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Roseman University of Health Sciences College of Medicine Appoints Dr. Bruce Morgenstern as Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs
LAS VEGAS – April 22, 2015 – Bruce Morgenstern, MD has been appointed associate dean for clinical affairs and professor of pediatrics at the Roseman University of Health Sciences College of Medicine. He began his role on April 1. “We … Continue reading →
Nursing Students Attend 63rd National Student Nurses’ Association Annual Convention
Roseman Student Nurses Association (SNA) members traveled to Phoenix, AZ to attended the 63rd National Student Nurses’ Association (NSNA) Annual Convention held earlier this month. The NSNA Annual Convention is held every spring and those in attendance include thousands of nursing students, faculty, and nursing leaders from across the United States. The SNA members that represented Roseman at the convention were Justine Normababa, Bobbie Basson, Fiorella Harpersberger, Brittany Sollish,
Roseman Dental Students and Volunteers Provide Free Dental Care to 164 in Ecuador
Eight students from Roseman University’s College of Dental Medicine recently returned from a trip to Ecuador where they provided free dental care to adults and children in desperate need. The group of volunteer dentists and student dentists provided extractions, fillings, restorations, and oral hygiene instruction for children and adults in need in the cities of Guayaquil, Punta Blanca and Cuenca, seeing 164 patients and performing over 300 procedures. Fourth-year dental student Khealynn Harri
The Importance of Oral Cancer Screenings
Thousands of Americans are diagnosed with oral cancer each year, and even if you do not have a family history of oral cancer, you could still become a victim of the disease. Early detection is crucial in order to have the best chance at a favorable treatment outcome. How Common Is Oral Cancer? Every year approximately 54,000 people in the United States are diagnosed with oropharyngeal and oral cancers (including cancer of the larynx). Of those diagnosed with the condition, 13,500 die on an annua
Continuing Education Continuum: Optimizing Outcomes of Dental Implants in the Esthetic Zone
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