Accounts from Ground Zero, 20 Years Later
Two UConn Health physicians share their recollection of being part of the response to the World Trade Center site Sept. 11, 2001. Dr. Robert Fuller was the John Dempsey Hospital EMS director at the time, and Dr. Dirk Stanley was a medical student training in Brooklyn.
A Physician’s Perspective in UConn Health CIO Role
Dr. Adam Buckley was a practicing OB-GYN before switching to clinical informatics, and is now serving as UConn Health’s interim chief information officer.
Tick-Borne Illness Still Rare Despite Greater Population
While Connecticut is seeing more ticks this summer, Dr. Henry Feder Jr. at UConn Health explains how pathogen transmission is still the path less traveled.
Podcast: Back to School ’21 With COVID-19
With COVID-19 following us into back-to-school '21, Dr. Erica Waddington, family medicine physician at UConn Health's Canton office, discusses how she helps families prepare for a the return to the classroom under still abnormal circumstances.
UConn Health Introduces Chief of Cardiothoracic Surgery
Dr. C.B. Sai Sudhakar brings experience building cardiothoracic surgery programs to expand UConn Health’s academic and clinical offerings in the discipline.
HITEC Solution for Workplace Health and Safety Will Continue
Health Improvement Through Employee Control, a 14-year UConn-led research program, has yielded proven workplace improvements for Connecticut correction officers and other personnel. Now, as federal funding runs out, it lives on as a state budget priority.
Spotlight on Services: Licensed Clinical Social Workers
Three social workers from the UConn Health Care Coordination Department describe their contributions to patient care and share their perspectives as front-line providers during the pandemic.