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CSSM Students Visit Case Western School of Medicine

This past Monday, April 25th, fifteen Cleveland School of Science and Medicine juniors were picked to begin 2011 CISS (Cardiovascular Inquiry Seminar Series) Immersion activities as part of the H3P program sponsored by the Joan C. Edwards Charitable Foundation.

In addition to attending Cardiovascular IQ Sessions in the morning, med students delivered a CV anatomy lab and CV Physical Diagnosis Seminar to the students.

The students return to Case on Friday to finish th IQ Sessions and begin rounds at University Hospitals

CSSM Students investigate lungs during anatomy lab at CWRU SOM.

on Monday, May 9th.

CSSM Students learned classical auscultation and percussive lung diagnostic techniques.

One Response to “CSSM Students Visit Case Western School of Medicine”

  1. Brian McDonald says:

    Nate was inducted into the AOA last night at Landerhaven! Congratulations Nate.

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