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Preventive Medicine Residents in a didactic session.

The UNC Preventive Medicine Residency offers two years of training, the academic year and the practicum year. The academic year consists of full-time course work in one of several departments of the School of Public Health, leading to the MPH degree. The practicum year is a closely supervised experience that primarily involves completion of a specific preventive medicine research project and an experience in a public health agency. Most successful applicants to the UNC Preventive Medicine Residency have already completed a residency in a primary care specialty.

 

 

 

News & Events

  • Preventive Medicine Resident (and School of Cardiology Fellow) Sameer Arora is leading a study reviewing hospitalizations for a certain type of heart attack in two hospitals in northern India. This is the first prospective cohort study of this magnitude in the region and is already providing unique data about opportunities to improve STEMI management in … Continued

  • Incoming residents hit the ground running in Raleigh

    Incoming and returning Preventive Medicine Residents traveled to Raleigh on July 24th to meet with various agencies with the State Health Department.  They spoke with the Medical Director of the Communicable Disease Branch, Branch Head of the Public Health Preparedness and Response Branch, State Health Director/Chief Medical Officer, Chief of Women’s and Children’s section, and … Continued

  • Building Bridges in the Steel City

    Preventive Medicine Residents traveled to Pittsburgh in May to attend the annual ACPM meetings.  Pictured below, three of our residents, Matthew Hall, Cameron Coleman, and Emily Hanna, presented posters during the poster session.  Matthew Hall also co-presented the session “Protecting the Future of Preventive Medicine: To Privilege or not to Privilege.”  Program alumni were also … Continued

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