Students of Chiropractic Doctoral Programme, Medical Imaging Program and Medicine students were part of the celebrations.
September 29, 2022 | , Reading Time: 2 minutes
Students from all academic programs of the Central University of the Caribbean participated in the White Coat Ceremony. Photo: Provided by Central Caribbean University (UCC).
Central Caribbean UniversityIn Bayamón, the White Coat Festival was celebrated for more than 150 students from all academic programs. Endowment Ceremony of Students of Chiropractic Doctoral Program, Medical Imaging Program and medicine,
In this regard, he cited that, “In the ceremony of the Doctorate in Chiropractic program, in particular, we distinguished the participation of the Secretary General of the World Federation of Chiropractic, Dr. Richard Brown, as the keynote speaker”.
Dr. Richard Brown talks about the legacy that students should leave behind as chiropractic professionals and the awareness they should have about how their work will impact the lives of thousands of people throughout their careers.
In this regard, Dr. Brown, referring to the 127th anniversary of the chiropractic profession being celebrated this month, said: “As chiropractors we are part of the community, we must remember our history to build our future.”
The medical imaging program was dedicated to the former director of the ceremony, Dr. José Moscoso Alvarez, while for the students of the ceremony medicine It included the Director of the Mental Health and Addiction Services Administration (ASSMCA), Dr. Carlos Rodriguez Mateo, as a special guest.
There speaker Dr. Ivete Cruz encouraged the students to become community doctors. “You are the hope of health for our island, the hospitals need you, the patients need you, Puerto Rico needs you.”
It is noteworthy that 75 students of the function medicine From the class of 2026, as well as two students from the Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program.
See some pictures from the event here.