Addressing harmful health misinformation is at the core of the work being done by educators across health professions.
Clearing up the ifs, whens, and whys of supplemental doses of the vaccine.
The end of summer and the start of school may spur a rise in COVID-19 cases. The good news: There are key steps you can take to protect yourself and your kids.
Most people now have immunity against severe disease and death due to COVID-19, but experts hope new vaccines will curb infections and prevent further mutations
Having adapted to meet patients’ health care needs during the pandemic, PCPs are now looking to eConsults as another tool to manage COVID-19 related issues.
Childhood vaccination rates in the U.S. have declined and experts say vaccine hesitancy could bring a resurgence of previously controlled diseases.
Innovative educational materials delivered by community partners of academic medicine can encourage individuals who haven’t yet, to get the shot.
Mask mandates have dropped and vaccines are widely available, but COVID-19 remains a dangerous virus.
A North Carolina Health System’s Strategy to Protect Migrant Workers in Rural Communities.
An AAMC-administered and CDC-grant-funded program helps academic medicine build trust with communities.