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Dr. Toby Campbell Receives Sojourns Scholars Award for Palliative Care

Dr. Toby Campbell Receives Sojourns Scholars Award for Palliative Care

Madison, Wisconsin - It’s not always about the cure. Wendy Kreps Peterson says that when she received the devastating news that her husband, Keith, was dying, UW Carbone Cancer Center palliative care expert Dr. Toby Campbell made all the d...
9/16/2014 | Dr. Toby Campbell Receives Sojourns Scholars Award for Palliative Care

Researchers Study Role of Cultural Diversity Awareness in Effective Mentoring

Researchers Study Role of Cultural Diversity Awareness in Effective Mentoring

Madison, Wisconsin - The nation needs a more diverse biomedical workforce.  To help advance that goal, a team of University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers will assess whether cultural-diversity training of research mentors makes a positive dif...
9/16/2014 | Researchers Study Role of Cultural Diversity Awareness in Effective Mentoring

UW Hospital Maintains National Ranking Through Family-Friendly Benefit Programs

UW Hospital Maintains National Ranking Through Family-Friendly Benefit Programs

Madison, Wisconsin – For the eighth year in a row, University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics has been named one of the top 100 employers for working parents by Working Mother magazine, the only publication dedicated to working parents. ...
9/16/2014 | UW Hospital Maintains National Ranking Through Family-Friendly Benefit Programs

What Parents Should Know About Enterovirus D68

What Parents Should Know About Enterovirus D68

Madison, Wisconsin - Parents have been seeing a lot in the news this week about Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68), the virus that has been causing respiratory illness in several states primarily among children, and even hospitalization among kids with se...
9/10/2014 | What Parents Should Know About Enterovirus D68

UW Study: Veterans Lag Behind in Adopting Smoke-Free Home Rules

UW Study: Veterans Lag Behind in Adopting Smoke-Free Home Rules

Madison, Wisconsin - The stresses of military duty shouldn’t be understated, but cigarette smoking as a coping mechanism leads to an addiction that can stick with veterans long after they return home. To make matters worse, a new study from the...
9/08/2014 | UW Study: Veterans Lag Behind in Adopting Smoke-Free Home Rules

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