In the now more than six months since the Dobbs decision by the U.S. Supreme Court—which limited access to abortions and limited reproductive rights self-determination on the part of those individuals wishing to become or who are pregnant—there has been much discourse relating to public policy, affirmation of standards of support for reproductive rights, requests for policy adjustments on the part of academic institutions hospitals and medical schools, and introspection on the part of all of us as to where we stand on this complex issue.
Student Spotlight: Adam Rizk
Second-year Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine student Adam Rizk has been awarded the Thomas and Cynthia Sculco Research Award for his poster presentation titled, “Are Trends in Revision Total Joint Arthroplasty Sustainable? Declining Inflation-Adjusted Medicare Reimbursement for Hospitalizations.”
Dean's Significant Conversation Series
Jan 25, 5 p.m. Wolstein Auditorium and Virtual
Share a Concern and Know Your Options
Students, faculty, staff and visitors have the right to be free from any harassment and discrimination. The Case Western Reserve University Office of Equity website provides resources to share concerns about sexual harassment & Title IX, discrimination and harassment.
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