The College of Community Health Sciences is responding to changing needs in health care by offering more fellowships for family medicine physicians.
One ride could be the difference between life and death. That is the lesson recent University of Alabama graduate Daniel Marbury learned by studying ambulance response times in Alabama as part of a student research project he conducted at the College’s Institute for Rural Health Research.
Please join us for the May Winternitz Conference on Tuesday, May 3rd at 12:15 p.m. Michael Taylor, M.D. will present “Child Abuse, Past & Present: An Overwiew of Children’s Rights Through the Ages.”
The University of Alabama Institute for Rural Health Research will host the 12th Annual Rural Health Conference, “Rural Mental Health: Tackling the Silent Epidemic,” April 25 – 26, 2011, at the Bryant Conference Center on The University of Alabama campus.
Look at the color of most health care maps and it will show a large percentage of Alabama’s population suffers from heart disease, stroke and cancer. Most of these chronic diseases are preventable or controllable. Intervention and prevention can make a difference. Primary care can change Alabama’s color’s on the map. Please watch our video […]