Nearly 140 trainees recently completed their respective residency or fellowship programs. Several of the graduates will remain on campus for further training or to begin professional practice.
Phyllis Hendry, MD, a tenured professor of emergency medicine and pediatrics, won this year’s Robert C. Nuss Researcher/Scholar Award, given to a faculty member with an outstanding record of current research.
Securing more funding for graduate medical education was a hot topic during Medical Education Day, which also featured awards and a simulation competition. Mobeen Rathore, MD, a professor and associate chair of pediatrics, led the discussion on GME funding.
The Pain Assessment and Management Initiative (PAMI): A Patient Safety Project is being developed to advance pain recognition and treatment in acute-care settings.
UF Health opened its state-of-the-art medical complex in north Jacksonville Feb. 17, bringing a wide range of services to the residents of northern Duval County, Nassau County and Southeast Georgia.
The public is invited to an upcoming town hall meeting in Jacksonville that will feature new research on marijuana use among youth.
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