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Healthcare MBA Student Applies Lessons in Real Time

By Digital Media Director, May 25, 2017, Categories: In Print, Education, People

Jim Hardwick has a lot in common with his kids. Like his high school daughter and college son he will soon experience (once again) what it's like to be a new graduate.

Rapid City Medical School Campus Moves Downtown

By Digital Media Director, May 24, 2017, Categories: In Print, Today, News, Education

The Rapid City campus of the University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine has moved downtown to 520 Kansas City Street from its previous location in the southern part of town.

USD Nursing's BSN Degree Recognized

By Digital Media Director, May 24, 2017, Categories: In Print, Today, News, Education

The Baccalaureate of Science in Nursing (BSN) program offered by the University of South Dakota has received full status approval by the South Dakota Board of Nursing.

Disease Detectives

By Digital Media Director, Mar 27, 2017, Categories: Today, News, Education

Sanford launches data project to improve patient care.

Sioux Falls "Rocks the Red" at this Year's Go Red for Women Event

By Digital Media Director, Mar 27, 2017, Categories: In Print, News, Education

Heart disease and stroke cause 1 in 3 deaths among women each year- more than all cancers combined.

Fostering Resilience

By Digital Media Director, Mar 26, 2017, Categories: In Print, Wellness, Education

Discovering the Seven C's

The Value of Early Exposure to Medicine for Career Choice

By MED Magazine, Feb 22, 2017, Categories: In Print, Education, People

My internship experience at Sanford Cardiovascular Institute

New Program Boosts Native American Interest in Health Professions

By MED Magazine, Feb 22, 2017, Categories: In Print, Today, News, Education

Recognizing the need for more Native Americans working in health professions, the University of South Dakota’s Sanford School of Medicine and the USD School of Health Sciences have initiated programs such as Indians into Medicine (INMED) and the USD Healthcare Career Summer Camp (HCSC), to encourage and support Native American high school students to pursue post-secondary education and careers in healthcare and medicine.

First Fellow Chosen for Interventional Cardiology Fellowship in Sioux Falls

By MED Magazine, Feb 22, 2017, Categories: In Print, Today, News, Education, People

Shenjing Li, MD, PhD, a third year Cardiovascular Disease Program Fellow at Sanford is set to be the first person to enter Sanford Heart Hospital and the USD Sanford School of Medicine’s new interventional Cardiology fellowship program.

New School of Medicine and Health Sciences transforming healthcare delivery in North Dakota

By MED Magazine, Feb 22, 2017, Categories: News, Education

Sanford's new School of Medicine and Health Sciences at the University of North Dakota is part of the state’s strategic plan to train and retain more healthcare workers and reduce the state’s overall disease burden.

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