Sharing our activities in research, education & clinical innovation to advance healthy aging.
THIS PUBLICATION HAS BEEN DISCONTINUED
The Center seeks to enhance the quality of life for people as they age through research, training of health professionals and facilitation of evidence-based clinical service. This is accomplished through theory-driven research with practical health care and quality of life implications. The Center seeks to develop models for translation of research into clinical practice, as well as explore opportunities for academic-community partnerships. We encourage and facilitate interdisciplinary approaches to problems of public health importance covering the topics of physical frailty, dementia care, end of life comfort care, healthy aging, aging at home in place and quality of life issues.
The Interprofessional Education and Care e-newsletter is a tri-annual on-line peer-reviewed newsletter which stimulates discussions around interprofessional education and care. Feel free to view, print and distribute this publication to your networks.
The Jefferson Arts Organization was founded primarily to offer Jefferson students the opportunity to express themselves through art. The Jefferson Arts organization focuses on such media as art and photography, writing, and music and supports diverse activities including live readings, art exhibits and musical performances. In addition, the organization publishes Inside Out, an annual art and literary journal which showcases photography, paintings, sketches, short stories, poems and essays contributed by Jefferson students. All of these activities are designed to bring more diversity to the Jefferson community; to allow students, faculty and staff the chance to stop and reflect on their daily lives; and to provide a creative outlet from the rigors of school and work.
Currents is the energy conservation newsletter for Thomas Jefferson University.
Welcome to our Jefferson Currents Newsletter. This newsletter will highlight our energy conservation efforts throughout the enterprise.
The total energy spend for Jefferson is now more than $40 Million per year. The challenge – how do we manage this for maximum savings. The good news – we have a solid proven plan for doing this, as described in this newsletter. But we need your help.
Every employee in every Department can help to reduce our energy costs.
Please learn more... and take action!
Jefferson Surgical Solutions is published by Thomas Jefferson University and Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. It is a semiannual publication for friends and colleagues of Jefferson's Department of Surgery.
Information in Jefferson Surgical Solutions is not intended to provide advice on personal medical matters or to substitute for consultation with a physician.
The Department of Medicine published the newsletter Translations.THIS PUBLICATION HAS BEEN DISCONTINUED
The name "Translations" represents a fundamental aspect of our mission: translating information from the basic science laboratory, seminal clinical trials, and outcomes research to improvements in patient care as well as student and postgraduate education. While the completion of the human genome project and technologic advances in high throughput genotyping, robotics, and the molecular biology of many human diseases have resulted in an explosion of new therapies and devices, it is often difficult to keep track of these many advances, much less identify what novel resources are available at Jefferson to help in care of the patient.
The issues of Translations will inform you about the department's ongoing research, clinical, and educational activities, so that both doctors and patients are able to take better advantage of the range of opportunities available at Jefferson.
JeffHOPE: Health Opportunities, Prevention & Education
We passionately commit ourselves to treat the underserved men, women, and children of Philadelphia, embracing the values of kindness, equality, and excellence. We accomplish this mission by providing free, quality care to all, through student-run clinics; educating our patients on their health and how to maintain it; advocating for improved patient care; and teaching each other to become stronger clinicians. We aim to empower these individuals to regain their footing and climb out of poverty.
The mission of the Jefferson College of Population Health is to prepare leaders with global vision to develop, implement, and evaluate health policies and systems that improve the health of populations and thereby enhance the quality of life.
Population Health Matters is a quarterly newsletter designed to further the mission of the College of Population Health by highlighting initiatives that have policy implications at the local, regional, or national levels. Population Health Matters is governed by an editorial board composed of Thomas Jefferson University faculty and expert stakeholders.
Prescriptions for Excellence in Health Care is devoted to the quality improvement agenda. Change, in regulations, technology, and quality measurement, to name a few, is accelerating exponentially. Amid this constant change, it is challenging for health care professionals to remain current on the programs and initiatives being implemented. To help address this issue, Jefferson's College of Population Health has partnered with Eli Lilly and Company to produce this newsletter. Together, we aim to provide you with essential information from the quality improvement and patient safety arenas.
Sci-Tech News (ISSN 0036-8059) is published quarterly (March, May, September, December) by the Chemistry, Engineering, and Science-Technology Divisions, the Aerospace Section of the Engineering Division, and the Materials Research and Manufacturing Section of the Chemistry Division of the Special Libraries Association.
Value-Based Purchasing is a quarterly newsletter intended to help employers become more effective purchasers of health benefits on behalf of their employees. Contents include tools and practical strategies for employers, as well as evaluative findings and opportunities for readers to share their experiences.