We’re thrilled to announce the winners of our postcard design contest for our second annual Postcards to Doctors campaign! We received over 100 submissions from 40 people by the October 5th deadline. We were so impressed by the beauty, cleverness, and skill on display in these wonderful pieces. It was no small feat to choose just
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Updated March 11, 2020: After thoughtful deliberation, we have made the difficult but necessary decision to postpone this event. We know how much this means to the community, and we did not make this decision in haste. The health and safety of our community, attendees, students, our staff and partners are our top priority.
March 11 Update: After thoughtful deliberation, we have made the difficult but necessary decision to postpone our Medical Education event in London, originally due to take place on April 1 at the LSHTM. We know how much this means to the community, and we did not make this decision in haste. The health and safety
On Friday, May 26th, New York State (NYS) Health Commissioner Dr. Howard Zucker emailed a letter regarding Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) to eighty-five thousand physicians in NYS. In the letter he describes the illness, encourages physicians to consider ME as part of a differential diagnosis when evaluating patients with symptoms, and refers readers to Jen Brea’s
The Blue Ribbon Foundation, the non-profit behind the documentary Forgotten Plague, has an educational and research agenda. In addition to getting the film in front of as many people in the medical and health profession as possible, one of the primary programs they have created is a student fellowship for medical students to assist in top ME research