Web Extras Archive
Often there are extensions to stories featured in the print version of Vermont Medicine. Web Extras allow additional content to be shared online.
2012 Year in Review
2012 Frymoyer Scholars
Four College of Medicine and two College of Nursing and Health Sciences faculty members were named 2012 Frymoyer Scholars for their work to promote teaching that emphasizes the art of patient care. Award winners include Patricia King, M.D., Ph.D., Laurie Leclair, M.D., Ursula McVeigh, M.D., Marie Sandoval, M.D., Jean Coffey, Ph.D., C.P.N.P, and Mary Val Palumbo, D.N.P., A.P.R.N.
2012 White Coat Ceremony
The Class of 2016 donned the white coat of the physician for the first time on October 20, 2012, in UVM's Ira Allen Chapel. This year the White Coat Ceremony took place in conjunction with the College of Medicine's Family Day.
Dr. Wheeler's Microscope
Found in the Dean's Office at the College of Medicine, Dr. John Wheeler's microscope was one of the finest instruments of its day - a far cry from the one he used as a student. Dr. Wheeler served as chief of surgery from 1900-1924.
- Photo Gallery - Dr. Wheeler's microscope
- Excerpts from his book, Memoirs of a Small Town Surgeon
Doctoring in Vermont
Every fall, medical students fan out across the state for their Doctoring in Vermont course, gaining first-hand experience in the field.
- Photo Gallery - Students at Vermont doctor's offices
- Video of students talking about their experiences in the Doctoring in Vermont course
Vol 49, Issue 2, 2012
Five Decades, and Still Ticking
Vol 49, Issue 1, 2012
Lessons from Doña Paulina
- Doña Paulina Photo Gallery
- "New Life for Old Wheels: The Full Story": Read medical student Peter Cooch's detailed account of his cross-country journey to deliver a much-needed ambulance vehicle to the Guatemalan village of Santa Cruz de la Laguna. (PDF)
Match Day 2012
White Coat Ceremony 2012
Summer 2011 Web Extra
At this year’s College of Medicine commencement ceremony, medical degrees were conferred on 111 members of the Class of 2011, and 14 graduate students earning the M.S. or Ph.D. Speaker Marcia Angell, M.D., senior lecturer in social medicine at Harvard Medical School and the first woman editor of the New England Journal of Medicine, spoke to the graduates about the social responsibilities of all physicians and scientists.
Spring 2011 Web Extra
John Woodruff’s Case Notes
John Woodruff, M.D., left behind written accounts that detail important moments in his career, and give modern readers a view of the life of a practicing Vermont physician in the early and middle years of the 20th Century.
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