Health Sciences Report

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Identifier 1983_Vol.8 Nos.3-4
Title Health Sciences Report
Subject Public Relations; Journalism, Medical; Academic Medical Centers; Mass Media; Patient Education Handout; Publications; Ephemera
Description University of Utah University Medical Center 1983 Progress Report Fall/ Winter 1983 Kidney Program Addresses Young Needs When the pure impulse of the strong the know ledgeable & the wise to spring to the aid of the frightemd & the vulnerable becomes ins tin JSta possibly the root of the greatest . fflP is found. T. S. ( Trevor Southey) f^ The sculpture standing in the atjritfm of University Hospital's main lobby is a pernJp^ n- rsymbo 1 of gratitude recognizing donors wltrrt^ pvie given more than $ 5,000 to support patientjfe^, teaching and research programs at University Ipsdical . Center. The figures, positioned in mid- air, reptfeserft a relationship, that transcends the ordinary - K e . roedical pro- 1 fession reaching out to the ill aficlwe injured, no^^ sculptor Trevor Southey. Health Sciences Report A Pharmacist Looks at Health Care for the Aging Dr. Martin Higbee believes the elderly are some of our ' most valu-able resources.' His commitment to geriatrics is helping to improve health care for those over 65. Aerobics - An ' Anti- Aging Pill' for the Elderly University of Utah College of Health researchers have shown that aerobic exercise can be good medi-cine for the aging. When the Elderly Move in with Their Children... College of Nursing professors are exploring the adjustments that occur when aging parents live with their children. A Team That Meets Young Needs A renal disease program at University Medical Center provides personalized care for newborns, children and adolescents suffering acute or chronic kidney problems. New Anesthetics for Moose and Man Drugs used to treat stress and other conditions in wild animals could prove helpful in human health care. New and Better Drugs - A Possible Solution to ' Biological' Depression University Medical Center psychiatrists believe new anti-depressant drugs can help correct ' biological' depression. 12 Probing the Mysterious Attraction of Minerals to Polymers A pharmaceutics professor hopes to solve the problem of mineral deposits that form on plastic devices used in the body. 16 Biorhythms and Health Care - A Relevant Connection? A Utah nursing professor is looking at the biorhythms theory to see whether it is hocus- pocus or a valid basis for health- care decisions. 18 Windows ( photo essay) 20 Year in Review 26 Centerounds 30 University of Utah Hospital Board 34 A Greater Gift of Health 35 Financial Report/ Statistical Highlights 40 Health Sciences Center Directory 42 14 Cover photos ( front and back): Roger and Olevia Freund enjoy an afternoon in Liberty Park, Salt Lake City. Photography by Brad Nelson, Medical Illustrations Service. Health Sciences Report University of Utah Vol. 8, Nos. 3- 4 Fall/ Winter 1983 P
Publisher University of Utah Health Care Office of Public Affairs and Marketing
Date 1983
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
Scanning Technician mtd
Metadata Cataloger amt
ARK ark:/87278/s6225pdc
Setname ehsl_pahsc
Date Created 2012-04-12
Date Modified 2013-02-11
ID 933343
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6225pdc
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