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16558
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Jerry Heneghan is the managing director of Raleigh-based Virtual Heroes that works with Duke University to transform how medical students are trained. The firm uses cutting edge video game technology that provides virtual reality and 3D in a propriety package known as \"HumanSim.\"
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Dr. Andrew Weil spoke in Asheville at the annual Partnering Western Medicine and Integrative Healthcare Conference. Weil focused on bridging the gap between conventional and alternative health professionals.
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25472
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Dr. Paul J. Schernarts, aka PJ, is not only a Brody School of Medicine associate professor and ECU trauma surgeon, but also a lieutenant colonel in the US Army Reserves. Just returning from a sixth deployment, Schenarts continues to be one of the most popular instructors at Brody, an outstanding surgeon and a Bronze Star recipient.
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The Ramphal Cardiac Surgery simulator was designed by Paul Ramphal at the University of the West Indies, and built in Chapel Hill with the help of Richard Feins, UNC professor of surgery. The simulator uses pig parts arranged like they would be in a human, and is used to train medical residents.
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The author proposed that the ability to see involved the perception of seeing as much as the parts of the eye functioning. Asserting his claim was a patient of his, Melissa Pierce, who gained the ability see because of a program Dr. Murrell proposed would provide the cure: Living and Learning in a Visual Environment (LIVE). Included were the four foci for the program that may prove the adage “seeing is believing” should be expressed as “believing is seeing.”
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Tar Heel (NoCar F 251 T37x), Vol. 8 Issue 2, Mar 1980, p20-21