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The National Center For School Crisis and Bereavement (The Center), located at St. Christopher's Hospital for Children and the Drexel University College of Medicine, announced today a four year, $1,400,000 grant from the New York Life Foundation to provide capacity building and general operating support for The Center and its key role in the Coalition to Support Grieving Students initiative. The Coalition is a group of representatives from the major national education associations in the country, whose sole goal is to provide bereavement resources at all touch points for children in the school system.


The Partnership Comprehensive Care Practice (the Partnership) of Drexel Medicine is celebrating its 20th anniversary. Over the span of two decades, the Partnership has not only grown in size, but also in reach. It started humbly in 1993 as one of the first clinics to treat a segment of the population that had been marginalized at the time due to the stigma that comes with an HIV positive diagnosis. Through the years, the Partnership has served thousands of patients and families in Philadelphia coping with HIV/AIDS. It is a comprehensive primary and specialty medical care practice that offers treatment and prevention services to about 1,900 people a year – regardless of their ability to pay.


An online system to improve the communication skills of health care professionals developed by Drexel University College of Medicine's Christof Daetwyler, MD, is one of four projects to receive funding from the University City Science Center's QED Proof-of-Concept Program.


Abington Memorial Hospital will serve as a regional medical campus for Drexel University College of Medicine under a new agreement signed by both institutions. This designation expands on an already existing academic affiliation.


Medical students do not understand the business of health care, but changing that may be as easy as attending an eight-hour lecture. That's according to a study from Drexel University College of Medicine, which was recently published in the Journal of the International Association of Medical Science Educators.


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