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Interviews with graduates, students and faculty of Saint James School of Medicine

Over the last two years we have published a number of interviews with graduates, students and faculty of Saint James School of Medicine on this blog. Here is a round-up of some of these interviews Interviews with current students at Saint James School of Medicine Interview with Scott Vizarra, SGA President at Saint James School […]

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Introducing the Deans of Saint James Bonaire

There has been a recent change of deanship at Saint James Bonaire, with Dr Ravinder Kenue becoming Associate Dean over both Bonaire and Anguilla and Doctor Bruce Davidson taking over as Dean in Bonaire. We asked the two Deans to tell us a little about themselves Dr Ravinder Kenue, Associate Dean of Saint James Bonaire […]

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2011-2012 Influenza Season: Disease Activity

This article was written for the Anguillian by Dr. Paige Edgar, Professor as part of Saint James School of Medicine’s regular series of columns.  Anguilla is a holiday destination and as such is vulnerable to communicable diseases ‘imported’ to the island. As a member of the teaching staff of Saint James School of Medicine I […]

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Obesity: Facts about this worldwide epidemic

This article was written for the Anguillian by Dr. T.N. Patil, Professor of Biochemistry, as part of Saint James School of Medicine’s regular series of columns.  Obesity has currently reached epidemic proportions and has been declared a major health problem. At the same time, in today’s body-conscious society, overweight individuals are subjected to diverse degrees […]

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The Broken Windows Theory

This article was written for the Anguillian by Dr. Alexei Podtcheko, Professor of Pathology, as part of Saint James School of Medicine’s regular series of columns.   Today I would like to present you with a brief summary of a study which has gone virtually unnoticed beyond the academic community, but in my opinion, should […]

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Research Off and Running!

Not three years ago research was not part of the curriculum or the mindset of SJSM Bonaire. And yet since then there is a fully functional Research Methods course in the curriculum for MD2’s, interactive sessions in both MD3 and MD4, where students are expected to present their critical assessments of published papers, as well […]

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