Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy welcomes Anna Deavere Smith to Houston for evening of community outreach Yesterday The Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy at Baylor College of Medicine presents an evening with Anna Deavere Smith, featuring her performance of Let Me Down Easy, a docudrama examining the body as it relates to health and human existence.
Baylor College of Medicine rises in ranks of healthiest workplaces for 2016 Oct 18, 2016 Baylor College of Medicine has been recognized as a 2016 Healthiest 100 Workplace in America for its commitment to employee health and exceptional wellness programming.
If the shoe doesn’t fit: how to avoid runner’s toe Oct 18, 2016 Dr. Ronald Lepow offers some prevention methods that runners can take to help avoid toenail loss.
Frontline strategies to reduce misdiagnosis in hospitalized patients Oct 17, 2016 Researchers proposed a pragmatic framework of strategies to reduce errors of diagnosis in hospitalized patients in a paper published today in Annals of Internal Medicine.
Baylor’s Dr. Brendan Lee to debut virtual integrative genetic services platform at ASHG conference Oct 14, 2016 Dr. Brendan Lee will debut Consultagene, a new, innovative virtual platform for genetics services, at this year’s American Society of Human Genetics conference in Vancouver Oct. 18-22.
Higher flu vaccine suggested for adults over the age of 65 Oct 5, 2016 For elderly adults, getting a flu shot is essential to maintaining good health.
Local breast cancer foundation gifts $20,000 donation to support clinical trials Oct 3, 2016 The Kathy S. Harkey Breast Cancer Foundation presented a check to Baylor College of Medicine in support of its efforts to develop and execute clinical trials in the quest for a breast cancer cure.
Expert offers tips on how to keep calm when talking about politics Sep 27, 2016 Dr. James Lomax offers advice on having calm workplace discussions about politics during a divisive election season.
Baylor’s Evenings with Genetics program announces October seminar Sep 26, 2016 Evenings with Genetics returns on October 4 with a discussion on myotonic dystrophy, a genetic disorder characterized by progressive muscle weakness.
Identifying barriers to basic science research among academic surgeons Sep 22, 2016 Analysis: Clinical demands, work-life balance and increased administrative duties are the three main factors impeding surgeons’ ability to be successful in basic science research: