A new tool will better connect the Universities of Wisconsin with the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services to help streamline the state licensing process for health care workers.
The number of people in the United States who are caring for aging family members has skyrocketed in recent years, but public policy hasn’t caught up. That was the focus of a gathering at UWM recently.
UWM is offering a new master’s of public health degree track in nutrition and dietetics that will prepare graduates to take the exam needed to become a registered dietitian nutritionist, one of only two such programs in dietetics in the Milwaukee area.
The collaboration is designed to train a new generation of researchers by pairing classroom training with hands-on experience as students work alongside mentors from the Cancer Center.
The effects of experiencing a traumatic event vary widely, sometimes affecting victims with severe PTSD. UWM neuroscientist Christine Larson is exploring why.
The study, led by UWM researcher Keith A. Dookeran, found disproportionately higher effects among white newborns whose mothers are Medicaid enrollees and have the lowest income.
The funding, the largest gift in university history, will help continue to advance health equity on behalf of the people of Milwaukee by supporting two endowments: the Zilber Faculty Excellence Fund and the Vera Zilber Student Program Fund.
The Helen Bader School of Social Welfare’s Office of Applied Gerontology is presenting a virtual workshop as part of the 2023 World Elder Abuse Awareness Day June 8.
These 29 students were able to complete their Bachelor of Science in nursing at the Waukesha campus under a program started in fall 2021.
There’s a severe shortage both in Wisconsin and nationwide of nurses who have specialized training and education to work with patients who have experienced sexual assault, abuse or incest.