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Northwest Area Health Education Center Celebrates 35th Anniversary

The Northwest Area Health Education Center (Northwest AHEC) of Wake Forest University School of Medicine and part of the N.C. AHEC Program will host the last official celebration of its 35 th anniversary on Thursday, May 21, at the new Wake Forest University Deacon Tower at BB&T Field.

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Share the Health Fair to Offer Free Screenings and Other Services

Free screenings and other health-related services will be available to the public on Saturday, Dec. 1, at the 20th annual Share the Health Fair.

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Online Course Teaches Health Care Professionals to Help Patients Stop Smoking

Online Course Teaches Health Care Professionals to Help Patients Stop Smoking Online Course Teaches Health Care Professionals to Help Patients Stop Smoking WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - The Northwest Area Health Education Center (AHEC) at Wake Forest University School of Medicine has developed an online interactive c

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New Free Online Course Helps Clinicians Make Better Prescribing Decisions

Improving their patients' experience with prescription drugs is the purpose of a new online course for physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and medical students, called SmartPrescribe. The course was developed by Wake Forest University School of Medicine and the Northwest Area Health Education Center of the North Carolina Area Health Education Centers Program.

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Northwest Officials Discuss Health Concerns at First Breakfast Meeting

Northwest Officials Discuss Health Concerns at First Breakfast Meeting Northwest Officials Discuss Health Concerns at First Breakfast Meeting WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - Regional health issues and initiatives were the topics when eight North Carolina General Assembly members - from Forsyth, Davie, Wilkes, Davi

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Northwest AHEC Launches Mobile App for N.C. Physicians

The Northwest Area Health Education Center (AHEC) of Wake Forest School of Medicine (WFSM) and part of the North Carolina AHEC Program has launched CreditTrakr, a utility application for Apple mobile devices that will help North Carolina physicians keep track of their AMA PRA Category 1 and Category 2 Credits TM.

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City of Arts and Medicine Series Presents the Alzheimer’s Project

An art exhibit and a series of lectures at the Gateway Gallery at The Enrichment Center and Senior Services Inc., will explore Alzheimer’s disease, a puzzling form of dementia, now through Sept. 16. All events are free and open to the public. “The Alzheimer’s Project” is the inaugural project of the “City of Arts and Medicine Series” sponsored by the Northwest Area Health Education Center (AHEC) at Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Senior Services Inc. and The Enrichment Center. To register or for more information, contact Joyce Allen, (336) 713-7726, jeallen@wfubmc.edu. For gallery information, call the Gateway Gallery at The Enrichment Center, (336) 777-0076 or visit the Website, www.enrichmentcenter.org

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Developmental Disabilities Conference Scheduled for October 30

The Northwest Area Health Education Center (AHEC) of Wake Forest University School of Medicine and the Special Olympics of North Carolina have collaborated to sponsor a conference to address issues affecting developmentally disabled individuals and the challenges they face living in mainstream society.

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Share the Health Fair to Offer Free Screenings and Other Services

Share the Health Fair to Offer Free Screenings and Other Services

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Northwest AHEC Recipient of 2018 Community Partnership Award

Northwest AHEC Recipient of 2018 Community Partnership Award

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