Health Matters Health Matters Stanford Medicine
Health Matters—Stanford Medicine’s free virtual community event—showcases world-renowned physicians and health care experts presenting the latest medical innovations and …
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MD-MPH Program MD-MPH Program Stanford Medicine
(6 days ago) Public Health Nutrition Global Health Often students who want to pursue an MPH during their medical education take a year off after completion of their 1st year of clinical rotations and enroll in MPH programs geared specifically towards students who have earned or are concurrently enrolled in …
Stanford Health Care ranked among top hospitals nationwide
(3 days ago) Stanford Health Care has been named to U.S. News & World Report’s 2021-22 Best Hospitals Honor Roll, which recognizes the 20 highest-performing hospitals nationwide across a variety of medical specialties, procedures and conditions. It is the seventh year in a row that Stanford Health Care has made the honor roll. “During a time of unprecedented challenges in health care and public health
Department of Epidemiology and Population Health
(7 days ago) Epidemiology is the study of the distribution, determinants and control of illness and impairment in human populations. It is the cornerstone of population health, and informs policy decisions and evidence-based medicine by identifying risk factors for disease and targets for treatment and prevention.
Master's Programs Stanford Medicine Stanford Medicine
(6 days ago) Master of Science in Clinical Informatics Management (MCiM) MCiM is a 12-month interdisciplinary program designed for working professionals seeking to advance the digital transformation of health care and care delivery. Harnessing Stanford’s expertise across medicine, business, and technology, MCiM prepares leaders and emerging leaders to
Researchers chart path to drastically lower administrative
(6 days ago) The researchers’ model is designed to address those challenges. The results of the study were published March 31 in Health Services Research.Schulman is the senior author. The lead author is mathematician David Scheinker, PhD, clinical associate professor of pediatrics and director of system utilization research for Stanford Medicine. The study builds on earlier research by Schulman and
Stanford Medicine and Sutter Health to jointly provide
(9 days ago) Sutter Health and Stanford Medicine have formalized a joint venture between the two health systems to expand access to coordinated, state-of-the-art cancer services for patients and their families in the East Bay. The Stanford Medicine | Sutter Health Cancer Collaborative will offer residents and their families an integrated and comprehensive suite of outpatient cancer-related services
Advances in Serodiagnostic Testing for Lyme Disease Are at
(Just Now) Spring Harbor Laboratory and 23Wadsworth Center, New York State Department of Health, Albany; 24Department of Medicine, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School The cause of Lyme disease, Borrelia burgdorferi, was discovered in 1983. A 2-tiered testing protocol was established for serodiag-
Stanford Medicine scientists hope to use data from
(2 days ago) Stanford Medicine researchers and their collaborators, Fitbit and Scripps Research, are launching a new effort that aims to detect early signs of viral infection through data from smartwatches and other wearable devices.. By using wearable devices to measure things such as heart rate and skin temperature, which are known to elevate when the body is fighting off an infection, the team seeks to
Eating Disorders Clinic Department of Psychiatry and
(6 days ago) Eating Disorders Clinic. The Eating Disorders Clinic provides comprehensive outpatient medical and psychiatric evaluation, treatment, and follow-up for children, teens, and young adults (ages 10-24) with eating disorders. Please visit the Adult Eating and Weight Disorders Program page for a description of services for adults with eating and
Clinical Effectiveness Leadership Training (CELT
(4 days ago) Dear Colleagues, As members of Stanford Medicine, we experience the increasing complexity of the healthcare delivery system. High quality care consists of more than clinician-patient interactions and relies on the integration of multiple systems and care teams …
Health care leaders on how pandemic is changing medicine
(8 days ago) Health care leaders on how pandemic is changing medicine. Stanford Health Care President and CEO David Entwistle spoke with other health care leaders on how the coronavirus pandemic has challenged their organizations and their communities, and how it could alter health care. Feb 8 2021. The COVID-19 pandemic has led to an explosion of video
Study provides glimpse into health of ultramarathon
(1 days ago) Study provides glimpse into health of ultramarathon runners. Jan 8 2014. Pete Aylward. Researchers have recently published the baseline findings of a longitudinal study on the health of ultrarunners. Above, runners participate in a 100-kilometer ultramarathon in Britain. For some runners, a …
Humanities and Medicine: Growing the Heart and Mind of
(1 days ago) Medicine is the most human of the sciences. The physician-patient relationship is at the heart of medical practice. Developments in science, technology, and the economics of health care, while essential to the medicine and the delivery of care, also pose significant challenges to the nature, quality, and maintenance of this relationship and to medicine as discipline.
About Metabolic Health Center Stanford Medicine
(7 days ago) The Metabolic Health Center is founded on the notion that metabolic profiling has the potential to detect health problems earlier than ever before possible and with a greater level of precision thanks to modern technologies. We believe metabolic phenotyping will provide mechanistic insight into human development and disease and suggest
Stanford Hospital Medicine
(3 days ago) Stanford Hospital Medicine has 5 sections: Each group is comprised of “a diverse group of talented physicians who strive for excellence in the domains of inpatient care, the education of housestaff and students, quality improvement initiatives at the local, regional, and national level, and medical education and clinical research endeavors.”
Community Health Symposium Office of Community
(8 days ago) March 31, 2021. RECORDINGS BELOW! Since 2002, the Community Health Symposium at Stanford School of Medicine has served to showcase the work of Stanford students, trainees, staff, faculty and community partners in underserved communities in California and around the world. This symposium is an opportunity to celebrate and elevate the incredible
Mental Health CARE Stanford Medicine
(3 days ago) Mental Health. Asian Americans are three times less likely to seek mental health services than whites. In fact, only 8.6 percent of Asian-Americans seek mental health services or resources, compared to 18 percent of the general American population. Studies have shown that in Asian communities, several sources of stress greatly affect mental
Education Global Child Health Program Stanford Medicine
(7 days ago) Humbio 129S: Global Public Health, co-taught by Drs. Gary Darmstadt, Paul Wise, and Tiffany Chao, is an introduction to the fields of international public health and global medicine. It focuses on resource poor areas of the world and explores major global health problems and their relation to policy, economic development, culture and human rights.
Plant-based meat lowers some cardiovascular risk factors
(7 days ago) The researchers used products from the company to compare the health effects of meat with plant-based alternatives. Beyond Meat was not involved in designing or conducting the study and did not participate in data analysis. It may seem obvious that a patty made of plants is a healthier option than a hamburger. But many of the new meat
California Advance Health Care Directive
(5 days ago) To make your own health care choices, go to Part 2 on Page 7. If you are done, you must sign this form on Page 13. Please share your wishes with your family, friends, and medical providers. If you want, you can write why you chose your #1 and #2 decision makers.
Inpatient and Acute Psychiatry Service Department of
(3 days ago) The Inpatient Psychiatry Service at Stanford is committed to coordinating all patient care through a multidisciplinary team including psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, occupational and physical therapists, social workers, and case managers.
Clinic Locations Primary Care and Population Health
(9 days ago) Qualcomm Health Center - San Jose 1700 Technology Dr. San Jose CA, 95110. MayView Community Health Center. MayView Clinic 270 Grant Ave Palo Alto CA, 94306. Qualcomm Health Center (San Diego) - SHC. Qualcomm Health Center 5535 Morehouse Drive San Diego CA, 92121. Palliative Care
Patient Care ME/CFS Initiative Stanford Medicine
(5 days ago) Stanford Health Care is devoted to providing the highest quality care to our ME/CFS patients and their families. Our highly experienced, ME/CFS-specialized team includes physicians and physician assistants who are dedicated to our ME/CFS patients full-time.
Stanford Medicine 2018 Health Trends Report The
(5 days ago) own health. Democratization will mean that providers focus less attention on routine tasks and more on the areas where they provide the most value and find the most satisfaction. And individuals managing their health care concerns will put less strain on the health care system, lower costs, and improve public health overall. 1. Data is growing—
What is The Stanford Center for Youth Mental Health and
(4 days ago) The Stanford Center for Youth Mental Health and Wellbeing is built on 3 core components: #1: Early Mental Health Support and Exceptional Clinical Care. Early Support Services: Symptoms in response to anxiety, depression, and trauma are generally the first mental health problems for …
Outline: Community Health Stanford Medicine Stanford
(8 days ago) Community Health is one of the eight Scholarly Concentration Foundations. Students are exposed to the important social and environmental determinants of health and develop pragmatic methodological skills in community assessment, evaluation, and research. The Community Health curriculum empowers future physicians to improve the health of diverse
Interventional Psychiatry Clinic Department of
(3 days ago) The Interventional Psychiatry Clinic provides specialized treatments utilizing device-based interventions such as electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS), and deep brain stimulation (DBS).
Stanford Population Health Summer Research Program
(3 days ago) Program Outline. 8-week summer research experience from June 21 to August 13 (virtual in 2021) Compensation: $8,000. Course modules. Introduction to: population and public health, study design, statistics, statistical programming, community engagement. Research activities. Approximately 20 hours/week of research experience with a faculty mentor.
Renewal project begins at Stanford Hospital building
(2 days ago) Steve Fisch. Stanford Health Care has launched a six-year, $1.2 billion project to renovate or rebuild parts of the Stanford Hospital complex at 300 Pasteur Drive in Palo Alto, California. “The hospital redesign will enhance the experience for both patients and staff,” said Helen Wilmot, vice president of facilities, services and planning
Patient Care Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral
(3 days ago) Stanford's Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences is dedicated to providing outstanding, evidence-based clinical and wellbeing services for individuals of all ages who are living with mental health-related conditions.
Stanford Clinical Informatics Clinical Informatics
(8 days ago) Stanford University melds exceptional clinical and research programs in medicine and technology to offer students unparalleled opportunities to realize their potential in the field of clinical informatics. Stanford’s ground-breaking advances in digital technology, including in AI …
Students bios Department of Epidemiology & Population
(1 days ago) She is interested in bone health in athletes, genetic predictors of sports injury, and sports epidemiology. Megan is a five-time trail running national champion and a co-author of the book, “The Happy Runner.” She co-founded Some Work All Play, a coaching group centered around finding long-term fulfillment in the process of running.
Stanford Medicine 2017 Health Trends Report Harnessing the
(4 days ago) health care. Demographic, economic and technolog - ical changes are forcing us to reconsider everything about health care, from its delivery to its funding models, from education to scientific innovation and from the role of the physician to the role of pharmaceutical companies, payors and patients. Like the rest of the world, health care is
United for Better Health
(3 days ago) United for Better Health. The Stanford Medicine Technology and Digital Solutions team was formed to provide the Stanford Medicine community with the most innovative technology services as efficiently as possible. Led by Eric Yablonka, CIO, and Michael Halaas, deputy CIO, the newly unified organization brings together the best of the School of
Faculty Department of Epidemiology & Population Health
(2 days ago) Julie Parsonnet, MD. George DeForest Barnett Professor in Medicine and Professor of Epidemiology and Population Health. Courtesy Faculty. Jason Andrews, MD. Assistant Professor of Medicine (Infectious Diseases), and by courtesy, Epidemiology and Population Health. Themistocles Assimes, MD, PhD.
Health care democratization underway, according to 2nd
(7 days ago) An explosion in data is driving increased democratization in health care, according to the second annual Health Trends Report published today by Stanford Medicine.. Building on last year’s findings about the emergence and changing role of data in medicine, the latest report takes a deeper look at how using and sharing data will transform research, the practice of medicine and the role
Social Media and Youth Research Project Department of
(3 days ago) The Stanford Center for Youth Mental Health and Wellbeing collaborated with their colleagues at Hopelab to pursue an exploratory qualitative research project to understand how experiences with social media interactions and content both positively and negatively impact the routine mental health and wellbeing of teens. By better understanding typical teen experiences online, this project aimed
Stanford Sleep Surgery Otolaryngology — Head & Neck
(9 days ago) Tonsillectomy. Tonsils are lymphatic tissue pads situated at the back of the throat, one at each side. Tonsillectomy is the surgical removal of the tonsils, with the purpose of maximizing airflow in OSA patients. It is an outpatient procedure performed under general anesthesia. Pre …
allcove Youth Advisory Group Department of Psychiatry
(7 days ago) allcove Youth Advisory Group. The allcove Youth Advisory Group’s (YAG) goal is to ensure that youth voice and experience is included in the development and services of the allcove centers. allcove is a four-year project presented in partnership with Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services and Stanford University’s Center for Youth
Concentration in Global Health Concentration in Global
(2 days ago) Global Health is an application area in the Scholarly Concentration program. The goals of our program are to expose students to the primary issues in the field of of Global Health, and give them the tools to begin addressing these through hands-on field research. Some specific goals include:
Stanford Medicine leaders on using population health
(2 days ago) Combining precision health and population health could be a powerful force in the fight for health equity. That was the takeaway from a March 22 conversation, via online video, between Lloyd Minor, MD, dean of the School of Medicine, and Melissa Bondy, PhD, professor and chair of epidemiology and population health.. In precision health, physicians harness a patient’s …
Center for Behavioral Health Services and Implementation
(6 days ago) The Center for Behavioral Health Services and Implementation Research (CBHSIR) applies and advances the science of dissemination and implementation (D&I) to solve major problems in health and care delivery.. Active projects cluster in 3 major domains: Integrating behavioral health in routine medical practice settings. Expanding access to addiction medications for opioid use disorders in health
Current Research Projects Stress Health Center
(6 days ago) The goal of this Program Project grant is to determine how stress and depression affect the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis (HPA) and the course of breast cancer, cardiovascular risk factors and cognitive impairment. For more information, please email Dr. David Spiegel. Center on Stress and Health. Mission. Research. Current Research Projects.
allcove Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
(8 days ago) The focus on mild to moderate mental health needs is the essence of the model and fills a significant gap in adolescent public mental health service provision. In addition, if the young person needs a higher-level behavioral health service, linkages are made to the community behavioral health system for more intensive intervention.
Back to School Campaign Office of Child Health Equity
(8 days ago) In 2016, a group of pediatricians and other health professionals from the Stanford Pediatric Advocacy Program, Fair Oaks Health Center , Gardner Packard Children’s Health Center , Mayview Community Health Center, and Ravenswood Family Health Center created iMPACt: the Mid-peninsula Pediatric Advocacy Coalition, to address the social
The Health of Migrant Oaxacan Farm Workers in California
(2 days ago) Mental Health The most prevalent mental health issues among this community are depression, anxiety, and “culture-bound mental health syndromes”`10. Due to their more recent migration, Oaxacan people do not have the network of family and friends that other …