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September 4, 2018

Through Montana TRUST, residents in the University of Washington School of Medicine are introduced to rural health care during weeks-long rotations.

August 6, 2018

Every time a commercial pilot encounters a complication, the airline does a root-cause analysis and shares the findings immediately. The investigation focuses not on blame, but on the problem and the appropriate in-the-moment response.

A letter from eight academic faculty across the nation criticized the Missouri General Assembly for its efforts to create laws that would halt clinical training and research related to abortion and women's reproductive health.

The patient story is usually incomplete. This is the challenge that Sarah Kolnik, a general surgery intern, faced during her four-week rotation on the burn intensive care unit at Harborview Medical Center. 

Future surgeons must be good communicators, team players, and continuing learners who can hone their surgical and clinical skills throughout their careers, according to a new study.
 

Nestled in the beautiful Kootenai National Forest is the small mining town of Libby, Mont. Only 2,500 people call Libby home, but they are served well by Dr. Greg Rice, a family physician and co-founder of the Libby Clinic.

Two additional UW Medicine hospitals have joined Harborview Medical Center in adopting infection-control protocols necessary to care for prospec

In less than two decades, 3-D printers have raised the public’s eyebrows so often that their manufacturers might've reasonably been accused of grandstanding. Last month, a working automobile of carbon-fiber plastic was printed in 45 hours.

With the Ebola virus grabbing headlines, we sat down to talk with UW Pharmacy professor Dr. Doug Black, an infectious-disease specialist, to learn more about how he teaches students about a topic that changes so fast.

For the first time, two Seattle powerhouses in brain research are collaborating to teach the next generation of neuroscientists.

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