Douglas Tyler, M.D., explains what he’s looking forward to as part of the incoming Master of Science in Health Care Transformation class of 2020.
Learners from UT Austin and Dell Medical School collaborated this spring to design biomedical devices with the potential to improve health and care.
See five key learnings from ex-FDA head Mark McClellan and HHS veteran Karen DeSalvo — both now members of the faculty at Dell Medical School — on health policy and reform.
Dell Med faculty, staff, residents and students learned about SAFE Alliance’s work at the school’s inaugural Community Connect series.
Joe and Kathleen Funk explain what they’re looking forward to as part of the incoming Master of Science in Health Care Transformation class of 2020.
Third-year neuroscience student Deepanjili Donthula created a communications class for health care students between taking some of her own.
Student organizers Brennan Lanier and Thomas Varkey recap the inaugural Global to Local conference hosted by the Global Health Interest Group at Dell Med.
The SHOUT Texas program at Dell Med hosted its first X-waiver training for Travis County practitioners to inform them about the opioid epidemic and interventions they may provide regardless of medical specialty.
Doctors can be misrepresented or harmed by quantitative measurements and numerical scales. While patient satisfaction matters, public ratings can be misleading.
The February Texas Health CoLab Learning Series featured a panel of speakers discussing practical information and considerations that impact health care startup work.
Mallory Culbert created a blog to help improve sex education for queer people.
A panel of local health entrepreneurs discussed their path in health entrepreneurship and shared their insights for the November Texas Health CoLab Learning Series.
It’s important to weigh the pros and cons of technology in the classroom and think about how it can best be used to enhance student learning.
With help from the Texas Health CoLab, work by a UT Austin research team on a “game changer” technology is in the process of being commercialized.
Health in the context of serious illness is often about maintaining a sense of control, and yet often sudden events seem to create chaos for patients and families.