Introducing med+Design by Trig Introducing training modules that empower busy healthcare providers to create solutions through Design Thinking, med+Design by Trig. med+Design is the culmination of years of collaboration between Trig, a full service industrial design firm, and the University of North Carolina. The goal of this collaboration was to create a curriculum that uses … Read more
HYBRID Event: Zoom and MacNider 321 Join the Department of Health Sciences for its December 14 Research Forum, Applied Implementation Science: Improving Practice Monday Morning and Outcomes in the Future with Drs. Karen Erickson and Claire Greer from the Center for Literacy and Disability Studies. The event will be held in MacNider 321 and on Zoom. Please RSVP … Read more
The next Physician Compliance Coffee with Compliance Webinar is scheduled for Wednesday December 14th from noon to 1pm. This month Robin Shuping, Executive Director of Physician Compliance, and Noel Wagner, Associate Director Physician Compliance, will provide an overview of the CY 2023 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule Final Rule. The agenda includes a review of key highlights from the final rule … Read more
Advanced Practice Provider NCPD/CNE Live Webinar December 14 4:00–5:00 PM GVHD: An Overview of Graft vs Host Disease Post Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant Megan McElfresh, PA-C Megan McElfresh, PA-C, will provide an overview of the pathophysiology, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of graft vs host disease post hematopoietic stem cell transplant.
Dr. Schilling is a Child Abuse pediatrician, specializing in the evaluation and care of children who have suffered abuse or neglect. Her research focuses on mechanisms to prevent child abuse. Specifically Dr. Schilling studies the impact parenting programs can have increasing parental self-efficacy, effectiveness, and reducing severe discipline and abuse. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for Zoom details.
Summary of Seminar: Dr. Nguyen’s talk introduces an advanced approach to creating non-invasive therapeutic depots, using zipper-mediated crosslinking, and discusses engineering frameworks for scaffold-free delivery methods for cardiac repair. Furthermore, Dr. Nguyen will discuss the development of auxetic patches for dynamic organ repair. Current patches are generally not designed to conform to the complex mechanics … Read more
This will be the first in a series of training/discussion sessions surrounding the NIH Data Management & Sharing Policy, which will be required for all applications submitted beginning January 25, 2023. If you have specific questions or areas that you would like addressed, please email me at Heather_Skinner@med.unc.edu so that I may incorporate them
Patient Centered Care NCPD/CNE • ACPE • ASRT • CTR Live Webinar January 11 • 12:00–1:00 PM The Umbrella and the Kitchen Table: Providing Safe, Supportive Care for Cancer Patients Linnea Van Pelt, BSN, RN, CMSRN, OCN, LMBT Introduction and discussion of supportive care programs in a "home away from home" for patients during their cancer … Read more
Advanced Practice Provider NCPD/CNE Live Webinar January 18 4:00–5:00 PM "4:00–5:00 PM" Denise Spector, ANP, PhD, MPH, FAIHM Denise Spector, PhD, MPH, ANP, RYT, will provide an overview of integrative oncology which will include evidence-based strategies for helping to mitigate common cancer symptoms and cancer-treatment-related side effects, as well as strategies that may improve one's overall … Read more
The Women’s Health Multidisciplinary Consortium invites you to join us for this month’s Hot Topic Seminar, titled “Reproductive Injustice: Incarceration and Reproductive Health Across the Life Course" to be held on Tuesday, January 24th from 1:30pm - 2:30pm. Join us in-person in Bondurant G100 or virtually on Zoom (see flyer for link). Hang around 30 mins … Read more
Research to Practice CME • NCPD/CNE • ACPE • ASRT • CTR Live Webinar January 25 12:00–1:00 PM "12:00–1:00 PM" Jose G Guillem, MD, MPH, MBA Despite advancements in multimodality therapy and optimal surgery for rectal cancer, approximately 10% of patients will experience a local failure. Expert management of a local recurrence is extremely important, as … Read more
Klaus Hahn, Ph.D, is hosting a special seminar presentation featuring Professor of Biochemistry, Dr. Ben Goult, from the School of Biosciences at the University of Kent located in the United Kingdom. Dr. Goult is recognized for defining protein talin as a major mechanosensitive signaling hub, and more recently discovered that talin has “molecular memory” providing organisms with a the … Read more