To read the PDF format of the Spring 2014-2015 edition of the Journal of the Student National Medical Association (JSNMA) in its entirety, please click on the following link: Click here for the Spring 2014-2015 JSNMA edition
On January 26, 2015, Carol Peckham of Medscape reported that in the current ‘Medscape Physician Lifestyle Report,’ the percent of all physicians reporting burnout increased from 40% in 2011 to 46% in 2015. To learn more and to access the ‘Medscape Physician Lifestyle Report,’ click here.
To read the PDF format of the Winter 2014-2015 edition of the Journal of the Student National Medical Association (JSNMA) in its entirety, please click on the following link: Click here for the Winter 2014-2015 JSNMA edition
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
On September 23, 2014, Jared Kaltwasser of HCP Live reported the top 10 most in demand physician specialties based off of Merritt Hawkins annual report. To learn more, click here.
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 […]
On June 16, 2014, Shari Margolese wrote an article in the Huffington Post about the importance of removing stigma and promoting testing for HIV with people in the United States. She made the case on why it is still imperative to get tested for HIV with the use of statistics if sexually active; regardless if you are in a […]
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 […]
Black women may get less protection than whites from the vaccines recommended for preventing human papillomavirus (HPV), which causes cervical cancer, a new study suggests. The currently available vaccines, Gardasil and Cervarix, don’t target the types of HPV infection found most often in black women, the study authors said. Experts have long believed that most […]
Breast cancer kills when rogue tumor cells spread through the bloodstream, squeezing through microscopic gaps to inundate organs until they fail. But what if that spread could be prevented, the cells left free-floating to be crushed in capillaries or to self-destruct instead? A team of researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, joined by entrepreneurs and […]