Today’s medical, graduate and health professions students may just be starting to think about how their careers will unfold over the next decade and beyond. But for those considering staying at Baylor for the next step in their career, they can turn to role models who have “grown up Baylor.”
The School of Health Professions at Baylor College of Medicine held a commencement ceremony for students in three of its programs this December: the Doctor of Nursing Practice Program, the Orthotics and Prosthetics program and the Physician Assistant Program.
Trainees from across the Texas Medical Center gathered at Baylor College of Medicine on July 20 for the Academic Research Career Symposium.
The orthopedic workforce is not as diverse as the population it serves, and this may be a key factor in addressing disparities and inequalities that affect patients’ healthcare.