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Students and alumni continue their legacy of leadership at AMWA's Annual Meeting.
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German researchers launch innovative gender medicine database
More than 11,000 articles
incorporating sex and/or gender-specific research.
Harvard University Symposia and Exhibition on gender and medicine
April 7-18: Giving Care and Taking Control: Selections from the Schlesinger Library
April 10-11: Symposia: Who decides? Gender, medicine and the public's health
Major changes needed for how the FDA approves medical products
Phyllis Greenberger, CEO of the Society of Women's Health Research (SWHR) will speak to the FDA to encourage increased representation of women and minorities in clinical trials.
Inside the brothels
New York Times
Nicholas Kristof writes seven stories about sex trafficking that he wrote over the past 18 years, the ones he cannot forget — a highlight reel of inspiration and heartbreak at once.
Alzheimer's disease regulatory science fellowship offered
The Reagan-Udall Foundation (RUF)
A two-year Regulatory Science Fellowship focused in the area of Alzheimer’s Disease.
Affordable Care Act may actually lead to fewer clinical visits
By Pamela Lewis Dolan
With an estimated 30 million people expected to gain insurance coverage through the Affordable Care Act, there has been much speculation about where those patients will go for care.
Connecting primary care, public health is focus of practical playbook
For decades, the medical and public health communities each have struggled to fight the illnesses that threaten population health and boost overall healthcare costs.
CDC reports: HAI rates improving, but much work remains
On any given day, approximately 1 in 25 U.S. patients has at least one infection contracted during hospital care, adding up to about 722,000 infections in 2011.
As health system complexities rise, a new industry emerges
By Pamela Lewis Dolan
If you want to learn about the complexities of the modern healthcare delivery system, there's no better person to ask than a physician.
How electronic patient records can slow physician productivity
Healthcare providers everywhere are adopting electronic medical records, but some doctors report a disturbing side effect.
Affordable Care Act's deadline day arrives — now what?
By Ross Lancaster
March 31 marked the last day of open enrollment under the Affordable Care Act.
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