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Archive for 2015



2015 UF Sports Medicine Conference

By • Jan 16th, 2015 • Category: Event

The University of Florida’s Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine Institute is hosting the Safety in Adolescent & High School Sports Medicine Conference on Feb. 21. The conference will focus on adolescent sports medicine and musculoskeletal injuries.

Eighth annual 2015 UF Running Medicine Conference

By • Jan 16th, 2015 • Category: Event

The University of Florida’s Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine Institute is hosting an upcoming Running Medicine Conference from Feb. 19-20. The conference will focus on running medicine and its many facets.

UF Internal Medicine Update 2015

By • Jan 16th, 2015 • Category: Event

The University of Florida’s College of Medicine in Jacksonville is hosting the Internal Medicine Update 2015 from Feb. 6-8. The conference will focus on current topics in Internal Medicine, and will provide an overview of nearly 20 conditions, diseases and treatments.

UF Health wins two AAMC awards

By • Jan 16th, 2015 • Category: Miscellaneous

Innovative programs recognized for clinical and educational advances

Community lowers heart disease risks, death rates over 40-year period

By • Jan 14th, 2015 • Category: Epidemiology and Health Policy Research, From the Lab

UF leader, colleagues detail how one community lowered heart disease risks, deaths over 40 years.

Privacy reminder re: new UF Health Bridge intranet

By • Jan 13th, 2015 • Category: Staff

A reminder for all faculty, staff and students: When using Bridge.UFHealth.org, please follow guidelines to protect sensitive information.

Bridge the gap with the UF Health Bridge pop quiz

By • Jan 13th, 2015 • Category: Miscellaneous

UF Health faculty and staff: Take this pop quiz to test your knowledge of Bridge and enter to win an iPad Mini.

Attend a UF Health Bridge training session

By • Jan 13th, 2015 • Category: Staff

Beginning Jan. 12, all UF Health faculty and staff computers defaulted to the Bridge as the web browser homepage. Training sessions are now open for registration.