UAB is one of only three hospitals in the United States to receive a three-star ranking in each of the five categories of surgery.
New guidelines suggest exercise and cognitive training can help lower the risk of dementia for those with mild cognitive impairment.
Of the 15 million people living with cancer in the United States in 2016, 62 percent were 65 years or older. A new study from researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham sheds light on the factors that affect health-related quality of life in older adults with cancer.
UAB and UAB Medicine have begun the enterprise implementation of OnCore, a management system for clinical trials and study-related information. The system is being expanded across the School of Medicine in three waves, with the first wave focused on the Department of Medicine.
Bradley Wills, M.D., a PGY-4 resident in the UAB Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, won first place for his poster titled, "Outcomes with Overlapping Surgery at a Large Academic Medical Center."
A new collaboration between the University of Alabama at Birmingham 1917 Clinic and Birmingham AIDS Outreach will expand the BAO nutrition services program to improve the health of patients living with HIV.
Turning down the lights and reducing noise levels as part of a stimulation reduction initiative can decrease assaults and the amount of time patients must spend in restraint at psychiatric intensive care units, according to new research from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham and Proton International have secured funding for the UAB Proton Therapy Center. The facility will be the first proton therapy center in the state of Alabama. UAB and Proton International expect to break ground in January 2018 and open the facility in approximately two years.
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