Wisconsin AHEC improves access to quality health care by developing community-based health professions training programs and enhancing health education resources across the state.
AHEC is a health professions education and outreach program funded by federal grant and direct appropriation from the state legislature. It is part of a nationwide network of programs for improving accessibility and quality of primary health care. The national program was designed to encourage universities and educators to look beyond their institutions to partnerships that meet community health needs, working toward the goal of decentralizing health professions training and linking communities with academic health centers in partnerships to promote cooperative solutions to local health problems.
The Director of the Wisconsin Area Health Education Center (AHEC) System provides overall leadership, direction, organization and fiscal oversight of Wisconsin’s statewide AHEC program and serves as PI/Project Director on Wisconsin’s HRSA grant U77 HP03045, …October 8, 2018
After nearly five years, Nicole Thill is moving on from her position with Scenic Rivers AHEC to North Central AHEC as the Executive Director. Nicole has worked as the Education and Outreach Coordinator for Scenic …September 30, 2018
Please welcome the new AHEC Alumni Board for 2018 to 2019! Be on the lookout for spotlights on each member throughout the coming months. Left to Right (Back row first) Irene Chung (Marketing & Outreach), …August 16, 2018
After seven years of dedicated service, Wendy Hinz is retiring from Wisconsin AHEC. During her time at South Central AHEC, Wendy worked as a Health Careers Consultant. Wendy earner her Bachelor’s degree in Family Consumer …August 13, 2018
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“Since You Asked”: Persuading Parents that HPV Vaccine is Safe and Effective in Practice Dr. Kristin Oliver and Dr. Sharon Humiston will talk about practical approaches to persuading parents that HPV vaccine is safe and effective …
Take part in the open house style opportunity to talk directly with practicing professionals and test your knowledge about careers that interest you! Open to grades 7 through 12. Register Here
The University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health – Office of Multicultural Affairs and The Medical Students for Minority Concerns invite you to attend Family Empowerment Day! Get advice on preparing for a …
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