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  • Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center & Tennessee Institute Collaborate on Drug Development
    The Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center and the Sarah Cannon Research Institute in Nashville, Tennessee, are collaborating on clinical research in early-phase drug-development programs and investigator-initiated trials.
    06/20/18

  • $30 Million Rehab for Magee Gives Patients Privacy
    Magee Rehabilitation Hospital has completed the first phase of a $30 million renovation project to create all-private rooms for patients at the Philadelphia medical center.
    06/20/18

  • Jefferson, Drexel Test Gel to Aid Breathing After Spinal Cord Injuries
    Promising lab results show that a hydrogel designed to restore independent, unassisted breathing in the aftermath of a serious spinal cord injury could potentially prove effective in human beings.
    06/20/18

  • 2018 Commencement
    The 2018 commencement marked the 194th graduation ceremony for Thomas Jefferson University.
    05/24/18

  • MATER Helps Moms in Recovery
    Jefferson University Hospital’s Maternal Addiction Treatment Education and Research (MATER) program was recently featured in a New York Times Magazine article about mothers trying to overcome substance abuse.
    05/22/18

  • Jefferson and Philly Collaborating for the Greater Good
    On May 7, leaders at Jefferson took the first step to reducing inequities in healthcare of lifestyle in Philadelphia.
    05/22/18

  • Compassionate Care
    Being a home care nurse is fulfilling, and emotional. Every day is different with new challenges and new joys. Inspired to become a caregiver by a personal experience, Jefferson home care nurse Patricia McNamara spends her days making a difference in the lives of her patients.
    05/22/18

  • CPR Saves Lives
    CPR is a lifesaving technique useful in many emergencies, including a heart attack, near drowning, or any situation in which breathing or heartbeat has stopped.
    05/22/18

  • Jeff Students Are "Hotspotting"
    High-tech won’t save healthcare—Jefferson students will! Students in interdisciplinary teams at Jefferson University are using “hotspotting” to improve patient outcomes and bring down the cost of healthcare.
    05/22/18

  • Dr. David Nash On Population Health
    Population health is an approach to health and well-being that aims to improve outcomes for an entire population.
    05/22/18


Publications

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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.