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ACGME Releases New Program Requirements for Family Medicine

AAFP News sat down with AAFP Vice President of Medical Education Karen Mitchell, MD to discuss how the new requirements will affect residents, programs and their communities. AAFP News: What are some of the most significant changes in the new requirements supported by the AAFP? Mitchell: This is the biggest change in the teaching of …

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From left to right: David McConville, Lori Padilla, Manny Padilla, Jennifer Freeman

The OCD Program at Bradley Hospital Hosts a Meeting for Children and Families

EAST PROVIDENCE – Manny Padilla was around 8 years old when he started experiencing symptoms of obsessive-compulsive disorder. “I started having so much anxiety and I would just feel like throwing up, having an upset stomach, nosebleeds, all that stuff,” he said. “I thought there was something physically wrong with me. I thought I had …

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Professor Kristen Cardinal and biomedical engineering student Squeaky Buentipo

Cal Poly Receives $2.89 Million Grant for Undergraduate Program in Regenerative Medicine | Cal Poly News

SAN LUIS OBISPO — Cal Poly will receive $2.89 million from the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) to fund an undergraduate program focused on regenerative medicine. The initiative is part of CIRM’s Creating Opportunities Through Statewide Mentorship and Partnership in Stem Cell Science program, or COMPASS program. CIRM’s mission is to accelerate world-class science …

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James “Logan” Moyer addresses the board of commissioners during a presentation on addressing mental health within the department. (Courtesy Daniel Arizpe)

ESD #9 Harris County Moves Forward With Cy-Fair First Responder Mental Health Program

At the September 22 meeting of Harris County Emergency Services District No. 9, commissioners received a presentation on a new mental health support program and approved current budget requirements for implementing the plan. Officials created the program in response to growing concerns about stress on first responders. Paramedic James “Logan” Moyer pointed out how first …

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Amid youth mental health crisis and shortage of counsellors, SC creates new program for school staff

Amid youth mental health crisis and shortage of counsellors, SC creates new program for school staff

COLUMBIA, SC (WSPA) — Officials say Palmetto State schools have a new way to prepare teachers and other staff to support student mental health. On Wednesday morning, the Department of Psychology at the University of South Carolina launched the John H. Magill SC School Behavioral Health Academy (SBHA). According to officials, the SBHA will provide …

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Crispian Stewart: If you want to get fit, here's a great (free) place to start

Crispian Stewart: If you want to get fit, here’s a great (free) place to start

The Jogging the Powerpoles team at the Rotorua Marathon this year. Photo / Provided Hakinakina Community News is a weekly update on our own local community sports and athletes. OPINION: From our athletics office, the “Jogging the Powerpoles” summer programs are open for registration. The “JTP” is a free community fitness group offering workouts for …

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Pilot program improves workplace well-being and productivity of physician parents

September 26, 2022 2 minute read Source/Disclosures Source: Li J. Supporting Our Physician Parents (SOPPort): A Parental Wellness Pilot Program at Massachusetts General Hospital. Presented at: Women in Medicine Summit; September 16-17, 2022; Chicago. Disclosures: Li and Dichtel do not report any relevant financial information. ADD A SUBJECT TO EMAIL ALERTS Receive an email when …

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Juniata Students Intern with the Gift of Life Giving Program

Juniata Students Intern with the Gift of Life Giving Program

Since the first successful kidney transplant in 1954, organ and tissue donation has revolutionized medicine, continually expanding treatment options for once terminal illnesses. Shawna Cada ’23 of Reading and Jacob Sensenig ’23 of Hollidaysburg, both aspiring doctors, spent part of their summer at the forefront of medical advancement through an internship with Gift of Life …

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Florida school system studies Tom Brady's fitness plan in pilot program

Florida school system studies Tom Brady’s fitness plan in pilot program

A Florida school district is implementing a pilot fitness program created by NFL quarterback Tom Brady to promote healthy practices among students. The program is implemented in six middle schools and four high schools in Pinellas County schools, which are located west of the state and include the city of St. Petersburg. It was launched …

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Fort Knox MEDDAC hosts Cadets for summer internship program

Fort Knox MEDDAC welcomes cadets for summer internship program

“Our goal was to be ambassadors not just for military medicine, but for the military as a whole,” said Sgt. 1st Class Demetrius Roberson, noncommissioned officer in charge of preventive medicine for Fort Knox Medical Activity. “To prove that his choice to serve was the right one.” The Office of the Army Surgeon General sponsors …

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