Events

Seminar on Essentials of Anesthesia

Free

The Seminar on Essentials of Anesthesia was organized in the IAU campus in Vieux Fort on the 19th of November 2010. Dr. Saestha Humayun, the chief presented of the seminar covered topics on the basics of Anesthesia and its importance. She discussed briefly topics relating to History of Anesthesia, Scope of Anesthesia Practice, Preoperative evaluation, […]

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Breakaway Boat Cruise

Free

“Break away” boat cruise was held on October 16, 2010. SGA hosted the event to give IAU students the opportunity to enjoy the amazing sites of St. Lucia. Starting from Castries, we sailed down toward Soufriere, stopping to enjoy the beautiful beaches. Once arriving to Soufriere everyone was able to explore the town before heading […]

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Hewanorra Airport Simulation Exercise

Free

The Hewanorra Airport full scale simulation exercise was carried out on the 6th of October 2010 on the old runway adjacent to the International airport. It was designed to test the responsiveness of the professional emergency response agencies (fire, health, and police) based on the southern region of St Lucia. It is an exercise that […]

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Fall 2010 White Coat Ceremony

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Fifty-four new students were inducted into IAU College of Medicine on Friday, September 10, 2010 at the Fifteenth White Coat Ceremony. The students were presented their white coats and stethoscopes by IAU faculty as a symbol of beginning their medical career. Students were then led in a Medical Student Oath which mirrors the Hippocratic Oath […]

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Health Clinic, Soufriere

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As part of supporting the Community beyond Vieux Fort, IAU organized a Health Clinic at Soufriere for people from the community of Soufriere. IAU Student Government Association (SGA) organized the event. It had a participation of 160 people from and around Soufriere. 15 students from various semesters attended the Clinics with the direction of the […]

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Brown Bag Seminar

Free

The second brown bag seminar for the semester was on Research article – Latrogenic Hypervitaminosis D as an Unusual Cause of Persistent Vomiting. It was organized in Semester III Class room on June 26, 2014. Student Gbalekan Dawodu (MD2), presented the seminar and lead the discussion forum after the presentation. We had a participation of […]

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Simulation Exercise

Free

The Hewanorra Airport full scale simulation exercise was carried out on July 25, 2014 on the old runway adjacent to the International airport. It was designed to test the responsiveness of the professional emergency response agencies (fire, health, and police) in the southern region of St Lucia. It was an exercise that is designed using […]

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Welcome Beach Party

Free

When the sun, the beach, food and fun people get together, you cannot help but have a good time and make a ton of new friends. Our new batch of students were making new friends and having fun on September 13, 2014 at Sandy Beach, Vieux Fort. The met and mingle with their seniors and […]

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AMSA Health Clinic and Charity Volleyball Tournament

Free

The third community clinic for the summer 2014 semester was organized on June 28, 2014 at Daher building car part, Vieux Fort. There was a good turn-out of 98 patients and with the active participation of students we were able to manage the crowd in an effective manner. The clinic was held from 9.00 am-12.00 […]

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Multicultural Night

Free

The medical students at IAU this semester took full advantage of their multicultural diversity by celebrating the various ethnicities encompassing their surroundings. The semester was highlighted by great celebrations which took place on Friday July 25th 2014 at NSDC from 6.00 PM to 9.30 PM. The celebration featured live music and performers, food sampling, cultural […]

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