The North Carolina Annual STI Update was held on March 22, 2023, as fully remote for presenters and attendees for the third year in a row. Hosting it virtually allowed Northwest AHEC and partners to offer the longstanding and reputable continuing professional development activity to a larger audience.
No Cost to Attend - Live Webinars in August. This series of three interactive webinars for the practice team addresses different aspects of primary care management of patients with diabetes.
Northwest Area Health Education Center (NWAHEC) is gearing up for another fun and informative virtual Camp Med this summer. Last year’s virtual camp hosted more than 235 participants from North Carolina and beyond. This year the self-paced camp will be available again to students in grades 8 to 12, from June 1 through July 31.
Healthcare Insights Podcast with Aimee Lischke, MD - Eating Disorders and Disordered Eating
Aimee Lischke, MD of the Gaudiani Clinic, talks about trends and issues around disordered eating and eating disorders.
WSSU-WFUSM IPE Program Brings Together 239 Students to Collaborate On Simulated Patient Cases
WSSU School of Health Sciences and WFUSM Dept. of PA Students collaborate through Northwest AHEC on inter-institutional, interprofessional program which simulate management of patient care while integrating EHR Go software.
Northwest AHEC attended STEAM Night at Winston-Salem Dash on April 25th, and we were delighted to see the first pitch thrown by Alan Morales a Camp Med participant. It was a full circle moment as we were there promoting the Camp Med Program for this summer!
Governor Roy Cooper proclaimed that May is Older Americans Month which is wonderful as we have our Geriatric Conference coming up! There is still time to register.
The NC AHEC Scholars Program at Northwest AHEC recruits, trains, and supports a diverse group of students from across the state, creating a multidisciplinary team of health professionals committed to both community service and the transformation of health care in North Carolina.
We sat down with Jayvein Greene - winner of this year’s Youth/Young Adult Voice Award at the One Community in Recovery Conference - to talk about his experience as a young, black male facing mental illness, trauma, and substance abuse.
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