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Els dijous 10, 17 i 24 de març de 2022 us convidem a participar en els debats de bioètica corresponents al CineFòrum “Les Malalties Minoritàries, una mirada a través del cinema”.

CineFòrum, debats d’ètica és un cicle de 3 debats durant 3 setmanes, que té lloc tres dijous a la tarda. És obert a tots els públics, i especialment adreçat als professionals de la salut i a les famílies que viuen de prop la realitat de les malalties minoritàries i convencionals.

Cada sessió s’inicia amb la projecció del film a la Filmoteca de Catalunya per, a continuació, obrir el debat amb el panell de professionals convidats: un expert clínic, un expert en bioètica i un representant de pacient.

Aquest cicle de pel·lícules té per objectiu crear un espai de reflexió entorn als dilemes ètics que es presenten amb l’arribada de nous tractaments i noves línies d’investigació, així com conscienciar de la importància del paper de la bioètica en la presa de decisions mèdiques i socials.

El projecte neix el febrer de 2020 sota el guiatge de la Filmoteca de Catalunya, amb l’objectiu de crear un espai de reflexió entorn als dilemes ètics que es presenten en l’abordatge de les malalties minoritàries, i de conscienciar la societat, els representants de pacients, i els professionals clínics i de la recerca, de la importància del paper de la bioètica en la presa de decisions mèdiques i socials.

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It was just this morning when his wait was rewarded.
Derik Williams enjoyed a hearty breakfast from his hospital bed.
A hearty breakfast of his favorite treat.
For Derik, there's nothing better than red velvet cake for breakfast.

This is a story about the power of prayer, the grace of God and the will to live.
The story about a 37-year-old who refused to say goodbye.
A wife who lived her testimony.
And that fresh, moist red velvet cake.

It was mid-September of 2021 when Jacksonville, Alabama's Derik and Mandy Williams were fighting Covid-19.
Mandy was beating it, but Derik was rushed to RMC Anniston with severe Covid-19 pneumonia and placed on a ventilator.
The beginning of organ failure was just days away.
Mandy prayed, “Lord, please help my husband.”

It was a week later when Derik was transferred to Princeton Baptist Hospital in Birmingham.
Derik was hooked up to an ECMO machine, a device that acted as an iron lung.
No visitors.
Thank God the Covid-19 unit was on the ground floor.

Each and every day, Mandy drove two hours to Birmingham.
There sat Mandy in a lawn chair just outside of her husband’s window, Derik's mom Melissa alongside her each and every day.
Mandy had nurses hold the phone to Derik’s ear, as she said, “I love you, Derik. God’s got this.”
The sun set- Brandy and Melissa slept in their lawn chairs overnight as nurses would bring them blankets and pillows.

It was early October, and it happened so fast.
Mandy nearly lost Derik not once, but three times, the last as he crashed on his way to ECMO.
“The hospital chaplain told me it was time to say goodbye”, Mandy tells me.
“I just kept praying, every minute of every day.”

The family knew where to gather.
Outside of the hospital, peering into bed #5.
Doctors would wave, nurses would show Derik the faces and the hands pressed against the window.
Mandy would bring the fur babies along in an effort to cheer up her husband.

Derik was on the edge.
Mandy's husband was on ECMO for over three months when she fell to the floor.
“I laid it all on the cross”, says Mandy.
“I cried out to God and told him I was giving Him Derik’s sickness and pain. I was giving it all to Him.”

It was after the first of the year, and Mandy suddenly felt at peace.
Her phone rang. The news was good.
After nearly losing him three times, after the ventilator, the feeding tube, the trache.
After 98 days, Derik was being taken off ECMO.

Derik Williams is at UAB Hospital this week, that after he suffered a fifth collapsed lung last week.
Things are starting to look up for the family, and Mandy credits great doctors, nurses, family and God.
“You can ask my husband how Heaven can fight for you”, says Mandy.
“All you have to do is let Him into your heart and I promise that He will take it from there.”

Derik hopes to be discharged from the hospital in about a week.
He looks forward to sleeping in his own bed and eating some home-cooked food.
He looks forward to getting reacquainted with his wife and his boys Braxton, Tye and Christian.
He looks forward to saying his prayers.

It was early this morning when he closed his eyes and took a bite.
Life was just perfect as Derik sat up in bed.
God had been good.

After nearly seven months in four different hospitals and too many scares.
After doctors and nurses and family and God stepped up.
At long last, Derik Williams had everything he dreamed of getting back:

His Health.

His Family.

His Red Velvet Cake.

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Celebrate women in #HIVScience this #WomensHistoryMonth with Dr. Latesha Elopre, assistant professor from UAB Medicine! Watch her episode of #SouthernScience as she gives us the lowdown on PrEP as a form of HIV prevention.

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Demolition work continues at UAB as part of a $75 million project to build the Altec Styslinger Genomic Medicine and Data Sciences Building. On Monday, UAB shared a timelapse video of a building on 7th Avenue South being demolished. Learn more about the project here: https://bit.ly/3srC3WU

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So, you think we’re tough?
We don’t know about tough.
We don’t know about the fight of Brad Adderhold.
But now you do.

To understand the amazing story of Brad Adderhold, we have to turn the clock back seven months to August 1st, 2001.
Erin’s husband and Ava’s daddy was driven from Piedmont, Alabama to UAB Hospital in Birmingham.
Erin did the driving, as she had a bad feeling in the pit of her stomach.
She wanted top-notch care for her 39-year-old husband.

It was a week later- August 9th, 2021- and it was a bad day for Erin Adderhold.
As her husband was put on a ventilator, Erin’s phone rang.
She learned that her grandmother had died from Covid-19.
Erin glanced at Brad and feared the worst.

Erin Adderhold knew something that we didn’t.
Her husband had been fighting all his life.
Brad was born without fingers on his left hand due to Amniotic Band Syndrome.
He knew how to fight battles that no one understood.

It was a week later, August 16th, 2021.
Brad was put on an ECMO machine.
The contraption sucked his blood into an oxygenator, or an artificial lung and kept him alive.
Doctors thought that Brad might never come off of it.

Days turned into weeks and weeks into months.
Brad was going downhill with head-spinning setbacks:

A heart infection.
Renal failure (dialysis was ordered).
Septic shock- twice.
Collapsed lungs, not once, but twice.
A tracheostomy.
A ventilator.
Feeding tubes and art lines and tunneled lines and picc lines.
And then, more bad news.

“Your husband needs a lung transplant”, said the doctor.
“But due to his heart infection, he is not eligible.”
“I’m sorry, but it looks as if he has about a five percent chance.”

Erin Adderhold is a woman of faith, and she turned to God… again.
Brad was approaching 177 days on ECMO.
Nearly seven months in the hospital.
She also knew that Brad was a fighter.

Brad will be going home in the next few days.
The same man who spent seven months in the hospital.
The same man who was given a five percent chance.

Yes, a true miracle has unfolded right in front of Brad's now-opened eyes.
“I believe that God was saying ‘Wait just a minute’”, Erin tells me.
“We needed to be a little more patient while He finished his work.”
Seven months required a lot of patience.

Brad turned the Big 4-0 back on January 9th, and missed his big day, as he was ventilated.

“Brad’s comeback is truly a miracle”, says Erin.

“God is good.”

“And Brad’s birthday party once he gets home?”

“It’s going to be wonderful.”

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New semester means new interns from the University of Alabama at Birmingham for CourMed®.

Please welcome Nhi Nguyen (Oakland, CA) and Stacy Bledsoe (Birmingham, AL) to the CourMed team.

Concierge healthcare is the wave of the future and CourMed leads the way!

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Happy #twosday! We've only just begun at the ASC and we have some 🔥🔥🔥 acts that you do not want to miss! Visit alysstephens.org to get your tickets today!

*Cuban Jazz Duo is a free concert sponsored by @Alabama State Council on the Arts and Dora & Sonjay Singh. You must register to attend this event.

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05/14/2022

UAB Medicine Hospital Week 2022

No matter their path to health care, we are grateful for each of our employees who chose UAB Medicine. We're proud of the impact they make each day for our patients and the community.

Together 🏥❤️

05/13/2022

Learn more about UAB Medicine's Addiction Recovery Program

Did you know that UAB Medicine has an Addiction Recovery Program? Below is a partial list of our services, which we provide in a confidential, non-judgmental manner:
✔️ Inpatient detoxification
✔️ Intensive outpatient (IOP) treatment
✔️ Group & individual therapy
✔️ Medication-assisted treatment (MAT)
✔️ Family services
✔️ Continuing care
✔️ Peer support
✔️ Liver evaluations
✔️ Evaluations for health care professionals
✔️ Consult service

Learn more about all we have to offer here: https://fal.cn/3mVL3

Potential acute pancreatitis treatment identified by team of UAB researchers 05/13/2022

Potential acute pancreatitis treatment identified by team of UAB researchers

“Our lab seeks to mitigate the symptoms of this disease through potential treatments that would bring relief to our patients who experience acute pancreatitis.” - Vikas Dudeja, M.D., director of the UAB Division of Surgical Oncology

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Potential acute pancreatitis treatment identified by team of UAB researchers Pirfenidone shows promise as treatment for acute pancreatitis in therapeutic settings, according to new study.

05/12/2022

The WISDOM Study is a nationwide effort to improve breast cancer screening for all women. The goal of WISDOM is to find the safest and best way to screen for breast cancer. To join WISDOM or to learn more, visit https://fal.cn/3ozvq or call 855-729-2844.

Oral cancer survivor uses story to warn others about the dangers of oral cancer 05/12/2022

Oral cancer survivor uses story to warn others about the dangers of oral cancer

“About 75 percent of patients with mouth cancer are initially seen by their dentist. Early detection of oral cancer can be the cure. If patients are experiencing spots in the mouth or lumps in the neck, they need to talk to their dentist or primary care provider." - Anthony Morlandt, M.D., DDS

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Oral cancer survivor uses story to warn others about the dangers of oral cancer According to the Alabama Department of Public Health, Alabama ranks fifth in the United States for oral cavity and pharynx cancer incidence and seventh among the states for oral cavity and pharynx cancer deaths.

05/12/2022

Visit our UAB Medicine Injection Clinic locations to receive your Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. Those aged 5 and up who haven’t been vaccinated or those 12 and up that need their second dose of the Pfizer vaccine are encouraged to visit during the clinics' hours Monday through Friday to receive a COVID-19 vaccine at no charge. Appointments are recommended and can be made at https://fal.cn/3ozli, though walk-in visits are accepted, too.

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Yesterday, we celebrated our incredible UAB Medicine staff at our Provider and Employee Picnic in recognition of .

Thank you to Full Moon BBQ for the great lunch and to all of our volunteers!

05/12/2022

While celebrating Hospital Week and Nurses Week, we are overwhelmed with gratitude for our dedicated and caring health care professionals here at UAB Medicine.

Thank you for making a difference every day ❤️

UAB’s Cardiothoracic Surgery Unit has been awarded the Beacon Award for Excellence by AACN 05/11/2022

UAB’s Cardiothoracic Surgery Unit has been awarded the Beacon Award for Excellence by AACN

🎉UAB Medicine's Cardiothoracic Surgery Unit has been awarded the silver-level Beacon Award for Excellence by the AACN American Association of Critical-Care Nurses.

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UAB’s Cardiothoracic Surgery Unit has been awarded the Beacon Award for Excellence by AACN Units that receive the Beacon Award serve as role models for excellence in patient care.

New tumor ablation therapy treatment for cancer patients offered at UAB 05/10/2022

New tumor ablation therapy treatment for cancer patients offered at UAB

“As treatments become more personalized, it is important to have a variety of options that can meet each patient’s treatment goals. This ablation system allows the interventional radiology physician to precisely target a tumor in the liver, lung, kidney, breast or soft tissues for destruction while sparing normal structures that might otherwise be harmed.” - A.J. Gunn, M.D.

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New tumor ablation therapy treatment for cancer patients offered at UAB UAB is the only site in the state of Alabama to offer the NanoKnife treatment. The University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Department of Radiology is utilizing a special technology to help with tumor ablation therapy called the NanoKnife.   The NanoKnife is a minimally invasive, image-guided pr...

05/10/2022

Blood supplies remain dangerously low across the United States. UAB Medicine and the American Red Cross will host a blood drive at UAB Hospital North Pavilion, May 10-13. Learn more at https://fal.cn/3ou0Y.

05/09/2022

Health care workers inspire us every day and are at the heart of National 🏥❤️🎉

Thank you to all UAB Medicine staff for everything you do to provide the best care for our patients and community!

How to Talk to Children About Nutrition - UAB Medicine News - UAB Medicine 05/09/2022

How to Talk to Children About Nutrition - UAB Medicine News - UAB Medicine

Hear from UAB Medicine Food and Nutrition Services' clinical dietitian, Manisha Vaidya, MS, RD, LD, on how to have more meaningful conversations and positive experiences with your children about nutrition.

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How to Talk to Children About Nutrition - UAB Medicine News - UAB Medicine Good nutrition can be a contributing factor to a healthy lifestyle, which may reduce medical problems later in life. So, it’s important to talk to your children about this early in their lives.

05/09/2022

Happy National Nurses Week to our incredible team of dedicated, compassionate, and caring nurses. Thank you for making a difference every day!

UAB Medicine Employee Couple Juggle Premature Birth, Organ Transplant - UAB Medicine News - UAB Medicine 05/09/2022

UAB Medicine Employee Couple Juggle Premature Birth, Organ Transplant - UAB Medicine News - UAB Medicine

Organ transplant surgery and the premature birth of their child — at the same time, during a pandemic — are not what Kacy and Daniel Tucker planned on, but these UAB Medicine employees report good outcomes from a very bad year.

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UAB Medicine Employee Couple Juggle Premature Birth, Organ Transplant - UAB Medicine News - UAB Medicine UAB Medicine clinicians take pride in the excellent care they provide for patients and families. In 2020, employees Kacy and Daniel Tucker got an up-close view of that care – this...

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Friday, May 6, UAB broke ground on its replacement inpatient rehabilitation facility. The new building will be located on 7th Ave S. and is slated to open in 2025. The $156.7 million, 350,000-square-foot project will replace the existing Spain Rehabilitation Center.

“This state-of-the-art facility will further UAB’s mission to deliver leading-edge, compassionate care and will build on our nationally recognized excellence in rehabilitation,” - UAB President Ray Watts, M.D

Learn more here: https://fal.cn/3ooQ1

05/06/2022

The All of Us Research Program is dedicated to better health, both in the future and today. You have the power to help drive research forward. Learn how at JoinAllofUs.org/UAB.

Nutrition Tips for Healthier Aging - UAB Medicine News - UAB Medicine 05/06/2022

Nutrition Tips for Healthier Aging - UAB Medicine News - UAB Medicine

Brain, bones, muscles, heart, blood – your nutritional habits influence them all. Read more to learn how you can reduce your risk for five of the most common issues of aging.

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Nutrition Tips for Healthier Aging - UAB Medicine News - UAB Medicine Most of the dramatic changes in our bodies happen in the first few decades of life. We don’t always see the slower changes in our bodies as adults, and they don’t happen at the same rate for everyone.

Investing in a better tomorrow: State, county, city leaders and donors join UAB to break ground on game-changing new genomics 05/05/2022

Investing in a better tomorrow: State, county, city leaders and donors join UAB to break ground on game-changing new genomics

“This facility, made possible by the foresight and help of our state and local leaders, as well as generous donors, will position UAB and Alabama to be a global leader in precision medicine and genomic sciences, enhancing world-class clinical care for our community and beyond,” - UAB President Ray Watts, M.D.

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Investing in a better tomorrow: State, county, city leaders and donors join UAB to break ground on game-changing new genomics New $78 million Altec/Styslinger Genomic Medicine and Data Sciences Building will accelerate advancements in precision medicine, informatics and data sciences — areas that represent the future of modern health care.

05/05/2022

Diabetes in Pregnancy

Women's Health with Dr. Huh is back with Ashley Battarbee, MD to discuss the major concerns and methods for controlling gestational diabetes.

Tune in here to learn more about the careful management gestational diabetes requires: https://fal.cn/3omLj

Join Nextdoor, an app for neighborhoods where you can get local tips, buy and sell items, and more 05/05/2022

Join Nextdoor, an app for neighborhoods where you can get local tips, buy and sell items, and more

Find UAB Medicine on Nextdoor!

Join Nextdoor, an app for neighborhoods where you can get local tips, buy and sell items, and more Nextdoor is the neighborhood hub for trusted connections and the exchange of helpful information, goods, and services.

Hysterectomies & Hormones :: UAB Experts Answer Our Most Probing Questions 05/04/2022

Hysterectomies & Hormones :: UAB Experts Answer Our Most Probing Questions

Hear from our UAB Women & Infants Services experts as they share some insight on hysterectomies and hormones with Birmingham Mom Collective.

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Hysterectomies & Hormones :: UAB Experts Answer Our Most Probing Questions The female body is an amazing, complex machine. As mothers, we experience the wonder of it in a new way when we grow and give birth to children. It’s truly amazing what the body can do! At the same time, some women do encounter issues or concerns. For women with complications who are no longer [.....

Donor Dash for Life 5K 05/04/2022

Donor Dash for Life 5K

Don't miss Legacy of Hope's annual Donor Dash for Life 5K race on Saturday, May 7, at 9 a.m. at Veterans Park in Hoover, AL to honor all those affected by organ, eye, and tissue donation.

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Donor Dash for Life 5K The Donor Dash for Life 5K is on Saturday May 7, 2022.

Eating healthy does not have to break the bank 05/03/2022

Eating healthy does not have to break the bank

“It’s hard for anyone to change their usual grocery shopping and food habits in a flash, but the price of food is forcing all of us to reconsider how and what we’re eating,” - Tara Harman, UAB Department of Nutrition Sciences instructor

Learn a few budget-friendly nutritional tips from our experts here:

Eating healthy does not have to break the bank Uncertainties related to the conflict in Europe, supply chain issues and more continue to drive up the cost of groceries; but eating healthy does not have to cost you an arm and a leg.

05/02/2022

Pam's Beaded Beauties will be in the Noth Pavilion Atrium tomorrow, May 3rd from 7 am - 4 pm.

UAB Medicine offers strategies for people with disabilities as they outgrow the pediatrician 05/02/2022

UAB Medicine offers strategies for people with disabilities as they outgrow the pediatrician

Transitioning from pediatric to adult health care can be a difficult experience for individuals who have complex or chronic medical conditions. To help ease the transition, UAB Medicine is hosting its Staging Transition for Every Patient program event on Saturday, May 7, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the United Ability's LINCPoint Adult Program Building.

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UAB Medicine offers strategies for people with disabilities as they outgrow the pediatrician UAB Medicine’s STEP program helps people with disabilities as they transition from pediatric health care to adult health care.

Art Expressions of the Head & Neck Cancer Journey - School of Medicine - Otolaryngology | UAB 04/29/2022

Art Expressions of the Head & Neck Cancer Journey - School of Medicine - Otolaryngology | UAB

The Otolaryngology Department collaborates with UAB Arts in Medicine to bring head and neck cancer patients a different kind of healing.

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Art Expressions of the Head & Neck Cancer Journey - School of Medicine - Otolaryngology | UAB The Otolaryngology Department collaborates with UAB Arts in Medicine to bring head and neck cancer patients a different kind of healing.

04/29/2022

NICU Bookworms Reading Program at UAB Medicine and Children’s of Alabama

Reading to children, newborns, and premature infants has proved to be helpful for their development; this is why UAB Medicine and Children's of Alabama created the NICU Bookworms reading program to help decrease developmental deficits and encourage shared reading starting at birth.

Whether it's a childhood classic or a seasonal favorite, these babies seem to love them all! ❤️📚

Learn more about the program here: https://fal.cn/3obD8

UAB Hospital using millions in grant money to address cancer disparities 04/28/2022

UAB Hospital using millions in grant money to address cancer disparities

Cancer is the second leading cause of death but is more prevalent in the African American community

Find out how UAB Medicine is using millions in grant money from the National Cancer Institute to combat cancer disparities here:

UAB Hospital using millions in grant money to address cancer disparities Cancer is the second leading cause of death. According to UAB Hospital, Black individuals are impacted by the disease more than any other race. Therefore, UAB is using millions in grant money from the National Cancer Institute to combat cancer disparities.

Researchers find that genetic scores may identify risk of heart disease for people with Type 2 diabetes 04/27/2022

Researchers find that genetic scores may identify risk of heart disease for people with Type 2 diabetes

A new study involving two researchers from the UAB Division of Cardiovascular Disease states that a genetic score can predict the likelihood of high blood pressure and its connection to poor cardiovascular outcomes in people with Type 2 diabetes.

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Researchers find that genetic scores may identify risk of heart disease for people with Type 2 diabetes This genetic risk score may help health care providers identify the risk of heart disease earlier and take preventive measures. 

04/27/2022

We're celebrating Administrative Professionals Day at UAB Medicine! 👏🎉

This day is dedicated to secretaries and administrative professionals in recognition of their contributions toward our organization. Thank you for all you do!

04/27/2022

Make an impact in the fight against Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis by joining this year's Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation walk on April 30th at the Birmingham Zoo.

Register here: https://fal.cn/3o82S

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