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Esophagectomy Clinical Care Pathway Document

Esophagectomy Clinical Care Pathway

The Esophagectomy Clinical Care Pathway provides step-by-step outline from patient activities before surgery through post-discharge outpatient follow up.

Death. Dignity. Big Data. Using Analytics to Improve End-of-life Care in ALS Video

Death. Dignity. Big Data. Using Analytics to Improve End-of-life Care in ALS

Leo Wang, MD, gives an overview of the history of ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease.

Skin Cancer Biopsy: Can You Trust the Results? Document

Skin Cancer Biopsy: Can You Trust the Results?

Study of the variability in melanoma diagnostic findings and the challenges surrounded classifying biopsies.

The Future of Cardiac Rehabilitation Video

The Future of Cardiac Rehabilitation

Alexis L. Beatty, MD discusses innovations in cardiac rehab delivery.

Rain Increases Joint Pain? Document

Rain Increases Joint Pain?

People’s activity levels - increasing as temperatures rise, to a point - are likelier than the weather itself to cause pain that motivates online searches, UW Medicine researcher says.

Overview of Liver Transplantation Video

Overview of Liver Transplantation

Rex Cheng, MD provides an overview of liver transplantation.

Color Coding for Pediatric Trauma Care, Resuscitation and Disaster Preparedness Video

Color Coding for Pediatric Trauma Care, Resuscitation and Disaster Preparedness

Mary King, MD, discusses the importance of color coding for pediatric trauma care, resuscitation and disaster preparedness.

Pregnancy and the Obese Gravida Video

Pregnancy and the Obese Gravida

Suchi Chandrasekaran, MD, MSCE, reviews the effects of obesity on pregnancy and novel approaches to care. She also discusses the risks, or maybe benefits, of pregnancy on obesity.

UW Medicine | Newsroom

New alliance aims to bolster promising early-stage research

Scientists at UW Medicine and Fred Hutch Cancer Research Center will work closely with peers at Takeda Pharmaceutical to develop novel treatments. 

Recast the study of dementia to be more population-focused

The identifier "population neuroscience" evokes the collaboration needed to make headway against brain diseases, says UW Alzheimer's expert.

Ebola had significant collateral damage to Liberians' health

After the 2014 outbreak, the population's needs were often unmet in terms of primary care, mother-child health, and immmunizations.  

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