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IAU Student Spotlight, Spring 2018

Upon entering IAU I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. I didn’t know if I would have made it through the first two weeks, but I did. When it came to medical school, everyone told me that it was going to be tough and challenging, but I was so ready to start my new venture. […]

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TROPICAL STORM:Disaster Preparedness and Response Plan

Disaster preparedness is the measures taken to prepare for and reduce the effects of disasters. It is to predict and where possible prevent disaster and mitigate their impact on the people. Hurricanes are destructive natural disasters, but they provide the greatest amount of warning before striking.  Our school’s Emergency Operations Plan is well organised and […]

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Weather Updates:Tropical Storm-MARIA

We have received an update from the St. Lucia Meteorological Services at 5:00 a.m. today September 18th 2017, the centre of hurricane Maria was near latitude 14.6 North, longitude 59.5 West, or 109 miles or 175 km east northeast of Saint Lucia. Maria is moving toward the West northwest near 13 mph or 20 km/h.  on the forecast track, […]

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Q&A with the New SGA President

With the January 2017 semester in full swing and a new SGA President elected, we asked Mayuri Patel to discuss her new role and expectations. IAU: Why did you select the field of medicine? Mayuri: I like to learn about the human body and how it functions daily! And thus I chose medicine as it […]

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Why I chose to become a doctor

If there is one piece of advice I could pass on, it would be get used to this question. It comes up a lot.


Surviving Island Life

By: Joshua Amin Thinking back to the beginning of my medical journey, I can safely say the struggle was and still is very real. I came to International American University as a transfer student after my previous medical school was closed. I chose IAU was because on my first visit to campus, I saw how […]



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