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06/13/2024

Minnesota Northstar Geriatrics Workforce Enhancement Program (MN-GWEP) and Dr. Keith Henry recently launched an HIV and Aging toolkit for health professional students to learn how to provide the highest quality care for older adults with HIV. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3XkHabi

06/12/2024

Kandeija Bagurusi, BS, from the Medical School and Connor Oetzmann, MHA, from the School of Public Health are working with Wilderness Health to create policy briefs to help policymakers create changes that will enhance access to quality health care for those living in rural areas. Learn more: https://bit.ly/45iHF7L

06/05/2024

The Masonic Cancer Center (MCC) is boosting STEM training to open career pathways for young students.Their M-ASCEND program is working to support underrepresented students, with 80% staying in science fields. Learn more about how the MCC is training the next generation of health professionals at: https://bit.ly/4aIiY5C

06/02/2024

Grace and Minda have been working with Wayside Recovery Center to create a reference guide of resources for women who have completed their time at Wayside and are ready to return to their homes. Learn more at: https://bit.ly/3R7MURD

06/01/2024

Claire, Nhi, and Margaret are working with EA Therapeutic Health to use data to determine the effectiveness of treatments and educate insurance companies on the positive outcomes for patients' quality of life and . Learn more at: https://bit.ly/3x6wYZ0

06/01/2024

Adebayo and Sara have been working with the Mobile Health Initiative to create resource guides for stress and anxiety self-management practices to share with providers to use with patients attending events. Learn more at: https://bit.ly/3UYde1T

05/31/2024

Tess and Guldamla have been working with Allina Health to develop and conduct mental health and well-being training for employees. Learn more about their experience: https://bit.ly/3V0JtNU

05/31/2024

The Center for Interprofessional Health’s Affiliate Faculty & Ambassador Program brings together community health professionals and the University to enrich their experience in interprofessional education, practice, and research. Learn more about this year's participants: https://bit.ly/4aFzLWT

05/30/2024

M Simulation's surgical simulation fellowship provides a foundation for creating leaders in developing, evaluating, and delivering surgical education curricula enhanced through simulation technologies. Learn more about M Simulation's newest surgical simulation fellow: https://bit.ly/4bVP6nb

05/30/2024

The Minnesota Geriatrics ECHO offers a virtual community for educating health professionals on topics designed to improve the quality of life for older adults and improving operational outcomes for Minnesota's nursing homes

05/29/2024

Six community leaders from rural have been chosen to work to address and improve access to health services in Minnesota's rural communities through the 2024-25 Project REACH program. Learn more at: https://bit.ly/3X8pgIq

05/20/2024

What physical activities can women do to protect their brain health? Hear more from Dr. Dereck Salisbury from the Nursing School

05/19/2024

How does estrogen affect brain health in women? Hear more from Dr. Dereck Salisbury from the Nursing School

05/19/2024

How can I prevent cognitive decline? Hear more from Dr. Quinton Cotton from the School of Public Health

05/18/2024

How can we age well with a healthy brain? Hear more from Dr. Joseph E. Gaugler from the School of Public Health

05/18/2024

Are there brain health benefits of using a sauna? Hear more from Dr. Joseph E. Gaugler from the School of Public Health

05/17/2024

What dementia research is being done specifically for Latino populations? Hear more from Dr. Quinton Cotton from the School of Public Health

05/17/2024

As we age, how can we maintain a high quality of life? Hear more from Dr. Dereck Salisbury from the School of Nursing

05/16/2024

Do certain medications reduce the risk for dementia? Hear more from Dr. Joseph E. Gaugler from the School of Public Health

05/16/2024

Does dementia or Alzheimer's disease cause depression? Hear more from Dr. Joseph E. Gaugler from the School of Public Health

05/15/2024

How do antidepressants affect cognition in aging? Hear more from Dr. Dereck Salisbury from the School of Nursing

05/15/2024

What can the U.S. learn from other countries who have a better life expectancy? Hear more from Dr. Quinton Cotton from the School of Public Health

05/12/2024

Does culture play a role in diagnosing attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)? Hear more from Dr. Lidia Zylowska from the Medical School.

05/12/2024

Has research shown what may be causing so many Somali children to develop autism? Hear more from Dr. Jed Elison from the Institute for Child Development

05/11/2024

Is autism caused by genetic variation or by environmental sources? Hear more from Dr. Jed Elison from the Institute for Child Development

05/11/2024

Does past trauma lead to attentional issues? Hear more from Dr. Lidia Zylowska from the Medical School

05/10/2024

Can obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and autism co-occur in children? Hear more from Dr. Jed Elison from the Institute of Child Development

05/10/2024

Can obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) occur with other psychiatric syndromes? Hear more from Dr. Sophia Vinogradov from the Medical School

05/09/2024

How can mindfulness practices be used in an attention-divided world with social media, internet, etc.? Hear more from Dr. Lidia Zylowska from the Medical School

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