Ryan Mals and Pavan Angadi (pictured) - two of the students profiled in a 2012 HSC TV feature on UNM's BA/MD program – are part of the latest BA/MD cohort to graduate from the UNM School of Medicine.
When CPR is administered within the first minute on a person undergoing sudden cardiac arrest, chances of survival increase exponentially. Renay Silva, a UNM CPR instructor, explains how training drills can prepare the campus community to help save lives.
UNM Hospital dietitian Maureen Maher, RD, explains how mindful eating will help prevent you from overindulging in sweet treats this Valentine's Day and the rest of the year.
Pharmacy students at UNM are getting practical skills to help prepare them for their professional roles in health care.
UNM's College of Pharmacy, College of Nursing and School of Medicine shared their knowledge and expertise during a recent disaster exercise simulating an anthrax attack.
Art from a patient's perspective is the focus of a new exhibit at the UNM Hospital. "Healing for the time-being," showcases art by nine New Mexican former and current patients.
The World Health Organization says we are consuming excessive added sugars from processed foods and beverages. A UNM nutrition educator explains how the new recommendations can help the sugar detective in you avoid these hidden sugars.
The UNM Health Sciences Library Informatics Center is the first academic health sciences library in the U.S. to provide access to all its information using the search engine WorldCat Discovery. Users can also access information from other libraries both on and off campus.
Graduate student Anna White wants to make a big difference in the lives of women in underserved communities. After completing her education as a nurse-midwife at UNM's College of Nursing, Anna plans to give back to her community in Santa Fe by empowering pregnant mothers.
The UNM Cancer Center is among elite company, becoming one of just 42 cancer centers to receive 'comprehensive' status from the National Cancer Institute.
Advanced practice nursing students at the UNM College of Nursing are learning new skills that will not only open up new career opportunities but will help address a big health care challenge in New Mexico – a critical shortage of primary care providers.
About 400 middle and high school students got an inside look at the UNM Health Sciences Center’s state-of-the-art research facilities, simulations labs and other academic programs. The open house – organized by the UNM School of Medicine – gave students a glimpse of the kind of training and career opportunities that await, should they pursue medical education at UNM.