Touro University California's alumni podcast, The Current, showcases the very best of what our alumni have to offer. The name of the podcast comes from both our location near the Napa River and our focus on current events. Disclaimer: The opinions expressed on this podcast and by those providing comments are theirs alone, and do not reflect the opinions of Touro or any employee thereof. Touro shall not be responsible for any errors or omissions on this podcast. This podcast may include technical inaccuracies, and Touro does not warrant the truthfulness of anything shared on this podcast. Reference herein to any specific commercial products, process, or service by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, does not constitute or imply an endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by Touro. Nothing contained in this podcast acts as a medical opinion, and if you need medical advice or treatment, please consult your healthcare physician.
Serving the Service: PAs in the Military
TUC PA alum Capt. Keith Jackson discusses his journey through military service, becoming a PA and working with active duty and veteran members of the military.
Mind the Gap: Pharmacy as Primary Care
College of Pharmacy alum Dr. Hafasa Mojaddidi discusses her work in a clinical setting treating patients in a primary care setting for different chronic conditions.
Integrative Medicine: Inside the Clinician's Toolbox
TUC alum and Associate Professor Dr. Victor Nuno discusses how integrative medicine is just one tool at a clinician's disposal for treating patients both young and old.
O Pioneer! Dr. Chandran Recalls Early TUC Days
Dr. Ankila Chandran recounts the experiences that brought her to Osteopathic Medicine and what being part of the first TUCOM class was like.
Native Tongue: Latina PA Speaks Her Patients' Language
Joint MSPAS/MPH grad Veronica Padilla uses her knowledge of Spanish and Hispanic/Latino culture to connect in a meaningful way with her patients.
Super Man: Santopadre to head up Vaca schools
TUC GSOE alum Ed Santopadre has served a number of roles in the Vacaville Unified School District over the years. In the Fall of 2023, he will take on his biggest role yet, that as Superintendent. Listen as he discusses the virtues of teaching and the future of learning.
Such a great podcast! Interesting information, peppered with humor from the host. I am a subscriber and look forward to more episodes. Thank you!!