Yale Selects 2 UCF Medical Students for Training in Substance-Abuse Treatment
The program aims to increase patient care for minorities suffering from substance abuse and associated mental health disorders.
From My First-hand Experience, Unhealthy Sugar Habit is Hard to Break
“We need to recognize the concerns that sugar places upon our quality of life,” writes Syretta Spears, an assistant director of the UCF Simulation, Technology, Innovation and Modeling Center .
‘If You Think Research Is Expensive, Try Disease’
Medicine has made great advances, but it has not addressed “unconscionable inequities” in health care, says speaker at the College of Medicine.
KNIGHTS Clinic Moves To New, Larger Facility
Scores of uninsured Central Florida residents who rely on a UCF student-run clinic for their healthcare now have a new, more spacious location for their…
College of Medicine Students Teach Health Literacy
As Lake Nona High School eleventh grader Juliana Guerrero studied the nutrition facts on the labels of some of her favorite snacks, she was shocked…
3 UCF Faculty Honored as New Fellows of the American Academy of Nursing
Each was selected for their significant contributions to nursing theory, practice and science.
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