Amaka Uchegbu
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Million-dollar grant to fund climate, health program

The School of Public Health will bring two doctoral students, additional seminars and a speaker series to campus as part of “Climate Change and Health @ Yale,” a new program whose aim is to train future public health leaders.

PA organizations examine Yale proposal

While students remain vocally opposed to Yale’s plan to move forward in creating a separate online Physician Assistant program, national physician assistant organizations have voiced differing opinions on the topic.

Telepharmacy system to save Yale-New Haven Hospital time, money

The Smilow Cancer Hospital is preparing to incorporate Lawrence and Memorial Healthcare into its telepharmacy system, which uses video, audio and photo surveillance to supervise technicians preparing chemotherapy drugs from a central location in Smilow.

New documents shed light on Carlisle’s death

Newly released documents from the New Haven Police Department, published by Gawker early Wednesday, shed new light on the circumstances that led to a stabbing and student suicide in May.

Donation will fund health law center at Yale Law School

Yale Law School will open the Solomon Center for Health Law and Policy on Nov. 12 thanks to a donation from Howard Solomon LAW ’52, former CEO of the pharmaceutical company Forest Laboratories.

Survey shows “disturbing” rates of sexual misconduct

Over half of all Yale students who responded to a survey on sexual climate last April have experienced some form of sexual harassment since arriving on campus

Resident training, from classroom to farm

The School of Medicine is partnering with the Yale Sustainable Food Program to teach medical residents how to cook healthy and affordable food.

Professional schools offer little health insurance support for students with families

Roughly 10 years after the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences began paying the full price of Yale health insurance for students with families, few professional schools at Yale have followed suit.

Genecin clarifies MH&C clinician hiring

Administrators at Yale Mental Health & Counseling have confirmed that waiting times for appointments will be shorter this academic year than last.

Yale-New Haven Hospital sees further cuts

In the midst of weathering a $67 million decrease in Medicaid reimbursements, Yale-New Haven Hospital will face another 1.3 percent decrease in revenue, a result of failing to meet readmission rate standards for the fourth year in a row.

Controversial online PA program to move forward

Despite persistent and vocal student opposition, the Yale School of Medicine will move forward with its plan to create an online Physician Associate program, Deputy Dean for Education Richard Belitsky announced last week.