The first pancreas transplant was performed by Lillehei more than 40 years ago (1). As with most transplants in that era, it was fraught with complications, both technical and immunologic. However, with the advancements in surgical technique, immunosuppressive medicines, and immunologic testing, the success of pancreas transplantation has improved in the current era (2-5). Studies […]
KARACHI — Pakistan has made tremendous progress in one area that is how to destroy its institutions in various fields’ health being no exception. All the successive governments whether they were civilian set-up, democratic dictatorships or military rule, every one has contributed its share and can rightly claim credit for accelerating their destruction. After the […]
LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. Identify steps in the total testing process at the greatest risk for errors.
The NYU School of Medicine Institute for Innovations in Medical Education (IIME) is pleased to present its first annual report, highlighting the institute’s history and initiatives in 2014. Included in the report are details on the educational innovations occurring at NYU Langone Medical Center focusing around the use of educational technologies and informatics to transform […]
Founded in 2013, the Institute for Innovations in Medical Education (IIME) is a multidisciplinary team of faculty educators, education scientists, informaticians, and developers who apply the science of education and informatics to transform, teaching, learning and assessment at every level of NYU Langone Health. IIME combines advances in education strategies with new informatics solutions to […]