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Krista Niezwaag, Idaho

Krista Niezwaag comes to us from Idaho and is a second year medical student. She attends Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine (ICOM), and is this year’s recipient of the Fred and Diana Bradshaw Scholarship and Giving Back Scholarship Award. She also holds the distinct title of being the very first ICOM student to receive a […]

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Alisha Harrington, Washington State

Alisha Harrington comes to us from Washington State, and is a second year medical student. She attends Western University of Health Sciences COMP-NW and is this year’s recipient of the Washington Osteopathic Medical Foundation (WOF) Scholarship Award. Alisha has a background in acupuncture, public health, and is now taking on osteopathic medicine. This wide range […]

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Maxwell Mirande, Southern Oregon

Maxwell Mirande is a fourth year medical student and hails from Southern Oregon. He attends Western university of Health Sciences, Comp-Northwest, and is this year’s recipient of the E.L. ‘Doc’ Burnham “Wonderful World” Scholarship Award. Maxwell told us a moving story of a woman he was seeing for an annual physical. She presented as healthy […]

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A Cup of Coffee: Trauma Informed Care

Welcome back! Wow. Last week’s blog on Heroin vs Prescription Opioids really hit a nerve for a lot of our readers. We hope that moving forward the conversation can take on a new vibe and all patients are considered, rather than just those who would become addicted. If you missed this blog and would like […]

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A Cup of Coffee: Why Do Kids CyberBully?

Welcome back! Last week we talked about our young adults that won’t leave home. If you missed that blog and would like to catch up, click HERE. In 2017, The Washington Post reported that a nationally representative poll, taken by the C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital at the University of Michigan found that overall the top […]

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