Gold Humanism Honor Society
The School of Medicine chapter of the Gold Humanism Honor Society celebrated its 15th class of honorees into the medical organization recognizing excellence in clinical care, leadership, compassion and dedication to service. More >>
Teaching Lasting Lessons
UMKC School of Medicine faculty are bringing learning alive to help students find depth and meaning in their studies. More
The School of Medicine’s Gold Humanism Honor Society welcomed the 2018 class of inductees during its annual induction ceremony on Jan. 20 at Diastole. It is the 15th consecutive year…
Waldman’s wealth of textbooks fills needs in practice, education “HE WROTE THE BOOK ON THAT” usually is a figure of speech. But when it comes to diagnosing, treating and managing…
The UMKC School of Medicine has announced that Brian Carter, M.D., will serve as the next William T. and Marjorie Sirridge Professor in Medical Humanities. Carter joined the School of…
School of Medicine Dean Steven Kanter, M.D., is pleased to announce that E. Nathan Thomas, previously the chief diversity officer for the University of Kansas, has joined the School of…
Three students from the School of Medicine received their degrees and participated in the UMKC Mid-Year Commencement Ceremony on Dec. 16 at Swinney Recreation Center. Apurva Bhatt and Claire Smith…
Two medical students, a man and a woman, are asked why they wanted to study medicine. “Because doctors can save lives and help heal wounds,” he replies. For her, being…
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