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The New York State AHEC System sustained record levels of outreach for 2011-12, training over 42,000 students. Over 1,900 medical, nursing and other health professions students participated in AHEC-sponsored, community-based training. 

More than 16,500 health professionals attended continuing education, distance learning and web-based programs. 

Over 15,000 K-12 and college students learned about health careers through classroom and real-life settings, with a greater emphasis placed on multi-contact, sequential learning opportunities.  » read more



New York State AHEC System Highlights

» December 2012 Report: Examining New York State Nurses in Western NY and the Finger Lakes based off of CHWS 2005-2010 data

» October 2012: Faces of AHEC website is live. Find out about current and past AHEC students and their program experiances

» April 2012 Report: NYS Institute for Nursing: Schools and Faculty Report 2010-2011

» February 2012 Presentation: New York State Council on Graduate Medical Education (COGME) Now with accompying video!

» January 2012: NY AHEC Statewide offices have moved. See the contact page for our new address and phone numbers

"Dental Resident Webinars"

Now available to view on the web!

The NYS Department of Health Bureau of Dental Health and the NYS AHEC System hosted a series of webinars for Dental Residents on March 13th & 20th. These webinars featured information on oral health population data, working in underserved areas, National Health Service Corps (NHSC) Loan Repayment Program and Primary Care Service Corp.

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"Where are AHEC Students now?"

Are you wondering where our current and past students are? View an interactive web map and learn about the experiences people have gone through while participating in programs hosted by AHEC centers and Regional Offices across New York State.

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The NYS AHEC System is pleased to offer its Online Media Library for those interested in continuing education or health professional training. Also available are recorded UB Family Medicine Faculty Development sessions. Available Here.

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The current Careers in Health Care guide is available online now.

The latest edition of the NYS AHEC System newsletter Update is available online now.

Update focuses on current statewide, regional, and center-specific events, activities, partnerships, and sustainability efforts.
You can view current and past issues of Update in the newsletter archive.

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