Health Sciences Report (1997)

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Title Health Sciences Report (1997)
Subject Public Relations; Journalism, Medical; Academic Medical Centers; Mass Media; Patient Education Handout; Publications; Ephemera
Description 1997_Vol.21 No.3 HEALTH SCIENCES REPORT F E A T U R E S Who's Not in the Exam Room? 8 Clinicians are opening their doors to public health concerns to improve medical care for all their patients- present and prospective. Impaired Vision 12 Patients and physicians look to basic research for ways to improve low vision from age- related macular degeneration and other inherited retinal diseases. Vision Loss Doesn't Mean Losing Sight of Your Life 15 When physicians can't offer any more clinical care, the Moran Eye Center's Patient Support Program lends a hand to those with impaired vision. Gardner Prize Winners 18 Nine alumnae who won a prestigious health sciences award continue their prize- winning ways. Reader Survey 23 Let us know how we can improve the magazine by completing and returning a short questionnaire. D E P A R T M E N T S Headlines 2 People 7 Research in Brief 25 From the Bookshelf 28 Public health is the focus of 10 publications and web sites available through the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library. Gift of Health 30 The Moran Prize in ophthalmology is awarded for the first time, while other contributions fund nursing and pediatric oncology. Opinion 32 Can we ever be fully prepared to handle the results of a catastrophe at the Tooele Army Depot or Dugway Proving Ground? Experts from the infectious diseases and emergency departments discuss the issue. HEADUNES UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL AGAIN MAKES LIST OF AMERICA'S BEST adversity of Utah Hospitals & Clinics was named one of the nation's leading centers in the specialties of cardiology, gynecology, pulmonology and orthopedics in the eighth annual " America's Best Hospitals," published in the July 28 issue of U. S. News & World Report. The magazine lists the top 42 hospital providers of care in 17 specialties. University Hospital is ranked in: cardiology, 41; gynecology, 30; pulmonology, 32; and orthopedics, 23.
Publisher University of Utah Health Care Office of Public Affairs and Marketing
Date 1997
Language eng
Relation University of Utah Health Care Office of Public Affairs and Marketing Collection
Rights Management Copyright 2012
Holding Institution Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, University of Utah
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Date Created 2012-04-12
Date Modified 2018-03-14
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