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St. George’s University Partners with San Jose State University to Provide Nursing Students with Global Service Learning Experience

More than thirty nursing students from San Jose State University (SJSU) spent the summer honing their public health skills at St. George’s University in Grenada as part of a newly formed partnership between the institutions. St. George’s hosted the SJSU students on the True Blue Campus for their public health clinical rotations, providing an opportunity for the nursing students to ... Read More »

St. George’s University Student Government Association Donates $43,000 EC to Grenada Charities

Student-Led Organizations Helping to Fund Grenada Charities The Student Government Association (SGA) of St. George’s University donated approximately $43,000 EC to Grenada charities in the recent spring term, including donations to the Program for Adolescent Mothers and the Grenada Cancer Society through the Women in Medicine Club; the Grenada Heart Foundation through the American Medical Students Association; and the Father ... Read More »

St. George’s University Welcomes High School and College Students to the 2015 Med/Vet Summer Leadership Academy

Successfully balancing a challenging academic program with extracurricular activities, 81 students recently participated in St. George’s University Med/Vet Summer Leadership Academy, a summer program on the True Blue Campus in Grenada, West Indies for college and high school students interested in exploring a career in medicine or veterinary medicine. Students from the United States, England, Canada, Puerto Rico, Trinidad, Tortola, ... Read More »

St. George’s University Hosts 60th Diamond Jubilee Anniversary of the CARPHA Health Research Conference

Caribbean nations’ health professionals recently gathered at St. George’s University to discuss violence and injuries prevention as an urgent public health and development issue at the 60th Annual Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) Conference. St. George’s University (SGU) in partnership with the Ministry of Health, Grenada and the Windward Islands Research and Education Foundation (WINDREF) partnered together to host the ... Read More »

Dr. Ruth Macklin Presents at Annual Keith B. Taylor Memorial WINDREF Lecture at St. George’s University

A Founder of Bioethics Field Discusses Ethical Challenges in Confronting Disasters Dr. Ruth Macklin, one of the founders of the field of bioethics, spoke on the difficult ethical issues involved with the allocation of scarce resources in times of disaster in her lecture, Ethical Challenges in Confronting Disasters:  Some Lessons Learned on April 14, 2015 at St. George’s University Caribbean ... Read More »

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