Director's Message

This issue of the North Carolina AHEC Review includes several articles on innovative ways the NC AHEC Program supports students and practicing health professionals, sometimes in non-traditional ways, to acquire and maintain the skills they need to be productive members of the health care team...(more)

 

News Briefs

Gal, Koval Receive Grants for Second Life Projects

Wake AHEC Receives $300,000 Duke Endowment Grant

Perinatal Post

AHEC Digital Library Launches New Design

Southern Regional and Charlotte AHECs Receive Awards

Wake AHEC Provides Programs on Human Trafficking

DataSpeak Webinar

NC Physicians Learn, Grow, and Improve Quality of Care

Geriatrics Product of the Year Awarded

Share the Health in Winston-Salem

NW AHEC Supports Premedical Student Conference

North Carolina AHEC Program
spring 2010 newsletter

NC AHEC Awarded $13.6 Million for Regional Extension Centers
Under the leadership of the North Carolina AHEC Program, located at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina will establish a comprehensive regional extension center to support primary care providers in adopting electronic health records and utilizing health information technology effectively to improve the quality of health care throughout the state...(more)

Nurse Refresher Program Theory Course Now Available Online
For over twenty years, the NC AHEC Program and the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Nursing and Friday Center for Continuing Education have worked together to offer an RN refresher program to enable nurses with lapsed or inactive licenses to return to active nursing practice. The program consists of a self-paced Theory Course, offered via distance education, and a Clinical Practicum that is administered through regional AHECs...(more)

NC AHEC Launches The Quality Source
This web site will provide a centralized point of communication for information related to the quality improvement efforts in health care throughout the state of North Carolina...(more)

Mayer and Payne Fellowships Awarded
On March 5, the NC AHEC Program announced the 2010 Eugene S. Mayer Traveling Fellow and the 2010 John Payne Fellows...(more)

Larry Keith, champion for minority medical students, dies at 58
"Larry Keith not only had a profound impact on hundreds of students who went through the MED Program, but he gave selflessly to AHEC as well...(more)