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Global Health Looks To BRAC And Gates Foundation For Mobile Money

On November 29, 2014, Nicole Fisher of Forbes reported that Bangladesh is moving toward adopting mobile money, which  BRAC and the Gates Foundation report “could improve the economic and health outcomes of the country, especially of women and children.” To learn more, click here.

The Fall Edition of the 2014 Journal of the Student National Medical Association is here!

The Fall Edition of the 2014 Journal of the Student National Medical Association is here!

To read the PDF format of the Fall 2014 edition of the Journal of the Student National Medical Association (JSNMA) in its entirety, please click on the following link: Click here for the Fall 2014 JSNMA edition

Obama tells global health officials: After Ebola, ‘we have to do better.’

On September 26, 2014, Juliet Eilperin of The Washington Post reported that President Barak Obama met with a group of health officials from various countries to discuss how to strengthen defense against future epidemics in light of the devastating Ebola outbreak. To learn more, click here.

The Summer Edition of the 2014 Journal of the Student National Medical Association is here!

The Summer Edition of the 2014 Journal of the Student National Medical Association is here!

To read the PDF format of this edition which is on Global Health, please click on the following link: Click here for the Summer 2014 JSNMA edition.

The Underreported Side of the Ebola Crisis

On September 6, 2014, Rose Ann DeMoro of The Huffington Post reported that the media has failed to report significant context related to the Ebola outbreak including how “the climate crisis, global inequality, maldistribution of wealth, and austerity-driven cuts in public services” all contribute to the situation. To learn more, click here.

Circumcision Does Cut HIV Risk in Africa

On July 21, 2014, The Daily Beast reported new research which suggests that the notion that increase circumcision in males could possibly encourage sexual risk practices is flawed. Though studies have shown reduction of contracting HIV by as much as 60 percent, there was a sense of fear by some that it could possibly give the wrong […]

MAPS Minutes Spring 2014 Edition has been published!!!

MAPS Minutes Spring 2014 Edition has been published!!!

Click here to find the MAPS Minutes “Spring Edition” April 2014 Issue   Dear MAPS Family, It is hard to believe that the academic year has come to a close in the 50th administration of the Student National Medical Association with the theme, “50 Years, One Mission Diversifying the Face of Medicine.” The MAPS & […]

2013-2014 LMSA/SNMA Residency Guide!!!

2013-2014 LMSA/SNMA Residency Guide!!!

Dear LMSA and SNMA, Since 2007, the LMSA has produced an incredibly informative residency guide and distributed it to its members at the LMSA national conference. This guide has evolved throughout the years but has always maintained the goal of furthering the success of all medical school students with particular focus on the challenges Latino […]

Winter 2013-14 JSNMA is here!!! -  Humanism in Medicine edition

Winter 2013-14 JSNMA is here!!! – Humanism in Medicine edition

Season’s Greetings and Happy New Year! There is much to celebrate and reflect on for this season: being thankful, being generous, celebrating family traditions, and embracing the new year. This season is also an opportunity to reflect on what it means to have humanism in medicine. William Osler stated: “Let us know what kinds of people have a […]

Bird flu vaccine developed by Chinese researchers

Bird flu vaccine developed by Chinese researchers

Chinese researchers have developed a vaccine for a deadly strain of the bird flu virus in anticipation of a potential epidemic in the coming winter months, state news agency Xinhua reported Saturday. Shu Yuelong, director of the Chinese National Influenza Center, said that a vaccine passed tests on ferrets and has been approved for human […]