PCOM Georgia students taught the life-saving technique to undergraduates at Georgia State University as part of a national event.
The GA-PCOM medical student is spending two months in Washington, DC working on healthcare and higher education policies.
PCOM students participate in painting, music and poetry as narrative medicine realizes the increasing role of arts in medical education.
Prior to starting medical school, Ms. Shin resolved to be a physician who gives back to the community through mentorship and education.
The January 25 event will include information sessions for students interested in academic programs at the Suwanee and Moultrie, Georgia locations.
As a former chef, Weir explores ways to integrate food and nutrition in her medical education and community outreach.
Patience A. Mason, MEd, will oversee student activities, academic support, counseling and more for all PCOM locations.
Twenty-four student doctors from GA-PCOM worked alongside nursing and EMT students as Georgia Gwinnett College staged Trauma Day.
Doctor of pharmacy and osteopathic medicine students donned the traditional white coat in the formal ceremonies.