The Global Health Service Partnership (GHSP) announces the inaugural season for applications from qualified doctors and nurses, a new program in partnership with the Peace Corps and Global Health Service Corps.
If you were hired in 2012 as a faculty member in the School of Medicine, please keep this date for the School of Medicine orientation. Formal invitations to follow.
Nicholas J. Shaheen, MD, MPH, Professor of Medicine and Epidemiology; Director, Center for Esophageal Diseases and Swallowing will present "Predicting Outcomes in Barrett's Esophagus" at the Thursday, Sept. 6 CGIBD Research Seminar.
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Tiffany Kelley, PhD, MBA, RN, will present this lecture for nurses, sponsored by the Carolina Health Informatics Program.
Furlow Fund Benefit supporting the Palestinian Cleft Society, which provides free surgeries for Palestinian children with clefts.
UNC Family Medicine is again offering a FREE fall parenting series. Come join us as we explore topics like healthy diets for pregnancy, the secret language of your newborn and taming those tantrums. For your older children, we will discuss some harder topics like understanding learning disabilities and ADHD and how to talk to your teen about sex.
UNC-Chapel Hill rose to ninth from 16th among leading private and public research universities for the level of federal funding ($545.99 million) devoted to research and development in all fields during fiscal 2010.
On Sept. 10 between 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., ALL Point-of-Care instrument interfaces will be down due to a software upgrade. Results will not be transmitted to WebCIS or eChart during this time. Testing should continue as usual, and all results will remain queued during the downtime and will transmit electronically when the software becomes available again at 5 p.m.
This scheduled normal power outage is required for UNC Electrical Distribution Systems cabling upgrades on Saturday, September 15 from 7 a.m. until 3 p.m. Emergency power will supplied by generators in Anderson Pavilion for the duration of the outage; emergency power is available for critical equipment and from the “red” outlets in Anderson for the duration of the outage. The Medical Wings will have no power for the duration of the outage; there is no generator-supplied emergency power in the Medical Wings.
Please read more to see the affected areas and times for the shutdown.
Looking for cows in greener pastures? The N.C. Children’s Promise, with the help of Blue Pane Studio in Durham, this week debuted a mobile app for CowParade NC. Find herds, keep track of cows you’ve visited, access “cowpons” and much more by getting the mobile app for your Android (http://bit.ly/CPNCdroid) and Apple (http://bit.ly/CPNCapple) devices.
Please take a look at the department's August updates. The page includes recent honors and awards, presentations and publications.