Health Sciences Report

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Identifier 1986_Vol.11 No.1
Title Health Sciences Report
Subject Public Relations; Journalism, Medical; Academic Medical Centers; Mass Media; Patient Education Handout; Publications; Ephemera
Description Health Sciences Report University of Utah Health Care for the 21st Century Patient Identifier: 9122318 DOB: 4/7/86 bother's Naiie: ^ Apgar 1 tin.: 8 5 Mill.: 9 Cord Blood Sent: yes Resus. Bulb: yes Delee*. no Free 02: no Wt.: 3298 911 - I I - Infant's Na* e: lime: 88: 35 Hale". Feaale: X Chest: 33 cm Kay Liftman and daughter Tracy on a set from the Dickens Gala. At first, doctors suspected the flu when Tracy / i Lipman of Ogden couldn't hold up her head. But when the three- year- old lost all muscle control, they referred her to University of Utah Hospital, where pediatric neurologist Dr. Patrick Bray diagnosed Tracy's disease as dermatomyosites, a rare and usually fatal blood disorder. The youngster was treated with drugs and, for the past 14 years, has been in total remission. Tracy is now a sophomore majoring in commercial recreation at the University of Utah. " We feel indebted to University Hospital for saving our daughter's life, so we continue to make donations," say Kay and Allan Lipman, Jr. Last year, in addition to a monetary gift, Mrs. Lipman volunteered to chair the first annual Dickens Gala, where guests journeyed back to 19th century England for a buffet, craft sale and silent auction. " It was so much fun bringing together a group of people who had never met and helping them become a working, cohesive committee," notes Mrs. Lipman, who worked on the gala for six months. " It was a financial success the first year, and we're expecting an even better time next year." Some 350 people attended the Gala at $ 150 a couple. Artisans also donated 10 percent of their gross sales that evening, resulting in a $ 20,000 contribution to University Hospital's Endowment. See page 47 for more contributions made to the University of Utah Health Sciences Center by other generous individuals. Health Sciences Report HEALTH- CARE PROFESSIONS WHERE WE ARE... 2 From Counting Pills to Computing Bills, Pharmacy Expands Into Business for Guy Conover 6 Stephen Lloyd, R. N., Finds Niche in Rural Community Practice 10 Bonnie Gudmundson's Creativity Unlocks World of Speech for Children 14 Her Willingness to Listen Makes Connie Hixson a Well- liked Cache Valley Physician WHERE WE'RE GOING... 18 Computer, Management Courses Help Brent Argyle Graduate from Classroom to Community Pharmacy 2 0 Vicky Montoya Sees Nursing as Challenging Career, Not ' Nice' Part-time Job 2 2 His Love of Music, Father's Love of Work Lead Hugh Hanson to Speech Career 2 4 Interpersonal Skills Vital for Tomorrow's Doctor, Says Drew MacGregor 2 6 Educating Health- care Professionals for the 21 st Century Health Sciences Vice President Don E. Detmer, M. D., discusses innovations in education that enable students to meet health- care needs of the future. 3 0 UUHSC Students At a Glance 3 2 Year in Review 4 0 Centerounds 4 6 University of Utah Hospital Board 4 7 A Greater Gift of Health 5 4 Financial Report/ Statistical Highlights 5 6 School of Medicine Income Profile 5 8 Health Sciences Center Directory Health Sciences Report University of Utah Vol. 11, No. l Spring / Summer 1986 P
Publisher University of Utah Health Care Office of Public Affairs and Marketing
Date 1986
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/s6dc0wjz
Setname ehsl_pahsc
Date Created 2012-04-12
Date Modified 2013-02-11
ID 933348
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6dc0wjz
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