This session will review our knowledge of provider burnout, locally and nationally, including the work of the Wellness Committee at UNC. Amy Weil, MD, professor of medicine and social medicine, will lead the session.
This workshop is designed for any investigator interested in mobile health approaches to modifying health behaviors toward improving clinical outcomes related to asthma, cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes or obesity.
Help re-imagine how health care can be designed, delivered, and experienced in the digital age. Join UNC Health Care in a series of high energy events to foster the development of digital health solutions to key problems in health care.
This course will offer best practices when conducting trials using FDA-approved and non-approved devices. It will cover the IDE application process and the obligations of the sponsor-investigator once the IDE application is filed with the FDA.
This course will offer best practices when conducting clinical trials using FDA-approved and non-approved drugs or substances (including botanicals and biologics). It will cover the IND process and the regulatory obligations of the sponsor- investigator once an IND is filed with the FDA.
How close are we to a cure for HIV, and what are the messages about HIV that the community needs to hear? Ron Falk, MD, interviews David Margolis, MD, and Allison Mathews, PhD, in this Chair's Corner episode about HIV cure research and the efforts of the 2BeatHIV project to connect with the community.
The Dean's Office of the UNC School of Medicine invites internal nominations and applications from SOM faculty who would like to be considered as a candidate for the position of Vice Dean for Diversity and Inclusion.
Read a memo from William L. Roper, MD, MPH, CEO, UNC Health Care, Dean, UNC School of Medicine, Wesley Burks, MD, Executive Dean, UNC School of Medicine, and Gary L. Park, President, UNC Hospitals, reinforcing the UNC Medical Center and UNC School of Medicine's commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
The Fully Integrated Readiness for Service Training (FIRST) program will host a lunch and panel discussion for students interested in the program, a three-year medical school curriculum to fast track participants into the UNC Family Medicine residency program, followed by three years of service in North Carolina. The program is entering its second year, and the first class of FIRST scholars and program faculty will be on hand to discuss the program.
Help raise funds for groundbreaking breast cancer research, life-saving education, and critical patient services by walking in the American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer
Clinical Scholars is a national leadership program led by UNC SOM faculty members Giselle Corbie-Smith, MD, and Claudia Fernandez, DrPH, with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The program, which recently named its first class of scholars, prepares health care providers and practitioners to expand their influence beyond the hospital or clinic to advance a Culture of Health — one that places well-being at the center of every aspect of life.
Read a memo from Jim Dean, Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost, regarding the upcoming administrative review process for William L. Roper, MD, MPH, Dean, UNC School of Medicine. The review is required by University policy. UNC School of Medicine faculty, staff, and alumni are welcome to participate in the process.
This weekend on YOUR HEALTH®, Adam and guest co-host Laurel Sisler will be talking with Doris Rouse, PhD, vice president of global health technology at RTI International, about the fight against antibiotic resistant bacteria and a new international partnership created to help.
Know how to use simulation in quality improvement? Three case studies and a Q&A panel will present the benefits of simulation in QI and address all questions from the audience in a Q&A session.
Department of Medicine Grand Rounds "Inflammasomes and Inflammatory Disease: What Can Go Wrong with Host Defense
This week's lecturer is Dr. J. Alex Duncan, an infectious diseases specialist and physician scientist.
The Distinguished Medical Awards Selection Committee is now seeking nominations for the 2017 Distinguished Medical Alumni Awards, the Distinguished Service Award, and the Distinguished Faculty Award. Nominations will be accepted through Oct. 1.