Raiza Deyto RN, BSN, has become the first CU College of Nursing student accepted into the Center for COMBAT Research Scholar Program. Established in 2019, the program is designed to promote and foster collaborative and military-relevant research on the CU Anschutz Medical Campus.
A national summit hosted by the CU Anschutz Center for Combat Medicine and Battlefield (COMBAT) Research and the CU Anschutz Firearm Injury Prevention Initiative brought together military and civilian stakeholders from around the United States in person to the CU Anschutz Campus to share research, strategies, and messaging for addressing and preventing firearm suicide in the military
The University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus and the Defense Health Agency (DHA) signed an official Educational Partnership Agreement on May 18. The agreement will facilitate collaborations between military personnel and CU, including joint research, internships and ongoing relationships with DHA experts.
Adit Ginde, MD, already had a hunch that most hospitalized trauma patients were receiving too much oxygen, but when the U.S Department of Defense came to the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus looking for solutions to problems around battlefield oxygen, he saw the chance to put his theory to the test.
Humans can expect more widespread sickness, injuries and disease from a changing climate. Healthcare is accordingly coalescing around the idea that we need to upgrade our medical training programs to address climate — and even train “climate doctors.” Dr. Jay Lemery discusses patient-centered policies to advocate for climate action.