Almost all clinicians will take on leadership responsibilities during their career, yet most of their training focuses on patient care rather than building leadership skills. To fill this gap, the Wake Forest Interprofessional Leaders in Health Care (ILHC) program helps students identify their personal leadership and communication styles and build the confidence and esteem they will need as practicing clinicians.
The program, now in its fifth year, serves about 30 medical, physician assistant and…
A multisite research team from Wake Forest University School of Medicine, the University of California, Irvine and University of Wisconsin – Madison has discovered that brain inflammation may link Alzheimer’s disease risk with sleep disturbance. This finding may aid early detection and prevention efforts by identifying novel treatment targets at preclinical stages.
Brain inflammation, sleep disturbance and disrupted brain waves have all been associated with Alzheimer’s disease, but the interactions…
Although many programs have been implemented to prevent and improve access to treatment for opioid addiction, there is not much discussion on the effects the epidemic has had on its smallest victims. Expectant mothers with opioid-related diagnoses documented at delivery increased by 131% from 2010-2017, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The incidence of babies born with neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) increased by 82% nationally over the same period.
Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist has received a two-year $380,000 grant from Teen Cancer America and First Citizens Bank to support programs for teens and young adults with cancer.
The grant enables Wake Forest Baptist to develop an oncology program specifically for adolescents and young adults (AYA) undergoing cancer treatment at their NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center and at Brenner Children’s Hospital. Funding helps support a medical program manager, patient navigator and medical…
Using an affiliate called Rising Tide Investments, Nate Paul is buying back key pieces of the World Class Holdings portfolio that had fallen into bankruptcy. The latest: a huge tract on South Congress Avenue, for which Rising Tide won an auction with a $95.1 million bid. The firm has until the end of August to complete the deal.
Using an affiliate called Rising Tide Investments, Nate Paul's World Class Holdings is buying back key pieces of its portfolio that had fallen into bankruptcy. The latest: a huge tract on South Congress Avenue, for which Rising Tide won an auction with a $95.1 million bid. The firm has until the end of August to complete the deal.
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