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Dr. Wynne to discuss leadership at UND’s 18:83 speaker series on March 13

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Dr. Joshua Wynne, dean of the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences (SMHS) and vice president for health affairs at UND, will be UND’s 18:83 Speaker Series presenter on Wednesday, March 13. Dr. Wynne is a senior physician executive with strong leadership, academic, and administrative skills, and extensive experience in multiple aspects of academic […]

Leaders today and tomorrow

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SMHS students across programs engage with their professions through multiple student interest groups. Health career graduate programs – like medicine, physical therapy, and occupational therapy – all have inclusive, well-rounded curricula to prepare students for their future careers. Involvement in student interest organizations can enhance learning experiences by connecting classroom work with hands-on experiences or […]

Gold Humanism Honor Society host Induction Ceremony recognizing 11 students, 3 faculty

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The UND chapter of the Gold Humanism Honor Society (GHHS) held an Induction Ceremony and Banquet at the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences on July 13. At the event, keynote speaker Dr. Jon Allen and his fellow chapter advisors Dr. Charles Christianson and Dr. John Hagen helped induct several faculty, resident, and student […]

Henneman, McHugo, Schindler complete leadership training

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Three UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences faculty recently completed programs that will enhance their leadership at the School. Jeanie McHugo, Ph.D., PA-C, chair of the Department of Physician Assistant Studies, recently completed the process to become a Certified Master of The Leadership Challenge (TLC) via iLead Consulting. Per the information on the TLC […]

From the (Assistant) Dean

Categories: From the Dean

This week’s “From the Dean” column is brought to you by Patrick Carr, Ph.D., the School’s assistant dean for medical curriculum, who will discuss facilitating leadership in medical students and unmasking the “hidden curriculum.” As another academic year begins, our thoughts are focused on helping our incoming students on their road to mastering the skills, […]