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Save the date: Marijuana and Public Health Symposium

The Marijuana and Public Health Symposium will be from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 7 at Mile High Station, 2027 W. Lower Colfax Ave., Denver. “The Colorado...
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School of Public Health to gain from $1.5 million in grants from four Colorado foundations

Local Colorado foundations signaled ongoing support for improved community health with the announcement of a new, collaboratively funded grant to the Colorado...
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Pinwheel garden promotes prevention of child abuse

This pinwheel garden is planted on the southwest lawn of Building 500 on the Anschutz Medical Campus. They’re popping up in front yards, at community events...
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Epidemic of prescription drug ODs inspires new training program

A new training program to help stem the epidemic of opioid prescription-related overdoses and unintentional deaths has won the endorsement of the Colorado...
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Anschutz Medical Campus to continue work on master plan, strategic initiatives in 2013

It's been said that “planning is everything.” At the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, that couldn't be more true, as plans abound for the campus...
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CU Denver’s Coussons-Read named UCCS provost

Mary Coussons-Read, a professor and administrator with appointments at the University of Colorado Denver and the Colorado School of Public Health, on Tuesday...
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Six faculty members to join ranks of Distinguished Professors

The annual recognition goes to faculty members who demonstrate exemplary performance in research or creative work, a record of excellence in classroom teaching...
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Gift to program will improve wellness at work and home

Pinnacol Assurance , Colorado’s leading provider of workers’ compensation insurance, has formed a partnership with the Colorado School of Public Health to...
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New campaign to address opioid dependence

The Colorado School of Public Health and Pinnacol Assurance are taking a significant step in addressing the rising rates of death from opioid pain relievers by...
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Colorado named a WHO collaborating center

The maternal and child health division within the Colorado School of Public Health ’s Center for Global Health was designated by the World Health Organization...
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DeGette: Gains being made on ensuring food safety

Judith Albino, right, dean of the Colorado School of Public Health, presents a plaque of appreciation to U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette after DeGette’s talk on "...
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Documentary photography a ‘complex, deeply emotional’ process

The gripping wonder of a snapshot in time - and the sobering moral freight that often comes with it - took the spotlight during a recent presentation at the...
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Vitamin E, prostate cancer connection raises dosage questions

Yearly physicals and vitamin supplements aren’t top priorities for most men. In fact, for many men, PSA stands for “patient-stimulated anxiety” not prostate-...
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Latino health focus of summit

Community, academic, legislative and economic partners are invited to attend this year’s Latino Research and Policy Center Summit, “Working Together to Improve...
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Public Health Academy gets under way with first class of high schoolers

Students sport CU T-shirts to pose with Rep. Rhonda Fields during a visit to the Capitol. What do you get when you ask a high school sophomore, “What is public...
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Finalists for dean of Colorado School of Public Health announced

CU Denver Provost Roderick Nairn and the Colorado School of Public Health Dean Search Committee have announced that four candidates from a distinguished group...
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Colorado School of Public Health honors Poudre Valley Health System

The Colorado School of Public Health named the Poudre Valley Health System's (PVHS) Coalition for Activity and Nutrition to Defeat Obesity (CanDo) the...

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