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Organizations are looking at new models of care delivery, and doctors are key players in making sure the patients benefit.
At the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, those who want hands-on experience early in med school can join the Emergency Medicine Interest Group (EMIG).
An elderly patient has not eaten all day. The nurse asks him to take a few bites, but he refuses. Later that afternoon, a Companion Care Program volunteer enters the room and makes idle conversation.
Home might be where the heart is, but it doesn't have to be where you go to medical school.
As one of the top travel destinations in the United States, Los Angeles has plenty of popular tourist attractions. But the Hollywood Sign and Walk of Fame aren't the only iconic sights worth seeing.
Living in Los Angeles, where the average high temperature from December through March is 67 degrees, might seem different then where prospective and current students come from.
Los Angeles is famous for many things, including Hollywood, beaches, the incomparable food scene (LA was named the 'City of Breakfast' by The New York Times in 2016) and its traffic.
When Stanley Yuan began shadowing geriatrician Alison Moore, MD, MPH, FACP, during summers in college, he had just begun learning about geriatric medicine.
Recognizing that human health and sustainability are inextricably linked, UCLA Health and the David Geffen School of Medicine offer medical students numerous opportunities to get involved.