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The University's dedication is on top of the $1 million employee assistance fund announced earlier this month by Penn Medicine. [Read More]
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To help in the ongoing fight against the novel coronavirus, groups across campus are donating what they can, from masks and gloves to ventilators. [Read More]
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Sarah Barringer Gordon, the Arlin M. Adams Professor of Constitutional Law and Professor of History, offers a commentary on American political responses to epidemics past. [Read More]
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Betty Chandy, Catalyst @ Penn GSE's Director for Online Learning, has prepared educators and schools for virtual and blended learning at the middle and high... [Read More]
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The University of Pennsylvania has announced admission decisions for Regular Decision applicants to the Class of 2024, the institution's 268th class. [Read More]
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In the face of the coronavirus, some people collected household goods. Others ignored the warnings altogether. Two Penn researchers explain why both responses are normal... [Read More]
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Across Philadelphia and the surrounding counties in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, shops and restaurants have closed their doors, schools and businesses have turned to virtual... [Read More]
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Abstract [from journal] Objective: Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a serious public health concern and impacts the entire family unit, particularly children. We implemented an... [Read More]
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Abstract [from journal] Importance: Pharmacy fill data are increasingly accessible to clinicians and researchers to evaluate longitudinal medication persistence beyond patient self-report. Objective: To assess the... [Read More]
Abstract [from journal] Background: Moral distress is an important and well-studied phenomenon among nurses and other healthcare providers, yet the conceptualization of parental moral distress... [Read More]
Benchmark for COVID-19 patients... [Read More]
Jennifer Prah Ruger discusses global health equity in a time of global crisis, why it matters for everyone, where U.S. policy is succeeding and failing,... [Read More]
A disruption to any single link, from factories overseas to the truck driver delivering goods the final mile, could have a ripple effect, according to... [Read More]
Penn researchers have shown success using genetically engineered macrophages, an immune cell that eats invaders in the body, to target solid tumors. [Read More]
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