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A Special Video Message from the Dean: Reflecting on 2014 Successes

December 19, 2014

As 2014 draws to a close, everyone at Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) is taking the time to reflect on our students’ and graduates’ accomplishments. This year, our institution placed more than 800 students into US residencies, more than any other medical school in the world. And, for the fourth year in a row, our students achieved the same first-time pass rate on Step 1 of the United States Medical Licensing Examination as their US and Canadian peers (calendar year 2014).

In the video below, Dean Flaherty highlights these wins, as well as advancements in student support services, the redesign of our clinical skills curriculum, the addition of more high-quality clinical rotation opportunities, and other achievements.


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