Prison Populations Should Have Vaccine Priority

January 19, 2020. Medium. Duke University. By Sara Grundy. The start of vaccine rollout across the country has brought hope, but also questions about which populations should receive priority. The…

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Giving Back in New Ways During the Pandemic

December 1, 2020. The University of North Carolina System. J Bradley Wilson Schweitzer Fellows Christopher Lane and Scott Phillips from UNC School of Dentistry and ECU School of Medicine Schweitzer…

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Harm Reduction Programs Save Lives

November 8, 2020. The Daily Reflector. 2d. By Joshua Park. 2020 NC Albert Schweitzer Fellow According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, 619 people died from heroin and synthetic…

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Schweitzer Fellows’ Article Published In Academic Medicine

The Duke Hotspotting Initiative: Providing Meaningful Clinical Experiences and Improving Clinical Readiness for First-Year Medical Students Academic Medicine: November 2020 – Volume 95 – Issue 11 p 17011-1711 By Bunning, Thomas…

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American Diets Cause American Diseases

September 20, 2020. The Daily Reflector. By Ashley Huff. September 20, 2020. Elizabeth City Daily Advance. By Ashley Huff. 2020 J Bradley Wilson Schweitzer Fellow Ashley Huff From the moment…

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When the world of dentistry came to a halt

August 28, 2020. The Washington Daily News. By Rachel Cantrell. Rachel Cantrell, 2020 J. Bradley Wilson Schweitzer Fellow As a rising third-year dental student, my world was shifting 180 degrees.…

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Oral health matters for vulnerable populations

September 6, 2020. The Daily Reflector. By Victoria Long. Victoria Long, 2021-21 J. Bradley Wilson Schweitzer Fellow “Only brush the teeth you want to keep” is common advice that dental…

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