Quinnipiac University to host summit on June 7 to report strategies and recommendations to address opioid crisis in Connecticut
Recommendations from law enforcement, counselors, city and town officials, medical professionals, criminal justice representatives and others will be reported during the day-long event.
In order to qualify, individuals must have had the PTSD come as a direct result of a qualifying event that occurred in the line of duty, and not due to any intervening factor or other source of stress.
Fifty high school students from Hamden and New Haven visit Quinnipiac University to celebrate completion of Netter Health Professions Club
The club was sponsored by Quinnipiac’s Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine’s Health Career Pathways (HCP) program.
s legislation classifies fentanyl as a narcotic substance. The penalties for manufacturing and selling narcotics except as authorized by law, typically involve mandatory prison time along with substantial fines.
The health fair is free and open to the public. It will feature a Narcan training sign-up, foot screenings, healthy cooking demonstrations, educational carnival games and a food truck.
Quinnipiac University to present free lecture, ‘Lifestyle Medicine: The Common Sense Solution to the Chronic Illness Epidemic,’ on Feb. 27
Saray Stancic, MD, founder of Stancic Health and Wellness, LLC, will discuss preventing, treating and managing chronic illness through lifestyle changes.
Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University to host Rare Disease Day symposium Feb. 27
Rare Disease Day at Quinnipiac is a free event that provides an opportunity for patients, family members and researchers to share their stories and promote education, awareness and advocacy.
Quinnipiac University School of Law to host ‘Building Bridges and Finding Answers: The Opioid Crisis in Connecticut’
The summit will feature state and local government officials and leaders from various professions, including law, medical, nursing, education, social work and communications, who will take part in a series of presentations on the opioid crisis’ impact on Connecticut, what...
Karimy – the first student selected from Quinnipiac’s five-year-old medical school – was among 66 students who received the 2018 HMMI Fellowship that provides $43,000 in grant support.
Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University to host information session for prospective students on June 9
During the information session, prospective students will receive information about the admissions process, hear from current medical students about their experiences at Netter, learn about the curriculum and clinical training opportunities and tour the school.
Fasano, Lawmakers Call for Public Hearing, Full Transparency on State’s Inmate Medical Care Failures
In recent months, a pattern of cases has come to light in which inmates in the state’s correction department were reportedly not provided proper medical care.
Sen. Fasano and Rep. Yaccarino are both long-time advocates for individuals who suffer from rare diseases and have worked on legislation to raise awareness and help people access treatment and research.