Archive for November, 2015

November 22, 2015

Humanitarianism and medicine

By Crystal Mendoza Crystal Mendoza (@crystalmendoza)

By Crystal A. Mendoza and Andrew M. Harrison Humanitarianism medicine stands apart from both academic and non-academic medicine. Although not mutually exclusive, humanitarianism medicine is one component of the larger field of humanitarianism: a vast conceptual construct of community that transcends individual civilizations and societies across time. On November 18, 2015, the Mayo Clinic Dolores […]

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November 19, 2015

WiSER Takes Off!

By Crystal Mendoza Crystal Mendoza (@crystalmendoza)

Women in Science and Engineering Research (WiSER) has one mission: To support the success of women in research by providing opportunities for career development, networking with women leaders, identifying strong mentors, and developing a meaningful community for women in biomedical research at Mayo Clinic. They are off to a great start! The group, founded by […]

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November 5, 2015

Profession ≠ Job

By Crystal Mendoza Crystal Mendoza (@crystalmendoza)

By: Thomas Mork, SPT What do you love about your profession? Is it seeing patients smile? Is it putting on your detective cap to figure out a disease? Or is it the sheer variety of the cases that you see every day? The fact is, if we go to work for one of these reasons, […]

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