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Barbara and Norman Seiden White Coat Ceremony

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Sponsored by the Arnold P. Gold Foundation

Thursday, August 9, 2018 at 4 pm

Welcome to Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, Class of 2022! This special event commemorates the arduous journey to medical school and obligates new student doctors to high professional standards for patient care and the practice of medicine. White Coat Ceremony is held annually on the New Jersey Medical School Plaza directly behind the Medical Science Building.

**Rain date Friday,: August 10, 2018 at 10:00AM**



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Why New Jersey Medical School

Through a rigorous curriculum that places emphasis on combining holistic educational experiences with lessons learned by on-the-job training, New Jersey Medical School students are taught by venerated faculty members to become highly-skilled and compassionate physicians who deliver a particular brand of medicine and healthcare that is defined by extraordinary skill, professionalism, and respect for the patient.

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Prescribing Opioids

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Chlorine Gas

LiveScience - When it comes to swimming, chlorine is usually found in the forms of either powder or liquid. Most recently, however, a cloud of chlorine gas had affected over 30 people in a California neighborhood pool. Dr. Diane Calello from the New Jersey Poison Control Center at Rutgers NJMS shares her knowledge on the topic.

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