Several Baylor College of Medicine medical students have been selected as Albert Schweitzer Fellows from the Houston-Galveston area for 2018-19, working on community health projects that focus on the underserved.
The innovative and collaborative environment at the College has spelled success for Baylor Global Initiatives’ Smart Pod project, including important contributions from two medical students.
The School of Allied Health Sciences held its 2017 Commencement Ceremony in early December, awarding 16 Doctor of Nursing Practice degrees, 20 Master of Science in Orthotics and Prosthetics degrees and 40 Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies degrees.
Baylor College of Medicine’s inaugural Career Symposium and Employer Fair, sponsored by the Career Development Center, took place this November with a variety of opportunities for learners to network and receive career advice.
Communication between a healthcare provider and a patient is essential for both parties, but sometimes there may be a language barrier. Baylor College of Medicine’s School of Allied Health Sciences has been addressing this issue with much success through the Physician Assistant Spanish Elective Course.