Topic: Health and Medicine

Simulation for Assessment and Recertification

Associate Dean for Simulation Programs Dr. Jeffrey Groom, co-chair of the Simulation Subcommittee for the NBCRNA Evaluation and Research Advisory Committee (ERAC), took part in a three-day meeting in Chicago.

Simulation for Assessment and Recertification

Associate Dean for Simulation Programs Dr. Jeffrey Groom, co-chair of the Simulation Subcommittee for the NBCRNA Evaluation and Research Advisory Committee (ERAC), took part in a three-day meeting in Chicago.


Fighting a trafficking epidemic

Miller School of Medicine professor JoNell Potter testifies before a Congressional subcommittee on human trafficking.

Fighting a trafficking epidemic

Miller School of Medicine professor JoNell Potter testifies before a Congressional subcommittee on human trafficking.



The ‘double environmental injustice’ of climate change

As more hazardous hurricanes affect more disadvantaged populations, climate and public health experts raise their voices in alarm.

The ‘double environmental injustice’ of climate change

As more hazardous hurricanes affect more disadvantaged populations, climate and public health experts raise their voices in alarm.



Tips for coping with holiday stress

The University’s Faculty and Staff Assistance Program provides year-round support, including one-on-one consultations and seminars.

Tips for coping with holiday stress

The University’s Faculty and Staff Assistance Program provides year-round support, including one-on-one consultations and seminars.




‘All of Us’ research program marks successful first year

Led by the Miller School of Medicine, the southeast region has enrolled more than 14,000 volunteers in the national landmark study

‘All of Us’ research program marks successful first year

Led by the Miller School of Medicine, the southeast region has enrolled more than 14,000 volunteers in the national landmark study


Putting the spotlight on human trafficking

University of Miami Miller School of Medicine students hung 3,000 posters in Wynwood last weekend to raise awareness about human trafficking.

Putting the spotlight on human trafficking

University of Miami Miller School of Medicine students hung 3,000 posters in Wynwood last weekend to raise awareness about human trafficking.




Finding your place at the U

A UM student retention task force is working to ensure that all first-year students feel at home.

Finding your place at the U

A UM student retention task force is working to ensure that all first-year students feel at home.


Health and hope for Miami’s homeless

A new School of Nursing and Health Studies’ initiative delivers critical health care for Miami’s homeless population while engendering empathy in students and building community partnerships.

Health and hope for Miami’s homeless

A new School of Nursing and Health Studies’ initiative delivers critical health care for Miami’s homeless population while engendering empathy in students and building community partnerships.