LSUHS students, residents, fellows, and faculty members, joined by Ochsner LSU Health Shreveport employees in Shreveport and Monroe, observed a moment of silence today in support of Black Lives.
LSU Health Shreveport is home to the only medical school in north Louisiana and one of only three in the state. Medical students interact with patients from their very first semester and learn from a combination of lectures, small groups, standardized patient exercises and clinical skills throughout their training.
For almost fifty years, we have been educating healthcare professionals who excel at the highest levels in academia, private practice and industry. Students consistently rave over experiencing a rigorous education in a family atmosphere where diversity and success are celebrated. Further strengthening the student experience are vibrant, safe communities in north Louisiana which offer an affordable cost of living.
We strives to provide students with a variety of tools to enhance their learning experience. To complement our outstanding faculty instruction, the School of Medicine offers Lecturio (www.lecturio.com) to first, second and third year medical students. Lecturio offers a video library, smart paced repetition to improve memory and a 4000+ question bank to aid in preparation for major tests. This excellent resource is available through a mobile app making on-the-go access to study materials readily available.
For those with a heightened interest in research, the school offers joint PhD programs with both the School of Graduate Studies and Louisiana Tech. Students can also opt to enroll in the Research Distinction Track to or apply to become part of the American Medical Student Research Journal, founded in 2013 by our medical students. The School of Medicine counts a Faculty of over 500 with a class size of 150 for fall 2019. Plans are underway to increase class size to 200 over the upcoming years. This expansion is being made possible due to the construction of the Center for Medical Education and Wellness.
Departments & Divisions in the School of Medicine (A-Z)
The School of Medicine offers a four-year, system-based learning curriculum leading to the MD degree, but other degree options are available to address specific interests of students. We understand that the process of applying to medical school can be overwhelming, and we have tried to anticipate and address as many questions as possible.
FAMILY DAY AT THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
Each school year family members and friends of medical school students visit the LSU Health Shreveport campus for the annual Family Day event.
Family Day is an opportunity for friends and family members to get a first-hand look at what students experience during their four years in medical school. They tour campus and learn more about student life, academic programs and medical school curriculum, along with the various clinical skills labs and hands-on learning opportunities available to students.
MEDICAL STUDENT RESEARCH PROGRAM
Each summer medical students work with a faculty mentor on a research project that is then showcased during the fall at our annual presentation fair. In addition to being able to share their work, there is also an opportunity to receive an award in each prize category. This program fosters research activity, inspires students to learn more about the research process and generates quality research evidence.
It was a battle between the LSUHS medical students and allied health students to see who could rally around their school and community to donate the most units.
It's not a typical blood drive. It’s a battle between the medical students and allied health students to see who can rally around their school and community to donate the most units.
Dr. John Vanchiere, an infectious disease specialist at LSU Health Shreveport discusses symptoms and treatment protocol for COVID-19 on KEEL News Radio.
Dr. Hugo Cuellar talks to the Arklatex Homepage host of "Loving Living Local", Fernanda Hernandez, about recognizing a stroke and seeking immediate treatment.
The Greater Shreveport Chamber of Commerce to host "Healthy Workplace, Healthy Brain, Healthy Life" Cognitive Awareness Summit to address these challenges and others like them on March 13 and 14, 2020.
Sarahbeth Howes, a 24-year-old cancer survivor from Shreveport, Louisiana, was the first adult survivor to speak on behalf of St. Jude families in the 2019 Speak Now for Kids Family Advocacy Day event in Washington D.C.
Congratulations to our 2020 Graduates!
Our JUNE, Gold Humanism Honor Society Student of the Month is Manon Doucet, MSIII! Manon Doucet defines what it means to be a patient’s advocate. She works incredibly hard to make sure her patients feel comfortable and understood, whether that means stopping by their room one or two extra times, staying late to make sure her patients fully understand their diagnosis and the importance of their treatment plans, or simply spending extra time with her patients as a comfort during the COVID-19 pandemic. She always takes the extra time to help patients feel like an equal part of their own medical team. She always upholds good character and exhibits all the qualities that aspiring physicians should strive for. Manon embodies humanism in all that she does, both in and out of the hospital.
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