A new teaching model developed at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine educates residents and fellows on how to effectively redirect patients during difficult interactions. Called “The 7Cs protocol,” it provides a framework for junior physicians to act, versus react, during stressful patient encounters.
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The University of Miami Miller School of Medicine will soon begin one of the nation’s first full-scale Zika vaccine clinical trials testing the National Institutes of Health’s (NIH) experimental DNA-based vaccine. As Miami-Dade County has been ground zero for the Zika virus outbreak in the U.S., testing the vaccine in an endemic region is critical to help determine the vaccine’s safety.
Lilian Abbo, M.D., associate professor of clinical infectious diseases at the Miller School of Medicine and Chief of Infection Prevention and Antimicrobial Stewardship for Jackson Health System, was an invited speaker at the prestigious British Society of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy Spring Conference in London. The subject was “The Global Challenge of Multi-drug Resistant Gram Negative Bacterial Infections.”