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Research funding from the National Institutes of Health to UAB totals nearly $300 million.
Kill the flu virus by following these tips on what to clean and how to disinfect commonly touched areas at home, school and work.
The scholars come from a range of backgrounds with various educational interests, including medicine, nursing, dentistry, pharmacology, social work and education.
The residency will provide more opportunities for patients to see trained nurse practitioners to receive mental healthcare at a time where there is a national shortage.
Before you buy a toy or let your little ones play with a gift, make sure you consider all potential safety hazards.
Protect yourself and others from spreading viruses like the flu during the holiday season by following these tips.
Frequent, proper handwashing is critical to helping protect yourself and others you come in contact with during flu season.
El sitio web – www.uab.edu/flu – tiene información sobre la vacuna contra la influenza, recursos de prevención y tratamiento, y videos en español con preguntas comunes sobre la vacuna, síntomas y donde conseguir ayuda.
Michael Faircloth, M.D., will take over for Cindy Selleck, Ph.D., who has served as the director since 2012.
The purpose of the federal grant is to train baccalaureate-prepared registered nurses so they are prepared to work and care for people in medically underserved areas.
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More than 103,000 donors have contributed to the university’s largest-ever fundraising initiative to bolster the campaign’s priorities — programmatic support, facilities, faculty, research and innovation, athletics, and student support.
Two UAB students have an idea to revolutionize health care. Will it survive a twisting, turning journey of discovery?
A team of UAB palliative care experts will provide a culturally based palliative care program provided through telehealth in three rural hospitals in the Southeast, and compare that to patients receiving regular care, to see if it helps reduce suffering for patients, increases patient and family quality of life, and reduces the burden of care for caregivers.
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