Opioids and U-M’s efforts to curb a national epidemic
The U-M taps into smart devices, making medicine mobile.
Medical students at U-M are mastering the art of improv to strengthen and improve doctor-patient interactions.
Opiods and U-M’s efforts to curb a national epidemic
U-M taps into smart devices, making medicine mobile
Medical students, improv and doctor-patient interactions
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The University of Michigan was recently awarded funding from the National Institutes of Health to establish an
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