Dr. Weinstein demonstrating telepathology during a teaching session.Invented, patented and commercialized by Ronald S. Weinstein, MD, UA professor of pathology and founding director of the Arizona Telemedicine Program, the diagnosis of surgical pathology slides at a distance has benefitted hundreds of thousands of patients around the world.
UA Receives Merck Foundation Funds to Promote Patient-Centered Cancer Care for Latinos, UnderservedCollaborative effort brings together the UA College of Medicine – Tucson’s Department of Family and Community Medicine, the UA Department of Psychology, UA Cancer Center and many community partners, including El Rio Community Health Center and the Arizona Community Health Worker Outreach Network.
‘Tame Your Pain...An Inside Look at Conventional and Alternative Therapies for Pain Management’ Subject of UA Arthritis Center Lecture, March 1Free and open to the public, the lecture by Dr. Mohab Ibrahim will discuss the causes of chronic pain and current treatments for arthritis and related joint pain, including conventional and alternative approaches to pain management and the facts, fads and fiction associated with this complex medical issue.
UAHS In The News
Officials at the University of Arizona College of Medicine in Phoenix say they've practiced and prepared for an upcoming key step in the process of being accorded full accreditation.
A new University of Arizona initiative, funded by the Merck Foundation, will expand access to high-quality cancer care for Latinos and other underserved populations in Southern Arizona. The collaborative effort brings together the UA College of Medicine – Tucson’s Department of Family and Community Medicine, the UA Department of Psychology, UA Cancer Center and many community partners, including El Rio Community Health Center and the Arizona Community Health Worker Outreach Network, to address the needs of underserved communities in the state.
Getting divorced or separated after 50 is actually associated with weight loss and an increase in physical activity -- at least in the short term, reported Dr. Randa Kutob and a team of researchers from the UA College of Medicine, Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, and University of Arizona Cancer Center.