Flu season is fast approaching, and Baylor faculty, staff and trainees all are encouraged to get vaccinated to protect themselves, their families and the community.
What do a guitar string and a raw chicken leg have in common? They’re the ticket to the first-place prize for innovative solutions to global health problems at Baylor College of Medicine’s inaugural Global Health Hackathon.
It takes doctors and other healthcare providers working as a team to properly treat patients, making communication an important aspect of healthcare and an important lesson in healthcare education. Recently, Baylor College of Medicine students took part in an interprofessional education exercise to help bring focus to this vital issue.
National Breast Cancer Awareness Month may be in October, but the month of September was filled with community and advocacy events for the Lester and Sue Smith Breast Center at Baylor!