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New Indian frat fixes and donates computers

Delta Epsilon Psi makes it mark through philanthropy

New South Asian frat fixes and donates computers

Delta Epsilon Psi makes it mark through philanthropy

Mannequins prepare future healthcare providers

Dressed in green scrubs and white sneakers, Luke Stokes enters the seven-bed medical-surgical wing and prepares for surgery.

New course on minority healthcare to be offered

The largest minority in the United States is still growing, but so are healthcare disparities. Cultural differences, language barriers and immigration are some of the issues causing havoc on the mental health of Hispanic communities in the United States, University of Miami nursing professors say.

Nursing students hold clothing drive

The Nursing Students Association (NSA) is collecting new and used clothing as part of the Jackson Psychiatric & Camillus House Clothes Drive through March 12.

Project Medishare students from UM helping out in Hurricane-ravaged Haiti

Last month, 20 nursing, medical and surgical students administered immunizations, performed house visits, screen tests and assisted volunteer doctors in cleft lip and palette surgeries through Project Medishare, a nonprofit organization that has partnered with UM’s Miller School of Medicine.
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