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Schools of medicine, dentistry and public health at the University of Washington will jointly pilot a program next summer to prepare talented students of color for careers in the health sciences.

Problem behavior indicative of addiction is pervasive among chronic pain patients who receive opioid prescriptions at primary-care clinics.

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Concussion is clinically understood as a complex injury with emotional, behavioral, cognitive, and physical dimensions, but this understanding has not translated to multifaceted state guidelines for the return of injured youth to school and educ

Brianne Huffstetler Rowan, a fourth-year student at the University of Washington School of Medicine and recent graduate of the School of Public Health, is one of five U.S.

It might have been Alec Gibson’s gentle drawl that did it. He and his patient, another transplanted Southerner, started chatting. They developed rapport.

JAMA and JAMA Surgery have published studies reporting postoperative experiences of bariatric-surgery patients.

Kelly Stevens, an assistant professor of bioengineering and pathology at the University of Washington, has received a 2016 National institutes of Health (NIH) New Innovator Award to support her work to build artificial human tissues from stem ce

UW Medicine nurse Mary Larson provides care for people at Harborview Medical Center's Pioneer Square Clinic. Many patients there have experienced homelessness. 

A person with a serious injury can bleed to death in three or four minutes.

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