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Investigators are Tracking America's Deadliest Killer: Tobacco Addiction

Investigators are Tracking America

Mike Eheler didn’t want to die and leave his wife and four kids without him. Like most smokers, he became addicted as a kid. He had smoked for 23 years, his grandmother had died from lung cancer, and now he could feel the toll on his health&mda...
7/18/2017 | Investigators are Tracking America's Deadliest Killer: Tobacco Addiction

New Line of Population Health Research Takes Guts

New Line of Population Health Research Takes Guts

The Survey of the Health of Wisconsin and War on Antibiotic Resistance in Wisconsin teams. “You know, if you’re going to poop anyway, you might as well get paid for it!” That’s Doug Esselman’s sales pitch for c...
7/18/2017 | New Line of Population Health Research Takes Guts

Mini Med School: Tools to Improve Physician-Patient Communication

Mini Med School: Tools to Improve Physician-Patient Communication

This tool helps physicians describe to patients and families the potential outcomes of two medical scenarios. Clear communication between health care providers, patients and families is perhaps more important today than at any time in history. B...
7/12/2017 | Mini Med School: Tools to Improve Physician-Patient Communication

Project Aims to Eliminate TB in Tibetan Children

Project Aims to Eliminate TB in Tibetan Children

Zorba Paster, MD (left), greets the Dalai Lama. Paster first invited the Delek Hospital Team to the UW Global Health Institute's Quality Improvement Institute, where they developed a TB project that attracted the Dalai Lama's support.  The ...
7/12/2017 | Project Aims to Eliminate TB in Tibetan Children

Perspectives: Patrick McBride Reflects on 30-Year Career

Perspectives: Patrick McBride Reflects on 30-Year Career

Patrick McBride has had a distinguished career as a Wisconsin Medical Alumni Association board member, physician, researcher, administrator and medical educator. I am so grateful for the privilege of working at the University of Wisconsin School...
6/19/2017 | Perspectives: Patrick McBride Reflects on 30-Year Career

New Center Aims to Bolster Interprofessional Health Education

New Center Aims to Bolster Interprofessional Health Education

On the west end of UW-Madison, the Health Sciences Learning Center (middle), Signe Skott Cooper Hall (bottom left) and Rennebohm Hall (bottom right) house the UW School of Medicine and Public Health, School of Nursing and School of Pharmacy, respecti...
4/10/2017 | New Center Aims to Bolster Interprofessional Health Education

 

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