Yolaine Civil worked with Doctors Without Borders in the CAR to improve health care in the region.
Posts Tagged: health care
Right-to-life groups criticized the University for publishing a guide for health-care and social service providers on accessing abortion in Illinois.
Problems surrounding the Affordable Care Act are just now springing up.
If activists want to see a trauma center on the South Side, they may want to take their cause to City Hall.
UCPD’s actions speak to wider structual inequalities in our society.
Health education programs are not a solution to the South Side’s structural disadvantages.
A trauma center wouldn’t fill pressing South Side health needs.
“One beautiful fact about the United States is that the founders were scared of absolute power and sought to guarantee… Read more »
GOP fixation on repealing Affordable Care Act misses its market-friendly qualities.
Obamacare’s individual mandate threatens the foundations of freedom in America.
Current public health care
spending is misguided
Internal medicine residents are now equipped with iPads slung around their necks in an effort to keep residents at the bedside—and away from time-consuming stationary computers.
Medical director to consolidate services, move SCC
Provident Hospital would focus on outpatient and preventative care services if the plan, which faces strong opposition from the community, is approved.
The University’s grants, announced Wednesday by President Barack Obama, range from $10,000 to $5.6 million. One hundred researchers were awarded funding based on proposals by individual faculty members. Many of the grants went to projects that aim to create cheaper and more efficient ways to conduct research and investigate health issues.