Creative Services at the Larner College of Medicine Office of Medical Communications provides graphic design and project management, art direction, and photography services. The group produces a number of publications for the College and UVM Community.
Vermont Medicine, the Larner College of Medicine’s alumni magazine, includes stories about students, faculty and alumni, news regarding the College, philanthropy reports, class notes, and more. On the web, Vermont Medicine features Web Extras such as photo slideshows, videos, and other supplements to stories in the magazine. Readers may also access archived editions.
Vermont Medicine welcomes story ideas. If you know a current student, faculty member or alumnus who would be an interesting subject for a feature story, please let us know! We also welcome tips about current research, events and happenings.
Global Health Reflections, 2016
Published annually, Reflections is a compilation of essays and photos submitted by medical students, nursing students, residents, faculty and staff participating in the Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermont and Western Connecticut Health Network Global Health Program. The poignant photographs are just a sample of the full exhibit. For more information, visit the Global Health Program.
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Produced in collaboration with a student editorial team, the Read Wheelbarrow is the Larner College of Medicine's annual literary and visual arts journal. Named after physician-writer William Carlos William's poem, The Red Wheelbarrow, the publication aims to capture, cultivate and explore the creative endeavors of the medical and scientific communities at the College.
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Arts + Science, 2016
Office of Medical Student Education
The Art + Science annual report highlights the Office of Medical Student Education, the Teaching Academy, College initiatives, the Vermont Integrated Curriculum and medical student life.
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Global Health Program, 2015-16
The report highlights the students, faculty and staff studying and practicing medicine around the world through the Global Health Program at Western Connecticut Health Network and the Larner College of Medicine. It also includes news about program development, satellite sites, partnerships, special projects, and more.
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Department of Pediatrics, 2016
The report captures the contributions, highlights, and achievements of the staff and faculty at the Department of Pediatrics at The Larner College of Medicine and The University of Vermont Children's Hospital. Download the PDF to learn how this group works to improve the health of children both regionally and worldwide through clinical, educational, research and advocacy efforts.
Student E-Newsletter, Office of Medical Student Education
Find biweekly medical student news including student and class spotlights, campus updates, student blog highlights, upcoming events, student interest group updates, clinical affiliate news, and student resources. The Medical Student Education E-newsletter is published alternate Wednesdays for the Office of Medical Student Education and is emailed directly to Larner College of Medicine students.
The Chart, News from the Department of Medicine
The Department of Medicine shares news, awards and recognition, education, research and grants, and clinical news in this quarterly publication. Download the PDF of the most recent editions of The Chart.
PATHways, News from the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
This newsletter from the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine features a variety of topics including department research, clinical and education news and events. Download the PDF of the current issues of PATHways.
Innovations, News from the UVM Cancer Center
This newsletter from the UVM Cancer Center includes stories about new research and publications, information about upcoming events, and news about educational programs, patient care initiatives, and community activities. Download the PDF of the current issue of Innovations or view the flipbook.