Nov. 6

Best Practices in Capture Planning: A Systematic Approach to Anticipating and Winning Future Funding Opportunities

This one hour course will provide an overview of the capture planning process with the goal of explaining what capture is and why effective capture is critical to increasing your funding opportunity win rate. Presented by Amy Mills, Deputy Director, Proposal Development Office (PDO), RTI International

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Coming Home to Visit

Coming Home to Visit

Paul Chelminski, MD, and Duncan Vincent, MD, authored a "New Perspectives" piece in the Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM) Forum, about what they learned during a home visit in rural North Carolina during a snowy week last year.

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UNC Kidney Center releases new audio podcast focusing on outreach slogan

UNC Kidney Center releases new audio podcast focusing on outreach slogan

Ron Falk, MD, is featured on a new podcast discussing the slogan, "Hey Doc, How Are My Kidneys?"® The slogan is displayed on the official meeting lanyards for the 2014 American Society of Nephrology Kidney Week. The audio will be released beginning on Nov. 6, and additional tracks added throughout the 2014 American Society of Nephrology Kidney Week.

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Quality vs. Quantity: Improving Healthcare with Dr. Thomas Koonce

Special guest host, Dr. Jessica Hart, one of UNC Family Medicine's Resident Physicians, will join Adam this weekend on YOUR HEALTH to talk to Dr. Thomas Koonce, Associate Professor and Director of UNC’s Department of Family Medicine about Quality vs. Quantity: Improving Healthcare.

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$50,000 Innovation Award request for proposal released

The Center for Innovation of the UNC School of Medicine and Health Care System has released the request for proposal for the 2015 $50,000 Innovation Pilot Awards. All UNC School of Medicine and UNC Health Care System employees from any affiliate are eligible to apply.

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UNC gets $1.9 million to get teens more involved in managing asthma

Teens with asthma aren’t great at taking an active role during doctor visits. A team at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill believes changing that is a matter of asking the right questions, so they have developed a set of questions teens can use as prompts for discussing their asthma with their physician.

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Communicating with Impact!

A professional development seminar to benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. UNC Children’s cares for 4-year-old Maddie Paige of Durham, who is a CFF “Top of the Triangle” ambassador.

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