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UNM medical students 'immersed' in rural medicine training

UNM medical students 'immersed' in rural medicine training

By Luke Frank | July 21, 2016
More than 100 first-year University of New Mexico medical students are spending part of the summer in rural and underserved communities across New Mexico as part of a program that provides hands-on clinical training and could help address the state's physician shortages.
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Snakebite season in full swing, cautions NM Poison Center

Snakebite season in full swing, cautions NM Poison Center

By Luke Frank | July 13, 2016
For many, summer in New Mexico means months of outdoor adventures. It can also mean more encounters with poisonous snakes, according to the New Mexico Poison and Drug Information Center, which is offering some prevention and first-aid tips. The poison center managed 43 cases involving snakebites in 2015, and more than 20 cases so far this year.
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Healing power of art part of SRMC experience

Healing power of art part of SRMC experience

By Cindy Foster | May 18, 2016
UNM Sandoval Regional Medical Center wants to promote more New Mexican artists and their art. Since the hospital opened its doors in 2014, administrators have been working to fill the building’s hallways, walls and lobbies with local art donations, said Chief Operating Officer Jamie Silva.
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