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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.
Medical students stay busy throughout their time at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, but on the occasional day off, it's fun to check out hot spots in Los Angeles and southern California.
After four demanding and rewarding years of medical school, graduation is an exciting time as students prepare to move on to the next stage of their medical careers.
As a medical student, it's essential to have a couple of different prime spots for studying, whether it's just for a few hours or for a whole day.
Medical students don't always have time to travel far for fun, but they can take a break from schoolwork and show their UCLA school pride by attending one of the many Bruins sporting events.
Empathy, altruism and integrity are qualities that are shared and celebrated by members of the Gold Humanism Honor Society (GHHS).
A new initiative at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA is focused on six unified research themes and is promoting change as well as providing opportunities for cross-disciplinary interactions.
"Life can get busy and there isn't much time for working out in medical school," Tukiainen says. "But there is always a way to fit a workout in."
Medical school is a demanding time. It's helpful for students to find ways to relax, explore other interests and passions and get to know their classmates.