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In the Media
Jon Hallberg, MD, was on Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) discussing creativity in medicine April 30 and diabetes treatment goals April 23.
Susie Nanney, PhD, MS, was interviewed by MPR in April for a story on Minnesota food shelves.
The student-led HOPE clinic was featured on Fox 21 News in the Duluth area April 17.
Jim Boulger, PhD, blogged about medical schools that successfully train a large number of primary care doctors. More.
Jon Hallberg, MD, was on MPR April 16, discussing the rise in chlamydia cases in Minnesota; April 2, talking about the number of medical students specializing in primary care; and March 19, discussing HPV vaccinations for children.
Jim Boulger, PhD, Ray Christensen, MD, and Emily Onello, MD, wrote an editorial for the Duluth News Tribune about the Duluth campus commitment to rural medical training (March 15).
U.S. News & World Report ranked the University of Minnesota Medical School in the top 10 for family medicine, primary care, and rural medicine. More.
Keith Stelter, MD, MMM, was quoted in March's Minnesota Medicine about the Minnesota Prescription Monitoring Program.
Jon Hallberg, MD, was on MPR March 12, talking about the future of health care data analysis.
Bill Roberts, MD, MS, shared tips with Health Talk March 12 on transitioning from treadmill running to running outdoors.
Jim Pacala, MD, MS, appeared on MPR March 8, discussing the cost of medical care.
Jon Hallberg, MD, was on MPR talking about obesity truths and myths (February 26); the supplement DMAA (February 19); and heart health (February 12).
The February edition of Minnesota Medicine focused on primary care. A number of department faculty, residents, medical students, and alumni were featured.