1 - 25 of 3,256
Number of results to display per page
1 "AIDS IN THE RURAL WEST: CHALLENGES AND PROGESS" IS KEY TOPIC ON AUGUST 20A panel of HIV/AIDS specialists will address the topic of AIDS in rural Idaho as part of a special symposium next weekend in Sun Valley, Idaho.2001-08
2 "NEW DRUGS" TOPIC OF SEMINAR"New Drug Developments-1986" will be discussed at a University of Utah College of Pharmacy Continuing Education Program on Sunday, September 28, at 8 a.m. at Skaggs Hall.
3 "PUT POISON IN ITS PLACE" THEME FOR 30TH OBSERVANCE OF POISON PREVENTION WEEKDid you know that most poisonings occur when a product is in use? It's a fact that could save a life.
4 "SWINGIN1 & SWAYIN1" IN PARKING LOT TO HIGHLIGHT UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL'S NURSES1 WEEKHarry Glow and the Golden Glows, a band of local octogenarians, will play Friday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. for the "dancing pleasure" of University Hospital employees, patients and families in the Emergency Department parking lot to highlight National Nurses' Week, May 4-8.
5 "WHO CAN YOU TRUST YOUR EYES TO?""Who can you trust your eyes to?," is the tag line of a radio advertisement promoting laser eye surgery (Lasik). Implied is the idea that there are few things more valuable than one's sight, and that these doctors can be trusted to do quality work.
6 $100,000 IHC GIFT SUPPORTS U NURSING COLLEGE ENROLLMENTA $100,000 gift from Intermountain Health Care (IHC) to the University of Utah College of Nursing will support critically needed expansion of the college's baccalaureate (undergraduate) nursing program. IHC support over the past two years has been earmarked to expand enrollment, allowing the college...
7 $2.2 MILLION HHMI GRANT TO U MEDICAL SCHOOL TO SUPPORT 'FELLOWSHIP TO FACULTY' PROGRAMThe Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) has awarded the University of Utah School of Medicine $2.2 million over the next four years to find new ways to combine basic biomedical research and clinical treatment of patients.
8 $2.5 MILLION GRANT TO U MED SCHOOL TO FOCUS ON TRAINING FACULTY IN WOMEN'S HEALTHThe University of Utah has received a five-year $2.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health for the training of medical school faculty in the discipline of women's health.
9 $3.5 MILLION GRANT TO U HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER WILL BOLSTER AHEC PROGRAMS FOR UNDERSERVED AREASOct. 7, 2002-The Utah Area Health Education Centers (AHEC), a statewide program administered through the University of Utah's Health Sciences Center, recently received a $3.5 million federal grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Th...
10 $50,000 MORAN PRIZE FOR VISION RESEARCH TO HIGHLIGHT U'S VISUAL SCIENCE SYMPOSIUMPresentation of the first Moran Prize for Vision Research, a $50,000 award, will highlight the third annual Great Basin Visual Science Symposium August 21, sponsored by the John Moran Eye Center at the University of Utah.
11 $9.4 MILLION NIH GRANT TO U OF U FUNDS STUDY OF SUDDEN CARDIAC DEATHA $9.4 million grant has been awarded to the University of Utah by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to continue an ongoing study of the causes of sudden cardiac death, to find ways to identify patients at risk, and to develop new preventative th...
12 ' BEST DOCTORS IN AMERICA' LISTS 52 U MEDICAL SCHOOL FACULTYFifty-two faculty members at the University of Utah School of Medicine are included in the second edition of The Best Doctors in America, which has just been released. Based on a nationwide poll of thousands of medical specialists, the book lists 7,200 physicians.
13 'A DAY FOR WOMEN IN MEDICINE' PRESENTED TO UTAH TEENS AT U OF U SCHOOL OF MEDICINEThe University of Utah School of Medicine is accepting registrations for its second annual "A Day for Women in Medicine," Saturday, Nov. 4, beginning at 8:15 a.m. Space is available for approximately 700 students, grades seven through 10, from throughout Utah.
14 PSYCHIATRIC CRISIS STAFF AT U HOSPITAL FOLLOWS MOTTO; 'AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION IS WORTH A WHOLE LOT OF CURE'The telephone call to the University of Utah Hospital psychiatric crisis intervention team is from a landlord. His tenant, who has a history of mental illness, has become reclusive and doesn't seem to be buying food. He's been in the yard a couple of times, unclad, screaming. Can the crisis interven...
15 'BIOMOLECULAR TECHNOLOGIES' JOINS U CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE ROSTERWork on biomolecular technologies by a professor of pharmacology at the University of Utah School of Medicine has been approved as a new Utah Centers of Excellence Program. Tore Straume, Ph.D., research professor of pharmacology in the Division of Radiobiology will receive funding, effective July 1,...
16 'EXPLAINING THE WITHHOLDING OF MEDICAL TREATMENT' TOPIC OF COWAN LECTURE AT U MEDICAL SCHOOL"The Incomplete Person: A Framework to Explain the Withholding of Medical Treatment" will be the topic of the Fourth Max P. Cowan Memorial Lecture in Humanistic Medicine on Wednesday, January 21, at 8 a.m. in Classroom A of the University of Utah Health Sciences Center.
17 'FUTURE DOCTORS' PROGRAM TO FOCUS ON EMERGENCY MEDICINE CAREERER up close- that's what awaits Salt Lake City area high school students attending the "Future Doctors" program Tuesday, Nov. 16, from 3-4:30 p.m. at the Salt Lake City School District Technology Center, 1164 South Main Street.
18 'GOOD HOUSEKEEPING' RANKS UNIVERSITY OF UTAH HOSPITAL AMONG BEST FOR WOMEN'S CARDIAC CARESalt Lake City-Approximately 200,000 women suffer heart attacks each year, and University of Utah Hospitals & Clinics is one of the top centers in the country to care for them, according to Good Housekeeping.
19 'HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO U'- MEDICAL CENTER CELEBRATES 25 YEARSIt's going to be a big birthday party, with cake, ice cream, music, reminiscences and "presents" (in a time capsule, for a future generation) to mark the 25th anniversary of the opening of University of Utah Medical Center.
20 'HEALTHY CENTRAL CITY' SPONSORS FREE Y2K INFORMATION FAIR ON MAY 19An information fair about potential problems related to the year 2000 is scheduled for Wednesday, May 19 from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Central City Community Center (615 South, 300 East). The event is free and open to the public.
21 'HONORS FOR NURSING' SETS RECEPTION; WILL PRESENT ,DARE TO CARE' AWARDA novel fund-raising tradition established by faculty and alumni of the University of Utah College of Nursing in 1996 has become a major event to honor nurses.
22 'MATCH' SENDS MEDICAL SCHOOL SENIORS TO NEXT PROFESSIONAL STEPWhoops of glee, back slaps and hugs, smiles of relief and, in a few cases, sighs of disappointment filled the south entrance to the University of Utah School of Medicine last Wednesday morning (March 18). Medical school seniors were getting their "matches," letters indicating their acceptance for po...
23 'NATURAL' APPROACH TO FERTILITY HELPS MANY WOMEN WHO CAN'T GET PREGNANT, U OF U PHYSICIAN SAYSSALT LAKE CITY - A non-invasive approach to fertility that restores the "natural reproductive function" helped half the women with fertility problems who tried it to have a baby, according to a University of Utah School of Medicine family practitioner.
24 'STAN,' THE (SIMULATED) MAN, IS MED SCHOOL'S NEWEST EDUCATIONAL TOOLStan, the $178,000 man, is the most popular new face at the University of Utah School of Medicine. Although he just got into town, he's already booked for 200 dates over the next 12 months.
25 'SURVIVING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE' NEW BOOK BY UNIVERSITY FACULTY MEMBERDomestic violence is a tidy term for some messy situations--verbal and physical abuse, hitting, hurting, raping, even killing.
1 - 25 of 3,256