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1 Health Sciences ReportHEALTH SCIENCES REPORT ISSN 0911- 476X UNIVERSITY OF UTAH Vol. 7, No. 1 Spring 1981Public Relations; Journalism, Medical; Academic Medical Centers; Mass Media; Patient Education Handout; Publications; Ephemera
2 Health Sciences Report1983_Vol.8 No.2 Physical Therapy and Drugs: An 'Honest Hope' for muscular dystrophy patients. Radiation study on schedule pharmaceutics professor probes blood-polymer compatibility Mother-infant bonding: It doesn't 'Just Happen' Dr. William I. Higuchi: U oofers 'Best Setting' for Drug Research. Opht...Public Relations; Journalism, Medical; Academic Medical Centers; Mass Media; Patient Education Handout; Publications; Ephemera
3 Health Sciences ReportUniversity 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 . f...Public Relations; Journalism, Medical; Academic Medical Centers; Mass Media; Patient Education Handout; Publications; Ephemera
4 Health Sciences ReportHealth Sciences Report The Volunteer's "This Service" University of Utah Spring/ Summer 1984 Infants hospitalized in University Medical Center's Newborn Intensive Care Unit ( NBICU) receive TLC from a corps of dedi' cated foster grandparents, who frequently hold and cuddle the premature and critical...Public Relations; Journalism, Medical; Academic Medical Centers; Mass Media; Patient Education Handout; Publications; Ephemera
5 Health Sciences ReportHealth Sciences Report University of Utah ETHICS OF ANIMAL RESEARCH Spring 1985 Dr. Jane Kercher places an intravenous line in the ear of a pig prior to surgery. At left, she delivers leiser energy through an endoscope to vaporize plaque in the pig's abdominal arteries. Plaque is caused by atheroscl...Public Relations; Journalism, Medical; Academic Medical Centers; Mass Media; Patient Education Handout; Publications; Ephemera
6 Health Sciences ReportHealth Sciences Report University of Utah JSilia! • I Many have heard the statistics: the risk of developing cancer for those between ages 65 and 85 is 20 percent, compared to 2 percent for those between 20 and 50. But until a well- known figure like President Ronald Reagan was diag-nosed with the...Public Relations; Journalism, Medical; Academic Medical Centers; Mass Media; Patient Education Handout; Publications; Ephemera
7 Health Sciences ReportHealth 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 c...Public Relations; Journalism, Medical; Academic Medical Centers; Mass Media; Patient Education Handout; Publications; Ephemera
8 Health Sciences ReportUniversity of Utah Health Sciences Centers of Excellence Spring/ Summer 1987 Letter from the Vice President for Health Sciences We've highlighted eight Utah Centers of Excellence in this special issue of Health Sciences Report, hut research certainly isn't limited to these areas. In almost every dep...Public Relations; Journalism, Medical; Academic Medical Centers; Mass Media; Patient Education Handout; Publications; Ephemera
9 Health Sciences ReportHealth Sciences Report UNIVERSITY OF UTAH HEALTH SCIENCES REPORT Health Sciences Report University of Utah Vol. 12, No.2 Fall/Winter 1987 Published by the Office of Community Relations, University of Utah Health Sciences Center, 50 N. Medical Drive, Salt Lake City, Utah 84132. Telephone ( 801) 581- ...Public Relations; Journalism, Medical; Academic Medical Centers; Mass Media; Patient Education Handout; Publications; Ephemera
10 Health Sciences ReportHealth Sciences Report UNIVERSITY OF UTAH SOCIAL DISEASES social disease n. 1: a disease which is directly related to social and economic factors 2: venereal disease. See also substance dependency, feminization of poverty, environmental health hazards. Spring 1989 THE NEW SOCIAL DISEASES These " dis...Public Relations; Journalism, Medical; Academic Medical Centers; Mass Media; Patient Education Handout; Publications; Ephemera
11 Health Sciences Report (1979)HEALTH SCIENCES REPORT UNIVERSITY OF UTAH Vol. 5, No. 4 Winter 1979 (USPS 050- 110)Public Relations; Journalism, Medical; Academic Medical Centers; Mass Media; Patient Education Handout; Publications; Ephemera
12 Health Sciences Report (1980)Resolution passed by Faculty Senate April 7, 1980:Public Relations; Journalism, Medical; Academic Medical Centers; Mass Media; Patient Education Handout; Publications; Ephemera
13 Health Sciences Report (1980-1981)nealth sciences report w university of Utah Winter 1980- 81Public Relations; Journalism, Medical; Academic Medical Centers; Mass Media; Patient Education Handout; Publications; Ephemera
14 Health Sciences Report (1981)University of Utah Summer 1981 INSIDE DMSO and Arthritis Research Coping with Heart Attack A Family Affair Hospital Move Day Set Navajo Youths Learn Counseling U Hospital's new ER Curl up with a Computer The Fetus as Patient HEALTH SCIENCES REPORT ISSN 0911- 476X University of Utah Vol. 7, No. 2 Sum...Public Relations; Journalism, Medical; Academic Medical Centers; Mass Media; Patient Education Handout; Publications; Ephemera
15 Health Sciences Report (1981-1982)INSIDE Perinatal Center mirrors new hospital's promise Research vs. Reaganomics Hospital Volunteers: an extra dimension in service 1981 in review " A Greater Gift of Health" photo tour Financial report/ Statistical highlights In grateful recognition University of Utah Hospital Board Health Sciences ...Public Relations; Journalism, Medical; Academic Medical Centers; Mass Media; Patient Education Handout; Publications; Ephemera
16 Health Sciences Report (1990)pus. Other festivities marking this historical occasion have included the placement of a time capsule and publication of The Gift of Health, a history of the University of Utah Medical Center. For details, turn to page 30. COVER PHOTO: Nuclear medicine technol-ogist Paul E. Christian positions a pat...Public Relations; Journalism, Medical; Academic Medical Centers; Mass Media; Patient Education Handout; Publications; Ephemera
17 Health Sciences Report (1991)HealthSciences PATIENT- PHYSICIAN COMMUNICATION FRUSTRATION AT BOTH ENDS OF THE STETHOSCOPE SUMMER-FALL 1991 Dr. Walter Stevens Dr. Frank H. Tyler Just as the University of Utah welcomed a new president, Arthur K. Smith, Ph. D., this summer, the health sciences center announced several administrativ...Public Relations; Journalism, Medical; Academic Medical Centers; Mass Media; Patient Education Handout; Publications; Ephemera
18 Health Sciences Report (1992)HealthSciences Report Whose Life Is It Anyway? What You Should Know About Your Right in Making Decisions About Your Quality of Death Summer 1992 A GLANCE BACK 1962 January- Employees of the Salt Lake County General Hospital- about 560 full- time and 100 part- time- received wage increases. Today, fu...Public Relations; Journalism, Medical; Academic Medical Centers; Mass Media; Patient Education Handout; Publications; Ephemera
19 Health Sciences Report (1993)HealthSciences Report CANCER THE BATTLE OF both SEXES Winter 1993 John M. Matsen, M.D. NEW LEADERSHIP FOR HEALTH SCIENCES The Health Sciences Center welcomed a new vice president in January: John M. Matsen, M. D., professor and chair of the Depart-ment of Pathology in the School of Medicine. Matsen ...Public Relations; Journalism, Medical; Academic Medical Centers; Mass Media; Patient Education Handout; Publications; Ephemera
20 Health Sciences Report (1993)HealthSciences Report TOMORROW' S HEALTH CARE Summer 1993 FROM THE EDITOR Question marks motivate scientists and researchers; physicians and nurses listen carefully for quotation marks. Although punctuation is often considered the province of editors, we all depend upon it for structure and understa...Public Relations; Journalism, Medical; Academic Medical Centers; Mass Media; Patient Education Handout; Publications; Ephemera
21 Health Sciences Report (1994)Extending PRIMARY CARE Advanced Practice Nurses, Physician Assistants Help Meet the Need Summer 1994 SUMMEI 1994 HEALTH SCIENCES REPORT Headlines. People 2 7 Features Second Opinions Not only do they provide patients with choices, but also education about their health care. Extending Primary Care 12...Public Relations; Journalism, Medical; Academic Medical Centers; Mass Media; Patient Education Handout; Publications; Ephemera
22 Health Sciences Report (1994)Winter 1994 FROM THE EDITOR Issues facing health care are everybody's business, whether you're in the business or not. Just scan the daily newspaper, a medical journal or a popular magazine. You'll be asked to consider how physician group practices are adapting to health- care reform, if an experime...Public Relations; Journalism, Medical; Academic Medical Centers; Mass Media; Patient Education Handout; Publications; Ephemera
23 Health Sciences Report (1995)1 9 9 5 HEALTH SCIENCES REPORT HEALTH SCIENCES REPORT UNIVERSITY OF UTAH Vol. 19, No. 1 Published by the Office of Public Affairs, University of Utah Health Sciences Center, 50 North Medical Drive, Salt Lake City, Utah 84132. Telephone ( 801) 581- 7387. Health Sciences Report is mailed to faculty, s...Public Relations; Journalism, Medical; Academic Medical Centers; Mass Media; Patient Education Handout; Publications; Ephemera
24 Health Sciences Report (1995)HEALTH SCIENCES REPORT UNIVERSITY OF UTAH Vol. 19, No. 2 Published by the Office of Public Affairs, University of Utah Health Sciences Center, 50 North Medical Drive, Salt Lake City, Utah 84132. Telephone ( 801) 581- 7387. Health Sciences Report is mailed to faculty, staff, alumni and friends of the...Public Relations; Journalism, Medical; Academic Medical Centers; Mass Media; Patient Education Handout; Publications; Ephemera
25 Health Sciences Report (1996)Health Sciences Report Winter 1996 FROM THE EDITOR One of the more pleasant experiences of moving- which seem few when you're overwhelmed by packing boxes, stacks of furniture and decisions- is discovering where the previous homeowners planted spring flowers. You may suspect bulbs are buried here or...Public Relations; Journalism, Medical; Academic Medical Centers; Mass Media; Patient Education Handout; Publications; Ephemera
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