UNC Trauma Program ‘Health & Wellness Communication’ Summer Internship OpportunityUNC Trauma Program is housed within UNC Trauma Center of Chapel Hill, NC. Our vision is to use a public health approach to prevent injuries and reduce the number of traumatic deaths in our region. The internship opportunity is for an undergraduate student seeking experience in Read More
May is National Bicycle Safety Month.
Alcohol consumption can have physical, emotional, financial — even fatal — consequences. Treat alcohol as a serious substance, not a means to have fun and relax.
The Good Samaritan Law is powerful and can save lives. If there is an overdose situation, make the 911 call.
Operation Medicine Drop is a free drug take-back program that provides an opportunity for community members to dispose of expired or no longer needed over-the-counter and prescription medications in a safe and secure way. Here’s a list of the upcoming events.
UNC Trauma Center’s newest podcast episode of Trauma Talk is on booster seat safety with Bevan Kirley, a senior research associate at the UNC Highway Safety Research Center.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has been the crisis at the forefront of everyone’s mind for the past year, the opioid crisis has continued to persist — even accelerate. Operation Medicine Drop events are intended to help combat the epidemic and save lives.
Derek Miller is the new Nurse Education Specialist for Burn Outreach & Prevention at the North Carolina Jaycee Burn Center — a position that has remained unfilled since 2019. While the role is new for him, working at the Burn Center is not.
CHAPEL HILL, North Carolina (Nov. 11, 2020) — Army Medicine leaders traveled to the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, Nov. 11, to join the UNC Health executive leadership to formally announce and celebrate the newest AMEDD strategic partnership.This military-civilian partnership with UNC Health will allow military medical personnel to train at the UNC Medical Read More