Dr. Williamson was featured in the Augusta Chronicle, Confidence in Public Health in a "Liberty thing".
Dr. Williamson was featured on "The World and Everything In It" to talk about the COVID-19 vaccine, herd immunuty and what is getting in the way of achieving it.
The Center for Bioethics and Health Policy (CBHP) has launched its Strategic Research Plan for the next five-years. The priority areas at the heart of the plan are; Ethics and the Health Professions, Public Health: Ethics and Policy and Community Engagement, Social Justice and Advocacy; Read our five-year Strategic plan here
Directors' Strategy Team member Naomi Williams was named Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities new Public Policy Fellow. Read about her fellowship and experience.
Dr. Turner was published in Cognitive Sciences and Medieval Studies: An Introduction. "Medieval English Understanding of Mental Illness and Parallel Diagnosis to Contemporary Neuroscience."
Dr. Coughlin and Dr. Mann published a Case study, "A Gay Epidemiologist and the DC Commission of Public HealthAIDS Advisory Committee" in John Hopkins University Press. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1353/nib.0.0015
Elena Diller, a second year medical student and member of the Leadership through Ethics Steering Committee, has been selected to be a theme editor for American Medical Assocaition Journal of Ethics.
Dr. Williamson was published in the Journal of Medical Ethics, "Creating an ethical culture to support recovery from substance use disorders"
Shena Gazaway received the NINR Diversity Supplement Award. Read the Jagwire article HERE.
Dr. Adam Berman and Dr. Mark Thompson were published in preventive medicine reports, "SOCIOECONOMIC DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH AND COUNTY-LEVEL VARIATION IN CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE MORTALITY: AN EXPLORATORY ANALYSIS OF GEORGIA DURING 2014-2016."
Dr. William Hatcher was published in the american review of public administration, "A FAILURE OF BUREAUCRACY: THE DANGER OF PRESIDENTIAL MISINFORMATION DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC"
Dr. Laura Williamson, Associate Director of CBHP, has published a paper in The Journal of Advanced Nursing on the measurement of person-centered caring "THE DEVELOPMENT AND PSYCHOMETRIC TESTING OF THREE INSTRUMENTS THAT MEASURE PERSON‐CENTRED CARING AS THREE CONCEPTS – PERSONALIZATION, PARTICIPATION AND RESPONSIVENESS"
|November 6, 2018||
A NARRATIVE REVIEW BY MIKALYN DEFOOR, LARA STEPLEMAN AND PAUL MANN ILLUSTRATES THE ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS, HETERONORMATIVE BIASES, AND ACTIONS THAT SPORTS MEDICINE PRACTITIONERS CAN TAKE TO HELP. FOLLOW THE LINK BELOW TO READ THE OPEN ACCESS ARTICLE
This is the first student-driven manuscript to be published under the Leadership through Ethics (LTE) division of the Center for Bioethics and Health Policy at the Medical College of Georgia. The authors express great appreciation for the faculty, staff and student leadership of the LTE program for their support and vision for the educational development and research endeavors of the program. We also express our gratitude to the Institute of Public and Preventative Health (IPPH) for their financial support of the manuscript publication.
DeFoor MT, Stepleman LM and Mann PC. Improving wellness for LGB collegiate student-athletes through sports medicine: A narrative review. Sports Medicine – Open. 2018;4(48).
November 13, 2018
DR. PAUL MANN WAS PUBLISHED IN JOURNAL PEDIATRICS.
|September 21, 2018||
MCG DEAN HONORS LONGTIME FACULTY MEMBER
"Dr. William B. Strong, director of Augusta University’s Center for Bioethics and Health Policy, received the Professionalism Award during Hess’s annual State of the College Address Sept. 21."
September 21, 2018
D. DOUGLAS MILLER, MD BECOMES SENIOR ASSOCIATE DEAN FOR UNDERGRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION
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|November 22, 2017||
CHAPLAIN FLOWERS NAMED A HOSPITAL HERO BY THE GEORGIA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION
"The Rev. William Jeffrey Flowers, director of Pastoral Care at Augusta University Health, has been named a 2017 Hospital Hero by the Georgia Hospital Association. Chaplain Flowers, one of just nine individuals statewide to receive this award, is being recognized for more than 20 years of compassionate counseling of patients, families, and health care colleagues, as well as his leading role in the expansion of the Pastoral Care department." | READ MORE about Rev. William Flowers
|Jun 24, 2017||
RAWSON NAMED TO BOARD OF EXAMINERS FOR NATIONAL QUALITY AWARD
Dr. James V. Rawson "named to the Board of Examiners for the 2017 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award by the U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology. The award is the nation’s highest honor for organizational innovation and performance excellence. He is chairman of the Department of Radiology and Imaging at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University." | READ MORE about the appointment
|May 7, 2017||
MCG DOCTOR HONORED WITH NATIONAL AWARD
May 7, 2017 - "Dr. James V. Rawson, the chairman of MCG’s department of radiology, was chosen by the American College of Radiology’s economics and health policy department as its 2017 recipient of the William T. Thorwarth Jr., MD, Award."