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Hi. I am currently a medical student elsewhere but I am from Charleston and will be home for a few months as I study for my Step 1 Board exam. I have tried to find a group to see if there are MUSC students that study together or do a review course and I can't seem to find any type of class pages or groups for MUSC COM. Could anyone here direct me to someone that might know something? Thanks in advance.
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www.musc.edu/alumni

Since its creation in 1892, the MUSC Alumni Association has fostered and strengthened life-long relationships between the University, alumni and friends. MUSC is extremely proud of its alumni and realizes that the ongoing success of the University is largely dependent on the success of its alumni. For this reason, the Office of Alumni Affairs serves as a resource dedicated to providing administrative and leadership support to the alumni of MUSC.

Mission: The MUSC Alumni Association consists of six alumni groups for each college represented at the University. Programs, activities, dues and benefits are designed specifically for each college by their respective alumni groups in order to better serve each health discipline and their alumni. The alumni groups consist of: College of Dental Medicine College of Graduate Studies College of Health Professions College of Medicine College of Nursing SC College of Pharmacy

MUSC Alumni on the Frontlines

We asked our MUSC alumni to share pictures and stories of their experiences on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic. These are some of the responses we’ve received so far. Thank you to all of our alumni who are changing what's possible! If you would like to share the incredible work you're doing or witnessing on the frontlines of this pandemic, please share them here: https://education.musc.edu/alumni/connect/share

We asked our MUSC alumni to share pictures and stories of their experiences on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic. These are some of the responses we’ve received so far. Thank you to all of our alumni who are changing what's possible! If you would like to share the incredible work you're doing or witnessing on the frontlines of this pandemic, please share them here: https://education.musc.edu/alumni/connect/share

Thank you to everyone who participated in #GivingTuesdayNow and helped raise more than $65,000 for COVID-19 testing! #ChangingWhatsPossible

Thank you, thank you, thank you for helping us raise more than $65,000 (and counting!) on #GivingTuesdayNow! Your gifts will help buy and build the most reliable tests possible to detect COVID-19 and its antibodies. We couldn't be more grateful! https://buff.ly/2YCF4Fi

MUSC Foundation

DOUBLE your impact for the next hour! A generous donor has offered to match #GivingTuesdayNow donations to COVID-19 testing, for a total of $1,000. Give now at https://buff.ly/2W4OqI4. Thank you!

Today is #GivingTuesdayNow!

COVID-19 testing is key to getting back to normal. Help us get there faster by donating to testing today at https://buff.ly/3cPBcEB. #changingwhatspossible

MUSC has made it a priority to raise money for COVID-19 testing tomorrow, May 5, a new global day of giving called #GivingTuesdayNow. Learn how you can help at https://buff.ly/3cPBcEB. #changingwhatspossible

Join the MUSC Foundation on May 5 for #GivingTuesdayNow and help raise support for COVID-19 testing that will help us all get back to normal as quickly and safely as possible. give.musc.edu/Tuesday #changingwhatspossible

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Universities band together to develop S.C.-grown antibody test

"It's been a whole can-do attitude to do this. It really shows an interdisciplinary perspective on the capability that MUSC has to get things done." - Satish Nadig, M.D., D.Phil. (Medicine '03), medical director of the MUSC Center for Cellular Therapy

A statewide collaboration amongst South Carolina’s research universities and largest health systems is setting the stage for widespread availability of coronavirus antibody testing, a key component of a strategy for safely reopening the state.

web.musc.edu Scientists from the state's three research universities are working together to build a SARS-CoV-2 antibody test to ensure one is available to South Carolinians

The MUSC Alumni, MUSC Foundation and development teams got together to show our love and support for our coworkers at MUSC Health. ❤️

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Diversity and Inclusion team gets creative to reach more South Carolinians affected by COVID-19

A new hotline is the latest innovation as MUSC Health works to reach South Carolinians who might otherwise be left out of COVID-19 testing.

web.musc.edu Diversity and inclusion experts get creative to try to help people who’d otherwise be left out of COVID-19 screening.

Thanks to the incredible generosity of two anonymous donors, approximately 900 MUSC Health care team members who were temporarily laid off will have their health insurance premiums covered through June. #ChangingWhatsPossible

A HUGE thank you to two anonymous donors who will pay monthly health insurance premiums through June for approximately 900 MUSC Health care team members who were temporarily laid off! Details ➡️ https://buff.ly/3bjbbgF

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How Med Students Are Stepping Up To Aid Coronavirus Efforts

“What we're doing is important, and taking care of people is what we got in this business to do anyway.”

Stephen Patrick, a fourth-year Medical University of South Carolina College of Medicine student, was recently featured in a Forbes article highlighting how medical students are stepping up to help with COVID-19 relief efforts. Stephen is helping support Charleston’s Infection Prevention and Control notification system by asking local patients and healthcare workers who’ve been diagnosed with COVID-19 to take part in an over-the-phone questionnaire. Read the article here: https://buff.ly/2xyJxxD

forbes.com In light of cancelled clinical rotations and extra free time, soon-to-be doctors are balancing online classes with their own volunteer efforts against COVID-19.

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Schnatz ’76, USP play key role in C-19 fight

MUSC College of Pharmacy alumnus Dr. Rick Schnatz '76 is Senior Manager for Healthcare Quality Systems and Compounding at United States Pharmacopeia (USP), the quality assurance entity whose standards are used in more than 150 countries worldwide. Read how Dr. Schnatz is helping the pharmacy community in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic: https://buff.ly/2XzzGSN

pharmacy.musc.edu USP is facilitating the supply of quality medicines across the global supply chain, especially those associated with treating symptoms of the coronavirus.

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MUSC students volunteer to care for health care workers' kids during COVID-19

“We’re living in a historic moment when our health care systems and our society are being challenged in immense ways. I think everybody has something to contribute to this fight — no matter how small. We don’t want those on the frontlines of this fight stressing about finding child care.”

web.musc.edu More than 100 MUSC students are volunteering to babysit the children of health care workers who have to keep working during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Class of 1970: Due to potential health risks posed by COVID-19, we have postponed the Golden Graduates Reunion scheduled for May 14 through 16 in Charleston. We will process refunds within the next two weeks. While we regret the postponement, our top priority is your health and well-being. We look forward to planning a special reunion celebration for our Golden Grads as soon as possible.

MUSC College of Pharmacy

"As a pharmacist, we're really the first line a lot of time for people's questions," #MUSCpharmacy alumna Erin Pauley '98, Director of Pharmacy for Delta Pharmacy & Medical Supply shared with Live 5 News. She and Dottie Farfone '99, owner of Dottie's Pharmacy & Compounding share how pharmacies are adjusting to the pandemic and the pharmacist's impact on the COVID19 crisis!

We remain humble and proud of the work being done by all of those in the #MUSCPharmacyFamily.

We'd love to highlight you and the work you are doing as we take a look at the pharmacist's impact on the COVID19 crisis. Please message or email us at [email protected] with pictures and a few details that we can share via social media. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

#thankyou #roleofapharmacist #COVID19 #pharmacy #pharmacist #thoughtsandprayers #flattenthecurveSC #changingwhatspossible #MUSC

https://www.live5news.com/2020/04/02/local-pharmacies-adjust-pandemic/

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Class of 2020 Tribute

First-year dental student Matthew Watson organized this wonderful tribute to the MUSC James B. Edwards College of Dental Medicine Class of 2020. Members of the College of Dental Medicine family shared their heartfelt words of encouragement and congratulations to the graduating fourth-year students. We are so proud of the Class of 2020 and can't wait to see all the amazing things you do in your dental careers!

To our incredible class of 2020, I wish you could see how excited the college became after I put an optimistic request out and as we rallied together to make...

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MUSC Health is first hospital/medical center in state to do its own COVID-19 testing

Now that MUSC Health is doing its own testing, the wait time for results is dramatically shorter.

web.musc.edu MUSC Health at the Medical University of South Carolina has become the first hospital/medical center in the state capable of doing its own COVID-19 testing.

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Nurse researcher hosts resiliency podcast, welcomes messages to frontline health care workers

“I feel the urgency in this current pandemic to not only respond to those diagnosed or exhibiting symptoms of the virus, but to reach out to the caregivers who are serving and sacrificing on the frontlines.”

web.musc.edu Tese Stephens' long-planned podcast on personal resiliency for health care workers has taken on renewed focus with the coronavirus pandemic.

Greenville alumni: Due to the potential health risks posed by coronavirus disease (COVID-19), we regret to announce that we have postponed the Greenville alumni reception scheduled for April 23, 2020, at The Commerce Club. We regret the postponement, but our top priority is your health and well-being. We look forward to rescheduling this reception as soon as possible.

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MUSC team releases plans for 3D printed masks

With the threat of a shortage of protective masks looming as the novel coronavirus pandemic grows, this innovative team at MUSC came up with an idea for anyone with a 3D printer to make a protective mask.

web.musc.edu A team at the Medical University of South Carolina came up with an idea for anyone with a 3D printer to make a protective mask.

MUSC Foundation

So many of you have asked how you can help. 🙏 MUSC Health has put together answers to your questions, including how to donate supplies and whether MUSC can accept hand-sewn masks. Thank you for your incredible generosity during this challenging time!

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In this new coronavirus world, the diagnosis for Match Day? Use email and text me in the morning

Congratulations to all Medical University of South Carolina College of Medicine graduates who participated in Friday's 2020 Match Day! With social distancing, the annual event was unlike any other, and the students made the most out of it.

web.musc.edu Match Day is the day medical students find out where they'll do their residencies. But with social distancing, 2020's Match Day was unlike any other.

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I'm stuck at home - how can I help?

Dr. Sanford Zeigler (Medicine '11), heart surgeon and medical director for the cardiovascular ICU at MUSC Health, gives his advice for coping with the coronavirus pandemic if you're stuck at home.

web.musc.edu An MUSC surgeon gives his advice for coping with coronavirus pandemic if you're stuck at home.

MUSC Health has received an official waiver from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that will enable greater access to testing for patients with respiratory illness symptoms and possible COVID-19 exposure. Learn more: https://buff.ly/2ITj8g5

MUSC College of Pharmacy

It's MATCH DAY! Good luck and congratulations to all those participating in the Match today. Students at the MUSC College of Pharmacy have traditionally done quite well in this intense competition and we look forward to sharing the successes of our students who are securing residencies, jobs, fellowships or one of the innumerable other paths to success via social media once they have had the chance to personally share with loved ones, friends, classmates and colleagues. To all of our students and alumni, always know that we are proud of you and take joy in seeing each of you find the perfect match for your future. #iamMUSCpharmacy #match #matchday #ashp #residency #perfectmatch #career #pharmacy

https://pharmacy.musc.edu/resources/news/2020/03/matching-with-residencies

Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC)

“If this becomes widespread, we are prepared to partner with our affiliates and other institutions, both locally and statewide, to make sure we are able to provide the proper care to those in need."
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Medical University of South Carolina College of Medicine classes of 1975, 1980, 1995, and 2010:

Due to the potential health risks posed by coronavirus disease (COVID-19), the Medical University of South Carolina has canceled alumni reunion events for the MUSC College of Medicine scheduled for the weekend of March 27- 29, 2020. We will process refunds within the next three to five days.

We regret this cancellation and apologize for the short notice, but our top priority is your health and well-being. Thank you for understanding.

Charleston alumni: Due to the potential health risks posed by coronavirus disease (COVID-19), we regret to announce that we have postponed the alumni reception scheduled for tomorrow night, March 12, 2020, at The Riley Park Club. We regret the postponement and apologize for the short notice, but our top priority is your health and well-being. We look forward to rescheduling this reception as soon as possible.

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MUSC Health adds new coronavirus to Virtual Care options

Anyone in South Carolina who has symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19) can be screened online for free through MUSC Health. Just use promo code COVID19.

web.musc.edu If the new coronavirus becomes a problem in South Carolina, MUSC Health hopes to help slow its spread through online care.

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Alumni spotlight: Elizabeth Hay

“Elizabeth had an ideal approach to figuring out the right pharmacy path,” said Philip Hall, dean of the MUSC College of Pharmacy. “She took advantage of the opportunities we have available and created a truly compelling portfolio, which really made her stand out in the marketplace. She’s a great role model for our students, since the college views job placement as an important component of the MUSC pharmacy experience.”

pharmacy.musc.edu Dean Hall says Hay is a great role model for all pharmacy students.

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Change of scenery: Inside one family's journey from an old hospital to a new one

Change of scenery: Inside one family's journey from an old hospital to a new one: https://buff.ly/2T3NbHC #ChangingWhatsPossible #MUSC

web.musc.edu Moving stuff takes planning. Moving people takes compassion. This is one patient's story of a transition from an old hospital to a new one.

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New speech-language pathology program will train practitioners, fill job shortages

The MUSC College of Health Professions has launched a new Speech-Language Pathology (SLP) master's program that will provide practitioners with the knowledge and skills to treat communication and/or swallowing disorders. SLPs work with people of all ages — from birth to the elderly — and MUSC students will have many opportunities to work with the full breadth of patients, from those recovering from stroke or traumatic brain injuries to those living with swallowing disorders in both inpatient and outpatient settings.

web.musc.edu MUSC launches a new Speech-Language Pathology master's program in the College of Health Professions to train practitioners.

MUSC Children’s Health

The MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital and Pearl Tourville Women’s Pavilion opens TODAY! Our new 250-bed facility, located at 10 McClennan Banks Drive, Charleston, SC, 29425, offers inpatient pediatric specialty services, labor and delivery care as well as an advanced maternal fetal medicine center. We are ready to change what’s possible for the children, mothers and families of our community. #ImWhatsPossible

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AI tool studied as way to provide cancer risk assessment in low-resource communities

MUSC researcher Brandon Welch, Ph.D. looks into using artificial intelligence to help rural patients and their doctors assess hereditary cancer risks.

web.musc.edu An MUSC researcher looks into using artificial intelligence to help rural patients and their doctors assess hereditary cancer risks.

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Bright idea in dentist’s office leads to innovative smoking cessation project

“Not a day went by in this study when I was not excited by it because I knew that we were having an impact on real patients in the real world with their doctors. This gets the patients to know that their doctor cares, and they have something they can use right now.”

web.musc.edu An MUSC researcher found giving smokers a free starter kit of nicotine replacement therapy at their annual doctor visit increased their odds of quitting.

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