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Beth Anne Scharle was recently awarded the Major Clinical Year Outstanding Teacher Award for her work teaching medical students and residents in AIM.
Dr. Jason Adelman, Chief Patient Safety Officer for NewYork-Presbyterian and Columbia University Irving Medical Center briefly describes his wrong-patient pictograph research for Public Health Minute.
Columbia Division of General Medicine Faculty Andrew Moran and House Staff Collaborators Release New 2000-2016 World Heart Federation Global Atlas of Cardiovascular Disease
Source:American Thoracic Society
Dr. Elizabeth Oelsner's research has found that a common biomarker for kidney disease may also indicate COPD.
- September 21, 2018
The Patient Safety Research Program oversees a fellowship for training clinician-researchers in the field of patient safety. Dr. Kneifati-Hayek is the first of many fellows, joining the growing team.
Source:KCRAJanuary 17, 2018
Dr. Jose Luchsinger analyzes the health effects of Extra Virgin Olive Oil.
Source:Huffington PostOctober 4, 2017
Dr. Ariel Pablos-Mendez addresses commonly overlooked and neglected tropical diseases.
Source:MedscapeMay 19, 2017
Dr. Jose Luchsinger analyzes the impact of longterm Metformin use.
Source:Wall StreetSeptember 25, 2016
Wall Street Journal explains the prevalence of medical/patient safety errors more common than previously thought.
Source:New York TimesAugust 3, 2015
More than 80 percent of neonatal intensive-care units (or NICUs) use temporary first names for patients, which may lead to errors. Changing this procedure can significantly reduce such errors.