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andereson

William Anderson: Never Quit

Born in the segregated South, Anderson was determined to become a doctor at a time when many African-Americans had limited access to basic health care.

Fall 2009, Featured
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FritzAnn

In the battle of the sexes, we'd all be better in this together

Preparing competent leaders in health care is going to take more than cracking the glass ceiling.

Fall 2009, Featured
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Ruralpathways

Keeping doctors down on the farm

With its Area Health Education Centers program and new rural medicine scholarship, DMU is bringing health care to underserved areas, today and for the future.

Fall 2009, Featured
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PThippo3

D.P.T. students serve rural areas

DMU seeks hard-to-get internship opportunities for P.T. students. Can you help?

Fall 2009, Featured
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dave

Not just a pretty face!

Hundreds of actors have played health care roles on TV and in movies. But an actor in real health care? Meet Dan Deublein, future physician assistant.

DMU Profiles, Fall 2009
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D.P.T students Mia Krackow, Kristin Strong and Jessie Gress work with Angie Plager, the 2009 Ms. Wheelchair Iowa.

Students help spinal cord-injured get moving

Everyone is smiling on this golf outing. Wheelchair users just want to have fun–and golf and bicycle and bowl and go kayaking. When the Spinal Cord Injury Association of Iowa (SCIAI) offers those opportunities to people with mobility issues, DMU physical therapy and osteopathic medicine students often volunteer to help. “I enjoy the game of…

Fall 2009, The Pulse
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yesmed2009group

Engaging youth in medicine

New summer program for high school students interested in science and medicine For most high schoolers, highlights of the summer include sleeping in, hanging out with friends and going on vacation. For Lynnville-Sully High School senior Katelyn Van Wyk, a summer highlight was taking measurements of the cadavers at DMU. “It is such a unique…

Fall 2009, The Pulse
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