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Donahue Receives PCORI Grant to Study COVID-19 impact on Glucose Monitoring in Diabetes Patients

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Katrina Donahue, MD, MPH, and Laura Young, MD, PhD, of the UNC School of Medicine are co-primary researchers of a study to investigate the impact of COVID-19 on glucose monitoring in primary care patients with diabetes.

New endowment honors Stafford’s commitment to community service

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On June 26th, during the UNC Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship graduation ceremony, the newly created Harry C. Stafford Endowment for Community Service was announced. Alumni of the program surprised its Director, Harry Stafford, MD, MBA, with the endowment that honors his ongoing commitment to humanitarian service beyond clinical care. 

Sloane, Sheps Center study finds oral hygiene training can significantly reduce pneumonia in nursing homes

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The UNC Sheps Center’s Mouth Care Without a Battle training program shows promising results after one year, underscores need to establish new standards of care for residents with dementia.

Celebrating National Nurses Week

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National Nurses Week is celebrated from May 6th – May 12th, and honors nurses around the country for the incredible work they do in helping and caring for others. Here at UNC Family Medicine, we are extremely grateful for our nurses and the dedication they have for our patients and our practice. Their skill, warmth, … Continued