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McMaster School of Nursing 16h
BScN students are now on stage for convocation
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McMaster School of Nursing 16h
561 nursing students from the nursing school consortium of McMaster and Conestoga and Mohawk colleges are receiving their degrees today. Watch live:
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McMaster Convocation 17h
Just a few of our many grads getting ready to cross the stage soon!
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NiagaraHealth 21h
Our own Julie Rubel earned her Master of Science in Nursing from , while working in Niagara Health’s geriatric assessment program. Congratulations to Julie and all the nurses who will receive their degrees today.
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McMaster University Faculty of Health Sciences 21h
Micah Zagala, who grew up here in , is the valedictorian at today's convocation for the School of Nursing. Here's why she chose McMaster, her advice for future nursing students, and what's next. |
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McMaster University Faculty of Health Sciences 22h
Congratulations to the new graduates from McMaster University's School of Nursing celebrating spring convocation today. Watch the ceremony live starting at 2:30 p.m.: . |
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McMaster University May 21
As easy as stirring milk and sugar in a coffee – Mac researcher describes groundbreaking solution to transporting vaccines. |
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McMaster University Faculty of Health Sciences May 21
Replying to @MacHealthSci
This necessity places a tremendous financial and logistical burden on vaccination programs, particularly in the developing world. The development of thermally stable vaccines can greatly alleviate this problem and, in turn, increase vaccine accessibility worldwide.
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McMaster University Faculty of Health Sciences May 21
Replying to @MacHealthSci
Most currently available vaccines, particularly live vaccines, require the cold chain, as vaccine efficacy can be significantly hampered if they are not stored in a temperature range of 2 to 8 °C at all times. |
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McMaster University Faculty of Health Sciences May 21
A study led by Carlos Filipe (Engineering) in collaboration with the Miller Lab and Ashkar Lab has found a simple approach that allows thermo-sensitive vaccines to be converted into thermo-stable vaccines that do not require refrigeration. |
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Owen Luo May 21
It is an honour to have the opportunity to address the Faculty of Health Science community as valedictorian on May 23rd. I can't wait to celebrate the collective achievements of the Class of 2019, and use my words to spirit us along into a as a proud .
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McMaster University Faculty of Health Sciences May 21
It's a special week as we celebrate spring convocation for our School of Nursing on Wednesday, and for the Faculty of Health Sciences on Thursday. Full story here: . |
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McMaster University Faculty of Health Sciences May 21
Documentary about May Cohen, a McMaster University professor emerita of family medicine and pioneer for the rights of women, wins the People's Choice Award at the 2019 Toronto Jewish Film Festival. |
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Fundacja_PFN May 19
We invite you to watch a video of the meeting with the phenomenal giving a special address on the story of conquering asthma.
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@MacMODR May 20
Check out & Kevin Foley from discuss how gut microbes play a role in health and disease, impacting everything from mental health to metabolic function tonight at the Redchurch Cafe
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Waël Hanna May 17
"New technique for minimally invasive lung cancer surgery -- ultrasonic device safe, effective" Results of our PA-ACE trial presented by at via
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Matt Kwan May 17
New publication of a co-curricular program developed with - an intervention using novel movement skill activities to help students maintain PA during the transition into 1st yr university
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Matt Kwan May 17
Here is the article from MacDailyNews about the program.
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McMaster GHO May 17
YMCA Women of Excellence: GH student Serena Tejpar is a resilient survivor
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McMaster Surgery May 17
Study in JAMA Opthamology shows that common online symptom checkers often mislead patients with eye problems. McMaster Ophthalmology resident, Dr. Carl Shen, is the lead author on this study. Click here to read more!
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