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2019 EDUCATION

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Women in Science: Jill Terrien elevates nursing education and practice

Women in Science: Jill Terrien elevates nursing education and practice

The Graduate School of Nursing’s Jill Terrien, PhD, advances interprofessional learning and health care as an education leader at UMass Medical School. Learn more in this Women in Science video.

UMMS marks Solidarity Week for Compassionate Patient Care

UMMS marks Solidarity Week for Compassionate Patient Care

The UMMS chapter of the Gold Humanism Honor Society will conduct advocacy and awareness activities funded by the award during the society’s Solidarity Week for Compassionate Patient Care.

UMass Medical School hosts high school Brain Bee on Saturday

UMass Medical School hosts high school Brain Bee on Saturday

The 13th annual Central Massachusetts Regional Brain Bee will take place on Saturday, Feb. 9, at UMass Medical School. Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences students Devyn Oliver and Monika Chitre have been tutoring Worcester Technical High School students in preparation for the competition.

Medical student John-Marc Austin awarded grant to improve LGBTQ+ health care curriculum

Medical student John-Marc Austin awarded grant to improve LGBTQ+ health care curriculum

School of Medicine student John-Marc Austin has been awarded a LGBTQ+ health disparities grant from the Massachusetts Medical Society to develop curriculum materials supporting comprehensive, accurate, nonbiased information about LGBTQ+ health and health care.

UMass Medical School announces 2019 Commencement speaker, honorary degree recipients

UMass Medical School announces 2019 Commencement speaker, honorary degree recipients

The 46th Commencement Exercises on Sunday, June 2, will recognize the accomplishments of Darrell G. Kirch, MD, president and chief executive officer of the Association of American Medical Colleges; Susan Coghlin Mailman, owner of Worcester’s Coghlin Electrical Contractors, Inc.; and Richard P. Kennedy, president of the Angel Fund for ALS Research.

Providence’s WJAR-TV/NBC 10 features UMass Medical School’s opioid safe-prescribing curriculum

Providence’s WJAR-TV/NBC 10 features UMass Medical School’s opioid safe-prescribing curriculum

A new report from WJAR-TV/NBC 10 of Providence highlights UMass Medical School’s Opioid Safe-prescribing Training Immersion program, which was recognized by the Association of American Medical Colleges last year with its Curricular Innovation Award.