A lunchtime discussion by four experts Feb. 9 will focus on the acute shortage of health care workers and possible solutions. The event will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in room 590 at the UW-Milwaukee School of Public Health, 1240 N. 10th St., Milwaukee.
UWM professor Melinda Kavanaugh helped develop a new training tool to help health care practitioners deal with their discomfort and better support patients when announcing a diagnosis such as ALS.
Sandra Millon Underwood has been named to the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, an independent panel of national experts that works to improve the health of Americans by making recommendations about clinical preventive services, such as screenings, behavioral counseling and preventive medications.
While the James and Yvonne Ziemer Clinical Simulation Center went into use this fall, the university showcased and celebrated the 22,000-square-foot facility at the Northwest Quadrant this week.
A research team at UWM has found new information that points to the reason why estrogen therapy helps only some women. The answer may lie in the genes.
Libraries are often at the center of their communities, providing important services. That exposed the people who work there to unusual pressures over the past two years, UWM researcher Abigail Phillips found.
The new center offers students facilities that match what they’ll experience in their profession and will help address a looming shortage of nurses in Wisconsin.
The UWM Research Foundation has recently awarded Catalyst Grant funding totaling $150,000 for UWM research projects that focus on new treatments for human health.
A team of researchers from UWM is using a unique tool view the interaction between proteins to figure out why sometimes cancerous tumors are suppressed and other times are allowed to grow and spread.
For many people, the cost of a device to help them hear what everyone else is hearing is too much to bear. Yi Hu, an associate professor of electrical engineering at UWM, is hoping to change that.