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Traci Bratton

Traci Bratton

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Patricia M. Speck, DNSc, CRNP

Child abuse • Sexual assault • Domestic violence • Child abuse prevention • Domestic violence and sexual assault prevention• PTSD • Helping survivors of child abuse, domestic violence or sexual assault recover and thrive

Lisa McCormick, DrPH

Disaster and emergency management • Emergency preparedness and response • Public health crisis preparedness and response • Responding to natural disasters

English professor awarded for book written on the depth of legal knowledge within 17th-century literature.
In addition to professional treatments, your dentist can counsel you on at-home fluoride options, like a special mouthwash, Augusto Robles, D.D.S., assistant professor in the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Dentistry, tells SELF.
Participating campers can explore a variety of fun activities while out of school during the one-day camp.
Just beause your mind is adrift doesn't mean your mind has to be, too.
This week at UAB, it's about homecoming, heartfelt hilarity and hope and healing.
The School of Nursing’s Master and Doctor of Nursing Practice programs are ranked eighth in the nation, with two graduate specialties ranked among the top 10 and two among the top 15 in the country.
UAB diversity programs and initiatives create an environment where everyone has an opportunity to succeed.
In the study, led by George Howard, Dr.P.H., a biostatistics professor at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, researchers studied individuals over the age of 45 over a period of 10 years and looked to identify risk factors associated with the higher likelihood of developing high blood pressure in the study participants.
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