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Education

Keeping your child home from daycare

July 15, 2016
How to know when your little one is too sick to leave the house

Shifting norms: Communication strategies during hospital shift changes

June 21, 2016
Working to make the hand-off of nursing care as seamless as possible

A new medical model: Patients who use their bodies to teach

June 7, 2016
Specially trained instructors teach students the fundamentals of a physical exam, with their own bodies

Nursing shortage shines light on faculty shortfall

May 9, 2016
As faculty shortage grows, so does nursing shortage. Texas A&M College of Nursing offers options for aspiring educators

Texas A&M works to address residency shortage in Texas

April 6, 2016
With fewer residency positions than graduates, physicians face uncertain futures

Expanding the health care workforce in Central Texas

March 29, 2016
Texas A&M College of Medicine receives $525,000 from St. David’s Foundation to grow the health care workforce in Central Texas

Partnering to expand pediatric training in Houston

March 10, 2016
Texas A&M College of Medicine collaborates with Kelsey-Seybold Clinic for pediatric education in Houston

Discovering doctors: How Texas A&M became a national leader of “holistic review”

January 28, 2016
The best scores mean the best physicians, right?

Through death, new life is found: The College of Medicine welcomes new anatomy lab

December 7, 2015
Where medical students meet their first patients: cadavers

Students excel during Aggies Invent: Pediatric Medical Applications

November 25, 2015

Dehydration is the second leading cause of death in infants, but what if a simple pacifier could prevent it? Student team DeHydraTect developed a dehydration-detecting pacifier during Aggies Invent: Pediatric Medical Applications.

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