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We all wake up some mornings feeling jaded. Most of us reach points in our careers when we ponder whether the exhaustion and long hours are worth it, if we should change direction and settle into an occupation that’s less totally consuming. Peter Lee, a 2012 graduate of Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine (he was selected as class speaker by his peers) and current ER resident at New Jersey’s Morristown Medical Center, follows a simple philosophy to help smooth out the work week’s rough edges: balance. Specifically, a balance of medicinal intellect, spiritual consolation and personal fulfillment.
TouroCOM dean, Dr. Goldberg, and TouroCOM students Raphael Jaramillo OMS-I, Johanna Javier OMS-I, Ali Abdallah OMS-II, Hunter Vincent OMS-I, Theo Youn OMS-I, Oday Abdallah OMS-III and Eva Li OMS-II attended DO Day on the Hill. Some of the students shared their thoughts on DO Day.
Getting ready for a career in surgery or emergency medicine? Then enter the Cadaver Lab, an annual event for third and fourth year students to TouroCOM students attended the NJRMEC Cadaver Lab which is intended to discuss and practice different procedures.
Touro’s Colleges of Pharmacy and Osteopathic Medicine always have a multi-cultural flare. But yesterday, you could really see it, even taste it.SNPhA (Student National Pharmaceutical Association) and SHA (Student Health Alliance) collaborated to host International Day at the College of Pharmacy and College of Osteopathic Medicine. Raising funds for their respective organizations the event also helps to promote cultural awareness. And who doesn’t like to taste new dishes from around the world and see a fashion show of native wear (or dress up in your native country’s dress)