1. Fu Wang

    Geriatrics: Raise and Falls

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    I had the opportunity to speak to 40 senior residents at the La Plata Senior Center in Durango about an issue that is dear to my heart: Falls Prevention. I spend total of 45 minutes at La Plata, my presentation itself lasted 15 minutes, I spend rest of the time...
  2. Warren Pettine

    Young Veterans Face Barriers to Care

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    This was published in the Denver Post: http://www.denverpost.com/opinion/ci_26787281/undefined?source=infinite He fell down the stairs and hit his head. The concussion cracked open the wall that, for two years, had kept in the red emotions and black memories from his deployment to Afghanistan. The young veteran’s parents and his friends had no...
  3. Oluwafunmilayo Ogunremi

    Diet, Obesity and Health Careers.

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    I have always been passionate about education. From my college days, to post-college graduation days to till today in medical school. For me when I found that we were going to be completing a community service project, it was a no-brainer that I wanted to be back in the classrooms...
  4. Emily Johnson

    The Activated Patient

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    I first heard the term “patient activation” at a conference about patient-centered medical homes during my first week of my rural rotation in Montrose, CO. Although I had never heard the term before, I quickly realized that it was a concept I had long been passionate about. The activated patient...
  5. Alexandra Ly

    Community Acquired Pneumonia

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    My community service learning project consisted of a presentation that I gave to doctors in the community. The topic of my talk was community acquired pneumonia. My audience was doctors, medical assistants, and receptionists in my office. My talk focused on how to diagnose CAP and how and where to...