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First Cohort of Scholars in Translational Research Share Research Plans

| ITRABH, Monday Letter, Our People

A recent lunch-and-learn session at the USF College of Public Health brought together students, community partners, professors and academic mentors to hear from the first cohort of scholars pursuing a graduate certificate from USF’s Institute for Translational Research in Adolescent Behavioral Health. The certificate program is a collaborative effort between the College of Public Health and the College of Behavioral and Community Sciences at the University of South Florida and local adolescent-serving community agencies. The certificate provides a one-of-a-kind education and training for existing scholars pursuing masters and doctoral degrees […]

FPQC to Launch New Florida Obstetric Hemorrhage Initiative (OHI) in July

| FPQC

Quality and safety have become strategic imperatives for an increasing number of health care organizations. One key objective for these organizations is to successfully reduce leading causes of Florida’s maternal mortality and morbidity. Therefore, the FPQC, District XII American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric, and […]

Walkin’ Lawton Returned to The Chiles Center

| FPQC

The Lawton and Rhea Chiles Center for Healthy Mothers and Babies was pleased to host the Tampa leg of the Florida Historical Society’s book tour for Walkin’ Lawton – the first authorized biography on former U.S. Representative, Senator and Governor Lawton Chiles. Author, John Dos Passos Coggin, conducted over one […]

FPQC Demonstrates Success in New Study Announced by the March of Dimes on “A Multistate Quality Improvement Program to Decrease Elective Deliveries Before 39 Weeks”

| FPQC

  Last night, the March of Dimes sent out a press release regarding the new study – “A Multistate Quality Improvement Program to Decrease Elective Deliveries Before 39 Weeks” – published in the latest online edition of Obstetrics and Gynecology. The study looked at non-medically indicated scheduled births at 370/7 […]