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J. Wayne and Delores Barr Weaver Simulation Center in Florida

Learning through experience: Simulation in education

Simulation is used across Mayo Clinic to give students authentic hands-on experiences that represent the challenges of patient care. The simulations help students learn to identify ideal clinical management decisions and see the future implications for patients.

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Mayo Clinic clinician-researcher focuses on research in community practice to create real outcomes
Alumni, Featured, Patient Care, Research

Mayo Clinic clinician-researcher focuses on research in community practice to create real outcomes

January 17, 2023

It's a Catch-22. You can't improve community practice without evidence-based research, but it's challenging to incorporate research into a busy primary care practice. And there's a scarcity of researchers devoted to primary care.

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Mayo International Health scholarships support global rotations for Mayo Clinic learners
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Mayo International Health scholarships support global rotations for Mayo Clinic learners

January 12, 2023

Mayo International Health Program scholarships help residents and fellows pursue elective rotations to learn from and assist in providing medical care to international locations where community resources are limited.

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Physician scientist-in-training studies the route from well-being to being well
Featured, Mayo Clinic Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Research

Physician scientist-in-training studies the route from well-being to being well

December 29, 2022

Throughout her training to become an M.D.-Ph.D. physician-scientist, Catherine “Kit” Knier has been interested in wide-ranging approaches that improve health. But during the Ph.D. component of her education in Mayo Clinic Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, her research turned to an unexpected topic: a scientific study of happiness and resilience.

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Residents and fellows find ways to prioritize exercise and wellness to address burnout
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Residents and fellows find ways to prioritize exercise and wellness to address burnout

December 15, 2022

Burnout is real and increasing in health care. A group of residents at Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education is one of several teams across Mayo Clinic working to address burnout by prioritizing exercise and wellness.

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Stethoscope Ceremony marks rite of passage for first-year medical students in Arizona and Minnesota
Events, Featured, Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine

Stethoscope Ceremony marks rite of passage for first-year medical students in Arizona and Minnesota

November 10, 2022

First-year students at Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine in Arizona and Minnesota participated in a Stethoscope Ceremony on Nov. 5, in a rite of passage that marks the start of the students' path to medicine.

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Graduate students celebrate journey to becoming a scientist at Mayo Clinic Student Research Symposium
Events, Featured, Mayo Clinic Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Research

Graduate students celebrate journey to becoming a scientist at Mayo Clinic Student Research Symposium

September 28, 2022

Mayo Clinic Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences brought together more than 300 students from across the organization in early September for its annual Student Research Symposium.

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Student researcher teaches biomedical community about blindness – and life
Featured, Mayo Clinic Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Research

Student researcher teaches biomedical community about blindness – and life

September 19, 2022

Charlotte Brown has been visually impaired since birth and blind since age 14. As a scientist-in-training, she faces her research goals with the same approach as all the other activities she loves to do. "I run on a full tank of stubbornness, always," she says.

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Mayo medical student advocates for greater cultural sensitivity regarding clothing in the OR
Featured, Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine, Patient Care

Mayo medical student advocates for greater cultural sensitivity regarding clothing in the OR

September 14, 2022

Rewan Abdelwahab, a medical student at Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine, saw a need for change to make clothing guidelines in the operating room more inclusive. She decided to do something about it.

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College students share how innovative program fueled their interest in clinical research
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College students share how innovative program fueled their interest in clinical research

September 2, 2022

A 10-week summer program at Mayo Clinic in Florida is giving Florida State University students a taste of clinical research and helping them decide if they want to pursue careers in health care.

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Neurology residents at Mayo Clinic in Arizona make a difference in real-world clinics as part of their curriculum

Neurology residents provide care to underserved areas

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M.D.-Ph.D. student's pathway to permanent residency

Where are they now? Juan Rojas-Cabrera, Above and Beyond winner, enters new phase as M.D.-Ph.D. student