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cme update

CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION GRAND ROUNDS Grand Rounds is a monthly lecture in the traditional style of case-based presentations. Presenters use an interactive approach to teaching by asking questions, posing dilemmas, challenging thinking, and soliciting attendees’ expertise. Grand Rounds is open to health care professionals and is held in Willard Auditorium at DCH Regional Medical Center. […]

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May is Mental Health Awareness Month at University Medical Center

University Medical Center, the community medical practice run by the College of Community Health Sciences, observed Mental Health Awareness during the month of May. In addition to fact sheets distributed to patients in its clinics, and digital signage placed throughout the building and across campus, each week in May featured a special WVUA Health Matters […]

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Accolades for Drs. Drake Lavender, Ed Geno & Cecil Robinson

Dr. Drake Lavender, assistant professor in the College’s Department of Family, Internal, and Rural Medicine, was re-elected to a three-year term on the Council on Medical Education for the Medical Association of the State of Alabama. He was also elected chair of the council for 2018-19. In addition to his faculty position, Lavender also serves […]

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Boxmeyer completes leadership program

Dr. Caroline Boxmeyer, assistant dean for Academic Affairs Medical for the College of Community Health Sciences, completed Leadership U, a University of Alabama program that prepares faculty and staff in leadership positions to assume increasing levels of responsibility within their organizations and to be forward-thinking – anticipating future challenges and envisioning opportunities for success. During […]

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Medical students honored, receive awards at banquet

Medical students honored, receive awards at banquet Twenty-six medical students were honored at the College of Community Health Sciences Senior Banquet on Friday, May 18, at the Tuscaloosa River Market. The students, now physicians, will soon begin their residency training in programs across 11 states. The students completed the third and fourth years of medical […]

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Substance Abuse Topic of Rural Health Conference

Substance abuse in Alabama and the US was the topic of the 19th Annual Rural Health Conference held April 25-26 at the Bryant Conference Center on The University of Alabama campus. The annual Rural Health Conference is hosted by the College of Community Health Sciences and its Institute for Rural Health Research. This year’s conference, […]

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Baltimore Ravens Linebacker C.J. Mosley Praises Dr. Robinson

Dr. James Robinson, endowed chair for Sports Medicine for the College of Community Health Sciences and team physician for the UA Athletic Department, was mentioned in a recent episode of Bama Cuts, a series of casual conversations between UA football players, coaches and former players at the barbershop inside the Mal Moore Facility. In an […]

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All of Us Research Program at University Medical Center

The College of Community Health Sciences kicks off its participation in the national All of Us Research Program on May 10 at University Medical Center. All of Us is part of the National Institutes of Health’s effort to advance research into precision medicine. The CCHS kickoff, scheduled from 2 pm to 6 pm, features the […]

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From Research to Action: Taking Your Research Beyond the Journal

Dr. Lilanta Bradley, a post-doctoral fellow with the Institute for Rural Health Research, participated in a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation funded symposium that brings together scholars from historically underrepresented groups working in fields that intersect with health and health care. The Institute for Rural Health Research is part of the College of Community Health Sciences. […]