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Panel: Providing trauma-informed services can save money

Providing trauma-informed services may save money by avoiding the need for costlier care down the road, experts suggested at a Medical College of Wisconsin panel last week. The panel discussion followed remarks by Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams, who suggested trauma-informed care could prevent mass shootings. Dr. Robert Lane, professor and chairman of the MCW […]

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Surgeon general: Trauma-informed care can prevent mass shootings

Training more people in trauma-informed care could help prevent mass shootings, Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams said Friday in Milwaukee. Adams spoke at the Medical College of Wisconsin about adverse childhood events, traumatic experiences that can have negative health outcomes later in life. In response to a question about whether his office should back stronger […]

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MCW-affiliated concussion study gets more backing

A consortium studying concussions that includes the Medical College of Wisconsin recently received $22.5 million in new funding, according to a statement. The money from the Department of Defense and NCAA will expand a concussion study that includes MCW, Indiana University School of Medicine, the University of Michigan and the Uniformed Services University. The NCAA-DOD […]

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Marquette University, Near West Side Partners receive gifts, grants

Marquette University received a $1 million estate gift that will head to scholarships for nursing students, according to a statement released last week. The planned gift comes from Barbara Regan, a 1959 alumna of the school’s nursing program. Marquette and Near West Side Partners, a nonprofit working to revitalize Milwaukee’s near west side neighborhood with […]

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Wisconsin receives $14 million to support HIV care

More than $14 million is heading to Wisconsin and healthcare providers in the state to improve services for state residents living with HIV. Last week, the Department of Health and Human Services awarded $2.34 billion in Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program grants to states, local government and community-based organizations. Wisconsin will receive $11.2 million to improve […]

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