Blog post from Mike Mackert on how the primary benefit of the Center for Health Communication is that it’s a “mile wide and a foot deep.”
I have always been quick to ask Google about almost anything that pops into my mind. After my daughter was born, I turned to Google (often at odd hours) in an attempt to navigate my new normal. This was especially true in the early weeks when I kept waking up with persistent wrist pain.
Tracy Solomon is a founding member of the Dell Med Society for Health and Women. The Society, which started in Sept. 2018, brings together passionate Austin, Texas community members with thought leaders from Dell Medical School to explore real issues affecting women’s health. Membership dues from the group support oncofertility initiatives at Dell Med.
We’ve been working on a project related to the Texas Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) for over a year now. The project is part of Texas’s efforts to combat the opioid epidemic and we’re specifically focused on promoting use of the Texas PMP as a tool for prescribers to make appropriate prescribing decisions.
Texas Health Catalyst supports in the translation of innovations to health products. Itzel Torres shares her observations about the program.
Meet the newest faculty and staff members who have joined our Department of Population Health family.
Blog post from Michael Mackert about upcoming events brought to you by the Center for Health Communication.