Notable News for the Week: August 3rd, 2018
A new study finds that fear of litigation and safety concerns are key factors that influence the decision to perform a caesarean section.
An estimated 250,000 deaths per year in the US are attributed to medical errors. Research is being done to determine why these errors happen, and possibly what can be done to avoid them.
The medical school’s goal is to expand the workforce as well as diversity.
State-level policies and their impact on screening techniques and outcomes in breast cancer detection.
Medicare ratings have been lowered largely due to inadequate numbers of registered nurses.
Public health officials are working to build a better understanding of the diseases ticks carry, as scientists are working to develop preventative vaccines.