Holiday celebrations are immovable traditions in many families; unfortunately, an irresistible force is afoot this year. While many health care officials recommend avoiding large gatherings to reduce the spread of COVID-19, no one wants to be known as the person who canceled Christmas. Experts at UMMC explain how to make the best of this “no-win” situation.
The extension of a pediatric cannabidiol drug trial at the Medical Center, approved by the Food and Drug Administration, will allow further study of the cannabis-derived drug’s safety and effectiveness in treating seizures in children. The trial was first approved for 10 patients in 2018.
When Center for Telehealth patients use WiFi to remotely transmit sensitive health information to their caregivers, they don't have to worry their data will be compromised because of proprietary monitoring equipment. But not all national telehealth programs use such devices. That's why the center has been tapped to help author a cybersecurity manual for other programs.
Several interesting events are scheduled for the upcoming week at the Medical Center.
Medical Center leadership is proud to announce the following addition to its faculty and leadership staff.
Medical Center leadership is proud to acknowledge those employees who will celebrate service anniversaries during the week of Dec. 14-20.