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April is #StressAwarenessMonth!

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Stress Awareness Month has been recognized every April since 1992. Learning to cope with our stress and finding healthy ways to deal with these situations can go a long way in living a healthy and positive life. Remember to Practice the Big Three Stress Reducers! 1. DIET: Eat a diet full of fresh foods that […]

Odds and Ends: Campus Connection, Achieve, mental health

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Campus Connection: It is the student’s responsibility to keep Campus Connection updated at all times. Your phone number and address should reflect your current residence. If your information is outdated, information will still be sent to the address on file. When you are prompted to check on your campus connection status, please do so as soon […]

Naslund to serve as ‘western’ wellness advocate for SMHS students

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Dr. Melissa Naslund has been hired to serve as the “western” wellness advocate for SMHS students, specifically third- and fourth-year students. The UND Departments of Family & Community Medicine and Psychiatry & Behavioral Science has announced the hiring of Dr. Melissa Naslund as “western” wellness advocate for UND medical students. Dr. Naslund is a Ph.D.-level […]

Sanford Sons and Daughters program

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The Sanford Sons & Daughters Program provides support to current Sanford Health employees, as well as to family members of current Sanford employees in physician training, who have been accepted into medical school or who are currently in medical school, residency, or fellowship. Sons & Daughters gives participants a meaningful learning experience during physician training, as […]

Know your Acronyms: FSMB, NBME, USMLE

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The Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB) and the National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME) co-sponsor the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE). The USMLE (or the step exams) consists of a three-step examination, which students must successfully pass as a criterion for graduation and medical licensure. Although there has been talk of the Step-1 […]

Odds & Ends: Remote access and staying social

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Information Resources has set up a page dedicated to Remote Access to help you through this unique time. If you need assistance setting up Remote Access, contact Information Resources at 701.777.5046 or its@med.UND.edu. On a related note, as you know, social distancing has become the new normal around the world. When we abide by the […]

Dates and Deadlines

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Look for information on upcoming registration deadlines, which will be sent to your student email account in June. Also, don’t forget that start dates for the next academic year have been moved up to earlier in the year! MS1 begins July 6, 2020; MS2 begins July 27, 2020; and MS3 and MS4 begin June 29, […]

Exceptional Preceptor

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Has your preceptor gone above and beyond in sharing their time, experience, knowledge, or wisdom? If so, we would like to recognize them in Grand Rounds! Send an email about your time with an exceptional preceptor to the Office of Student Affairs & Admissions and we will recognize them in our newsletter.

Odds and Ends: New UND wireless networks

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University Information Technology (UIT) is pleased to announce three new wireless networks: UND Open, UND Guest, and UND Secured. The new wireless networks will provide a better login and wireless access user experience. The current wireless networks, UND and UND Secure will no longer be available after Feb. 14, 2020. UND faculty, student, and staff […]

Know your acronyms

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The Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB) and the National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME) co-sponsor the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE). The USMLE (or the step exams) consists of three “step” examinations which students must successfully pass as a criterion for graduation and medical licensure.