Medical students interested in the field of addictions are encouraged to explore the Summer School of Addiction Studies through the Scaife Medical Student Fellowship Program. This one week program, made possible by the Scaife Family Foundation, includes a four-hour per day course designed for future physicians and up to 20 hours of additional education through lectures and workshops of the students choosing.
ATTENTION MEDICAL STUDENTS
January is National Birth Defects Month, dedicated to raising awareness of both preventable and unpreventable birth defects, from Down Syndrome to Fetal Alochol Spectrum Disorders.
January 14, 2015, 2:00 p.m. (EST)
Webinar: How Much Alcohol Can a Woman Drink During Pregnancy And Be Sure To Not Harm Her Baby? Why The Answer Is None
In anticipation of the upcoming Birth Defects Prevention Month (January), the National Birth Defects Prevention Network (NBDPN) has released the 2015 National Birth Defects Prevention Month packet. The theme of the packet is “Making Healthy Choices to Prevent Birth Defects – Make a PACT for Prevention.”