UF Health researchers receive funding to make it easier to collect patient-reported outcomes, with the goal of improving clinical care and research.
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UF Health research team receives funding to improve oral health care and adherence to best practice with antipsychotic medication for children in Medicaid and CHIP in Florida and Texas.
Online weight loss information in Spanish is frequently inaccurate and incomplete, according to a systematic assessment of Spanish search engine results performed by UF Health researchers.
Florida sees a sharp increase in fentanyl-related deaths, according to UF Health researchers who co-authored a CDC report.
In case you missed it — that’s ICYMI in Internet speak — study after study shows teens prefer texting, social media and email to communicating by phone. The question is, if teens could communicate with their doctors and receive test results more easily through electronic means, would they? And would it improve […]
Maryland’s increase in sales tax on alcohol likely decreased the state’s gonorrhea rates, according to UF Health researchers.
The UF Clinical and Translational Science Institute has received a $17.5 million award from the National Institutes of Health to speed discoveries toward better health over the next four years.
The OneFlorida Clinical Research Consortium has been approved for $7.9 million in funding from PCORI and has been named one of the nation’s 13 clinical data research networks.
UF researchers find that a new policy for disabled adults covered by Medicaid improved aspects of their care for chronic diseases, compared to traditional care.
Only one of 30 popular free fitness apps meets the majority of American College of Sports Medicine guidelines for physical activity, according to UF Health researchers.