDs under faculty supervision, and learning a specialty. Each year, a computer at the National Residency Matching Program couples “matching” students with one of their top three post-graduate program choices The wait leading up to Match Day can be incredibly stressful. Class of 2015 JABSOM medical student, Austin Nakatsuka, shares some pre-Match Day advice for keeping calm. Austin Nakatsuka has already experienced Match Day, because future ophthalmologists open their envelopes a few weeks earlier in the year. Nakatsuka, matched into the Ophthalmology Residency program at The University of Texas Medical Branch, offers HIS advice.

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