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Addressing the Opioid Crisis With Common Household Items

In 2019, almost 50,000 people in the United States died from an opioid overdose and 21 to 29 percent of people who were prescribed opioids misused them. Improper disposal or accumulation of unused medication in the home contributes to the accidental consumption and abuse of opioids.

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Theresa Callahan Board Briefing

Theresa Callahan has a special bond with BJC HealthCare that comes from her family’s long-term commitment to health care in our community.

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Matt Matthews Board Briefing

A passion for improving community health is what led Matt Matthews to serve on the board of The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital between 2015-2020. He stepped down in 2021 because of term limits but was eager to rejoin this year to continue this work.

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Dalton Schumacher Board Briefing

When it comes to having experiences with medical treatments and hospitals, Dalton Schumacher and his family have had more than their fair share over the years. It is that journey that led him to join the board of The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital.

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Dr. David Holtzman Honored with 2021 President’s Achievement Award

Dr. David Holtzman Honored with 2021 President’s Achievement Award

The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital has awarded the 2021 President’s Achievement Award to David M. Holtzman, MD.  The award is given to a physician or faculty partner whose distinct and extraordinary accomplishments are advancing medicine, ensuring the delivery of world class patient care, and educating the next generation of clinicians.

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Eleven Physicians Receive Knowlton Incentive for Excellence Awards

Eleven Physicians Receive Knowlton Incentive for Excellence Awards

Eleven Washington University School of Medicine physicians at Barnes-Jewish Hospital were recently honored with 2021 Knowlton Incentive for Excellence Awards that recognize and support medical residents who exemplify a compassionate spirit combined with outstanding knowledge and skill.

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Food Outreach Provides Holiday Meals to Those in Need

Food Outreach Provides Holiday Meals to Those in Need

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, Food Outreach is serving holiday meals to bring comfort and cheer to its hundreds of clients living with HIV and AIDS or cancer. Philanthropy makes it possible for The Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital to support Food Outreach with community grants.

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National Leaders in Organ Transplant

The Washington University and Barnes-Jewish Hospital Transplant Center has one of the oldest and most established transplant programs in the country.

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Quantitative signal properties from standardized MRIs correlate with multiple sclerosis disability

Objective: To enable use of clinical magnetic resonance images (MRIs) to quantify abnormalities in normal appearing (NA) white matter (WM) and gray matter (GM) in multiple sclerosis (MS) and to determine associations with MS-related disability. Identification of these abnormalities heretofore has required specialized scans not routinely available in clinical practice. 

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