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Medical Mission to Guayaquil, Ecuador 2016

              By: Nicole Linder, BS, CST, Berkeley College School of Health Studies

Everyday is a challenge, but we pushed through it. I got to scrub on many interesting procedures like a nephrectomy, bladder exstrophy with bilateral pelvic osteotomies. 116 more words

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Medical Mission to Guayaquil, Ecuador 2016

By: Joseph Charleman, Berkeley College Chair, Surgical Technologist and Surgical Processing Technician programs 

2/2/16- This was the second day of surgery. We started at 7 am and finished at 8 pm. 16 more words

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Medical Mission to Guayaquil, Ecuador 2016

By: Joseph Charleman, Berkeley College Chair, Surgical Technologist and Surgical Processing Technician programs 

2/1/16- Great day, we performed seven operations and had a great start. The team worked tirelessly and spirits are high! 56 more words

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Medical Mission to Guayaquil, Ecuador 2016

By: Nicole Linder, BS, CST, Berkeley College School of Health Studies

The day was definitely successful! We completed 6 procedures today. These trips are so great because you meet people you feel like you’ve known forever. 52 more words

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Medical Mission to Guayaquil, Ecuador 2016

By: Joseph Charleman, Berkeley College Chair, Surgical Technologist and Surgical Processing Technician programs

I am very excited to be leaving today on my Medical Mission to Ecuador, as the team will be departing from the Woodland Park campus. 51 more words

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Keywords in Medical Humanities and Health Studies at MLA 2016

I was thrilled to participate in the inaugural session of the new Medical Humanities and Health Studies forum at the MLA. Catherine Belling organized an invigorating lightning session on Keywords in the Medical Humanities and Health Studies. 1,242 more words

Vladimir Putin and other KGB-trained leaders have a "gunslinger's gait," researchers find

If you’re a top dog in Russia, you may have a distinctive walk—one that researchers are calling a “gunslinger’s gait” to reflect its theorized origin in the weapons-training manuals of the KGB. 268 more words