Archive

2018
A week of healthy living at WCM-Q
WCM-Q course boosts emotional intelligence for health professionals
WCM-Q hosts wellness course to tackle modern health challenges
WCM-Q research reveals true nature of hepatitis C infections in MENA region
WCM-Q research probes risk factors associated with diabetes complications
WCM-Q students explore global health issues in Vietnam
Symposium supports occupational health in Qatar
WCM-Q doctor among first to be certified in lifestyle medicine by prominent US board
New program to help healthcare professionals improve their interpersonal skills
Experts discuss student wellness at WCM-Q symposium
WCM-Q certificate course spreads the word about sound nutrition
2017
New book edited by WCM-Q prof. examines GCC healthcare success story
Certificate in Clinical Nutrition course: Registration now open
Public has limited knowledge of Zika virus, WCM-Q research finds
Migration and its effect on mortality rates
WCM-Q research investigates oral health in Qatar
Building capacity in the field of healthcare
WCM-Q nutrition course gaining momentum
WCM-Q welcomes exchange student as part of GEMx program
2016
Research brings sharper focus to metabolic syndrome in Qatar
Researcher discusses health risks of e-cigarettes and shisha
Researchers investigate shisha cancer risk
QIIC initiative promotes intercultural communication in Education City
Plaudits for inaugural WCM-Q nutrition course
GCC Traffic Week 2016: Teaching the young about road safety
Bridging the Gap celebrates training 37 new medical interpreters
Teaching the young about road safety
2015
Integrated healthcare gaining ground
Inspiring summer exploring global health in Tanzania
GEMx program welcomes student from top Mexican university
Sharp fall in Qatar traffic mortality rates
Avoid road rage, rash driving to curb road mishaps: Expert
The changing face of Qatar
Slow down to save lives
WCMC-Q offers expert advice on travel health
Symposium looks forward to the new era of integrative medicine
Widespread use of supplements among college students in Qatar
Food is the best medicine
WCMC-Q expert allays fears about Ebola
2012
Tanzania global health mission challenges WCMC-Q medical students
Your Health First - simple lifestyle tips to avoid chronic disease
Herbal and nutritional supplements and your health
WCMC-Q leading the Middle East with its Center for Cultural Competence in Health Care
2011
Death rates drop on roads as a result of speed cameras according to a WCMC-Q study
WCMC-Q hosts symposium on Health Care in the Middle East
Weill Cornell salutes its medical student
With an increase in international travel the associated health risks must be addressed
2010
Publications from Weill Cornell Medical College. Weill Cornellmedcine, Spring 2010
Cultural Differences Affect Patients’ Treatment (Arabic) , April 3, 2010
Culturally competent healthcare needed in Qatar. Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar, February 2010
2009
WCMC-Q Introduces Cultural Competence Training to Medical Students and Health Care Professionals in Qatar. 2009