Research Club’s calendar was filled with outstanding presentations
Kudos to the OUM students who presented at Research Club in recent weeks. As completing a research project is a graduation requirement, and the project prospectus must be presented at Research Club prior to beginning clinical rotations, reaching this milestone is a notable accomplishment. Faculty and classmates routinely attend Research Club to support presenters and new students are encouraged to attend to gain helpful ideas for their own projects.
- Helena Taeu Masipau (3/4 September), “Prevalence and post-fibrinolysis outcomes in patients with ST-Elevation Myocardial Infarction admitted to Tupua Tamasese Meaole Hospital of Samoa”
- Joshua Faunt (17/18 September), “Weight change as a predictor of cognitive decline amongst Australian older adults with dementia – a pilot study”
- Celine Schirripa (24/25 September), “Physical Mobility and Dysphagia Outcomes in the Elderly”
- Maria Garcia (29/30 October), “Preparing to take the USMLE Step 1: A survey on medical students’ self-reported study habits”