James Nicholson, MD, wins two awards at RANZCOG 2010 Annual Scientiﬁc Meeting
James Nicholson, MD, MSCE was awarded “Best Research Paper” and “Best Research Poster” for his paper entitled Meta-analysis of AMOR-IPAT Studies: Evidence of Very Strong Associations between the Regular Use of Preventive Labor Induction and Improved Birth Outcomes from the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists 2010 Annual Scientiﬁc Meeting.
Peter Cronholm, MD receives 2010 Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Award
Assistant professor of family medicine & community health in the School of Medicine, Peter Cronholm, MD, MSCE embodies, in every aspect of his professional (and personal) life, the principles of Humanism in Medicine, richly deserving the Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Award. His teaching goes beyond “requirements” to convey his passion for collegiality, professionalism, and compassion. Dr. Cronholm's patients are beneficiaries of this combination, as are the many students influenced by his tireless pursuit of expanding their perspectives, and the community at large. His research and student–centered teaching approach create a unique contribution to the principles of a humanistic physician.
The Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Award, presented by the Arnold P. Gold Foundation, is given annually to a faculty member who “best demonstrate the Foundation's ideals of outstanding compassion in the delivery of care, respect for patients, their families, and health care colleagues, as well as demonstrated clinical excellence.”
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