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  • Dr. AI - Machines Could Change Hospital Care
    The future of healthcare is becoming futuristic, as providers increasingly look to computerized data and tools to improve outcomes.

  • Jeff Doc Views Life Through a Lens
    Whether treating a patient or peering through a lens, James Posey, III, MD, is always looking for beauty and meaning in the unlikeliest of places.

  • Jeff to Help South Jersey With Anti-Opioid Addiction Program
    Dr. Jim Baird, the assistant medical director of Jefferson Health-Washington Township’s emergency department, says this partnership is imperative to properly fight the opioid epidemic in South Jersey.

  • Emergency Departments Bear the Brunt of Opioid Crisis
    The opioid epidemic gripping this country is putting a particularly tight squeeze on hospital emergency departments. The epidemic of prescription painkiller and heroin abuse is killing thousands every month.

  • Jeff Doc Heads South to Solve Cancer Mystery
    Two Alabama regions have one disconcerting thing in common: a statistically high occurrence rate of a rare eye cancer.

  • Tests for Cognitive Function in Senior Workers
    Andrew Newberg, MD, director of research at Jefferson Health's Marcus Institute of Integrative Health, conducts daylong evaluations-most are for executives-in the Executive Great Life and Advanced Brain Health programs.

  • Don't Wait to Vaccinate-Especially if You're Pregnant
    The flu is more likely to cause severe illness in pregnant women than in women who are not pregnant.

  • It Will Take a Village
    The founders of the 1889 Jefferson Center for Population Health in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, have their eyes on the prize—a healthier Cambria-Somerset county region.

  • A Message About Dr. Edmund Pribitkin
    We received news that Dr. Edmund Pribitkin, Chief Medical Officer for TJUH, President for JUP and Jefferson Community Physicians in Center City, and a member of the Otolaryngology faculty, suffered serious injuries following a random assault while on vacation

  • When to Seek Medical Help for Flu
    It’s best to seek medical care from your healthcare provider rather than go to the emergency room when you have the flu, but if you experience these symptoms, seek emergency medical help right away.


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SKMC Bulletin

The Bulletin is published quarterly for alumni of Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University. 



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Thomas Jefferson University Colleges' Review

The Review is published twice a year for alumni of Jefferson Colleges of Health Professions, Nursing, Pharmacy and Population Health.