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Expressions of Clinician Well-Being: An Art Exhibition


Olivierclement of Medicine asked artists of all skills and abilities, "What does clinician well-being look, feel, and sound like to you?" The Academy is pleased to share 100 of the submissions through a .
 

EngineerGirl Announces 2018 Essay Contest Winners


Olivierclement of Engineering announced the . This year's contest asked students in grades 3 to 12 to pick an infrastructure system in their community and write about how the system could be improved.

EngineerGirl Announces 2018 Essay Contest Winners

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  • New Video Olivierclement of Medicine has released a to highlight local organizations advancing health equity by addressing the environmental, social, economic, and structural challenges that may impact residents' health.

  • The InterAcademy Partnership The InterAcademy Partnership has released a presenting recommendations for how effective education about climate change can be promoted in schools around the world.

  • Guidance for Academies on Sustainable Development GoalsA from the InterAcademy Partnership explains why and how academies around the globe can support the U.N.'s Sustainable Development Goals.

  • New VideoFormer FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate discussed the agency’s whole-community approach to emergency management in at a last year.

  • Extreme EventUse award-winning game to start a conversation about building community resilience. Now in three scenarios: Hurricane, Flood, and Earthquake!

  • New Video on Food AllergiesFood allergy is a complicated disease, and the science around prevention and management is changing. What are some promising approaches for improving the lives of people with food allergy? Watch this video to find out.

  • FRTRScientific research is vital and can bring remarkable results that save and improve lives. A new NAS shows concrete examples of why scientific research is valuable.

  • The Science of Science Communication IIA series of explore research that can improve the effective communication of science to lay audiences. The third colloquium will be held Nov. 16 and 17 in Washington, D.C. Read the summary of the second colloquium.

  • IF16.1 cropRead about recent activities and reports of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine in the of In Focus magazine.

  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Fellows LogoEight health professionals have been  for the 2016-2017 class of Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Fellows at the National Academy of Medicine.

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  • astrophysicist Neil deGrasse TysonCheck out hosted by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, who met executive producer Seth MacFarlane through the National Academy of Sciences' .

  • cybersecurityWatch a about an Academies report that looked at whether and how to professionalize the nation's rapidly evolving cybersecurity field.

  • Climatologist Richard AlleyClimatologist Richard Alley, an NAS member and professor of geosciences at Penn State, what is causing the record-low temperatures in the United States and Canada.

  • report Abrupt Impacts of Climate Change: Anticipating SurprisesWatch a video on the findings of the Academies report .

  • Cultural ProgramsExplore relationships among the arts and sciences, engineering, and medicine through the of the National Academy of Sciences.

  • FellowshipsWe offer several fellowship opportunities in science, engineering, and medicine. Visit our for information on eligibility guidelines and application deadlines.

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