RUSM In The News
Solo practitioner and visiting physician, Dr. Cleopatra Gordon-Pusey, has achieved much success, but she has had many obstacles to overcome along the way.
Vanessa Doyle was a practicing nurse in her native Canada, but what she really wanted was to become a doctor—it was a lifelong dream. Doyle hoped that her nursing training would make her a strong candidate for entry into a Canadian medical school.
To bring about real change in patient lifestyles, physicians need to provide them with more than just a diagnosis, according to Ross School of Medicine alumna Audra Ford, MD ’05. They have to establish a relationship and start communicating.