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From the Dean: Investing in Indigenous students

Categories: From the Dean

Kudos to all the health sciences students who graduated this past weekend. As I mentioned last week, the time was filled with many happy events, including two commencement ceremonies (one for graduate and the other for undergraduate degrees), hooding events for the students from occupational therapy, physical therapy, and physician assistant studies, and receptions for […]

From the Dean: Happy Birthday INMED!

Categories: From the Dean

As I mentioned last week, all week long we’ve been celebrating the 50th anniversary of our renowned Indians Into Medicine (INMED) program – despite the snow! Since 1973, this first-of-its-kind program has helped produce more than 270 Indigenous physicians who otherwise might not have become doctors. That’s hundreds of physicians, and other health providers, who […]

Full slate of April events scheduled for INMED’s 50th anniversary

Categories: Events

In honor of its landmark 50th anniversary in 2023, the UND Indians Into Medicine (INMED) program is hosting a series of events this calendar year. April is an especially busy month, with events occurring in Grand Forks, N.D., and Minneapolis, Minn. Scheduling its local events around UND’s annual Time Out Wacipi Powwow on April 21-22, […]

Spring 2023 North Dakota Medicine now available

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The Spring 2023 issue of the SMHS quarterly magazine North Dakota Medicine is now available. Check it out now on paper or online! Feature Stories this issue include: The Next 50 Years – UND’s first-of-its-kind Indians Into Medicine program celebrates a half-century of cultivating Indigenous health providers. Rural Realizations – Tales from Tioga and Fort Totten about how rural […]

The next 50 years

Categories: News

UND’s first-of-its-kind Indians Into Medicine program celebrates a half-century of cultivating Indigenous health providers. Collecting her thoughts, Dr. Adriann Begay frowned slightly as she reflected on the challenge of being a health provider for the Navajo Nation in 2020 and 2021. “It was really, really stressful,” she sighed. Recalling the difficulty of those long months, […]

Rural Realizations

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Tales from Tioga and Fort Totten about how rural experiences changed the minds of some UND medical students. Medical students are assigned many rotations, or other clinical experiences, throughout their four years of medical school. For those in their first two years, opportunities for short shadowing experiences are available for a glimpse at a community […]

UND Indians Into Medicine program announces $1 million comprehensive campaign

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The Indians Into Medicine (INMED) program at the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences (SMHS) is kicking off a $1 million comprehensive campaign, the largest campaign of its kind for Indigenous medical education. “For nearly 50 years this program has led the nation in training Indigenous physicians,” said INMED Director Dr. Don Warne, referencing the […]

Dr. Daniel Henry

Categories: Welcome

Dr. Daniel Henry (Standing on Green Ground) is a citizen of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians. He earned his Doctor of Educational Leadership degree from Concordia University – Portland with a concentration in higher education administration. Dr. Henry is currently the Co-director for the Indians Into Medicine (INMED) Program at the University of […]

Warne given Helen Rodríguez-Trías Award for Social Justice from American Public Health Association

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Don Warne, M.D., M.P.H., director of the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences (SMHS) public health and Indians Into Medicine (INMED) programs and the School’s associate dean for diversity, equity, and inclusion, has been awarded the 2021 Helen Rodríguez-Trías Award for Social Justice from the American Public Health Association (APHA). “APHA joins your colleagues in recognizing […]