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51 SUZANNE GORDON, NPR COMMENTATOR TO SPEAK ON NURSING, WOMEN'S ISSUESSuzanne Gordon, an award-winning journalist and author who writes about health care, nursing and women's issues, will speak in Skaggs Hall at the College of Pharmacy on the University of Utah campus Oct. 18.
52 U College of Nursing Holds Career Day to Help Students Explore ProfessionAs Florence Nightingale said, nursing is "a high calling," but the University of Utah College of Nursing thinks wider exposure might help more students recognize such a calling in themselves.
53 To: Assignment Editors What: University of Utah Hospital Opens New 18-Room Outpatient Neurology Clinic this Monday With Utah's First MEG Lab to Track Brain ActivityDetails: The clinic houses a new MEG (magnetoencephalography) lab-Utah's only MEG and one of 15 in the U .S .-allowing physicians and researchers to track real-time brain activity. Overlapped with MRI images, the non-invasive technology links brain anatomy with impulses that reveal brain functions, ...
54 UNIVERSITY OF UTAH AIRMED HELICOPTER DAMAGED IN BIRD COLLISIONA University of Utah Hospital AirMed helicopter, enroute to Roosevelt, Utah, to pick up a patient, sustained minor damage this morning when a bird struck the aircraft. The three crew members, including a pilot, nurse and paramedic, were not injured in the collision.
55 HERBAL MEDICINE'S YOUR CUP OF TEA? U PHARMACY PROFESSOR URGES CAUTIONIf you feel like you're getting a cold, are a little blue, or have a queasy stomach and mention it to a colleague, your mother-in-law or the babysitter, chances are they'11 suggest treating it with something ^natural': echinacea, St. John's wort or ginger. Everyone seems to know an herbal treatment ...
56 U COLLEGE OF NURSING OFFERS RNs BS/MS SIMULTANEOUS DEGREE PROGRAMA new program, "RN to MS"--registered nurse to master of science-is being offered by the University of Utah College of Nursing in response to a state need for nurses gualified to teach, serve in administrative roles, or work as specialty nurses in health-care institutions.
57 U OF U MEDICAL SCHOOL'S "IRON ROOM" MOVES ON- PROFESSORS RECALL MONITORING HISTORYAn era of radioactivity research and monitoring with a human whole-body counter-an "iron room," 12 feet long, 8 feet wide and 8 feet high-has ended for the Division of Radiobiology at the University of Utah School of Medicine.
58 U OF U PUBLIC HEALTH DIRECTOR COMPLETES TRAINING AT NATIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH LEADERSHIP INSTITUTESALT LAKE CITY - George L. White, Jr., Ph.D., M.S.P.H., professor and director of the Public Health Program at the University of Utah School of Medicine, has graduated from America's most prestigious public health management school-the National Public Health Leadership Institute.
59 UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER PHYSICIAN WILL LECTURE AT NATIONAL MELANOMA CONFERENCEJohn J. Zone, M.D., chief of the Division of Dermatology and professor of internal medicine at the U of U School of Medicine, will participate in the Consensus Development Conference on Diagnosis and Treatment of Early Melanoma, January 27-29.
60 UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL PROVIDES SUMMIT COUNTY EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE RESOURCESEmergency medical service in Summit County now is under the guidance and direction of the University of Utah Hospitals & Clinics.
61 COLLEGES OF HEALTH, ENGINEERING TO PRESENT HEALTH SCIENCES ACADEMY PROGRAMCareers ranging from communication disorders, sports science, occupational therapy and physical therapy to the bioengineering technology used to develop artificial organs will be described Saturday, Nov. 13, at the second session of the Health Sciences Academy.
62 U RESEARCH SHOWS OBESITY HAS NO BEARING ON NEED FOR NEW KNEE AND HIP REPLACEMENTSObesity is a risk factor for osteoarthritis (OA) that may lead to hip- or knee-joint replacement surgery, but it does not affect how quickly the new joints wear out, according to a recent study by University of Utah School of Medicine researchers.
63 PROMISING PSORIASIS DRUGS TO BE STUDIED AT UDermatologists at the University of Utah School of Medicine are conducting studies of two drugs which may help people suffering severe psoriasis, a skin disease in which the body produces excess skin cells.
64 U MEDICAL SCHOOL, LOCAL PEDIATRICIANS JOIN FORCES TO TRAIN NEW PHYSICIANSFor pediatricians-in-training, treating an isolated case of life-threatening influenza, severe chicken pox or dehydration isn't nearly enough to prepare for the hectic demands of private practice. They need exposure to all the sore throats, asthmatics, chronic bed-wetters and little leaguers' sprain...
65 U PSYCHOLOGIST BECOMES PRESIDENT OF NATIONAL CLINICAL HYPNOSIS SOCIETYD. Corydon Hammond, Ph.D., research associate professor in the University of Utah School of Medicine's Division of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, was installed as president of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis (ASCH) during the group's recent annual meeting in Las Vegas.
66 SALT LAKE MEDICAL SCHOOL'S APPEAL TO INTERMOUNTAIN RESIDENTS: CONSIDER BODY DONATION TO FURTHER EDUCATION AND RESEARCHMortui vivos docent-"the deceased teach the living"-is a Latin reminder of purpose found displayed in medical school anatomy laboratories worldwide.
67 U RADI0BI0L0GIST RECEIVES TOP AWARD AT INTERNATIONAL BONE CONFERENCEWebster S.S. Jee, Ph.D., professor of radiobiology at the University of Utah School of Medicine, received the award considered the highest achievement in the field of skeletal disease and bone biology at the 6th International Conference on Bone Morphometry held recently in Lexington, Kentucky.
68 U FILLS ADMINISTRATIVE POSTS AT HEALTH SCIENCES CENTERTwo administrative appointments at the University of Utah Health Sciences Center have been announced.
69 U PATHOLOGY RESEARCHERS RECEIVE $1.2 MILLION NIH GRANTTo help meet the nation's increasing need for scientists trained in microbial pathogenesis, the study of disease-producing microorganisms, the University of Utah School of Medicine's Department of Pathology was recently awarded a $1.2 million grant by the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
70 PICTURE STORAGE SYSTEM BOOSTS U RADIOLOGY DEPARTMENT'S IMAGING TECHNOLOGYNuclear medicine physicians at the University of Utah School of Medicine have forsaken their light boxes and films. Instead, when they want to see images of diagnostic procedures, they log into a computer network.
71 FREE-ELECTRON LASER TO ENHANCE RESEARCH AT UNIVERSITY OF UTAHA $1.2 million grant from the U.S. Office of Naval Research has been awarded the University of Utah Laser Institute for initial research involving potential scientific and medical uses of free-electron lasers. The grant is the first of an expected $7 million package to be distributed over the next f...
72 UNIVERSITY OF UTAH HOSPITAL OPENS DOORS TO $42.5 MILLION ECCLES CRITICAL CARE PAVILIONRibbon-cutting ceremonies for University of Utah Hospital's new George S. and Dolores Dore Eccles Critical Care Pavilion will be held Friday, March 28 at 11 a.m.
73 NEW TECHNOLOGY AIDS EARLY DIAGNOSIS OF CERVICAL CANCER FOR UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL PATIENTSBeginning March 15, Associated Regional and University Pathologists (ARUP) will use a new computerized image analysis system to rescreen all negative Pap smears of patients at University of Utah Hospitals & Clinics.
74 November 9, 2001 MEMOTO: Assignment Editors FROM: Jason Burgess SUBJECT: Free Diabetes Testing at U Clinics For American Diabetes Month
75 U PHARMACY PROFESSOR TO RECEIVE PRESTIGIOUS AWARD NAMED FOR HIS BROTHERHeeding the advice of his older brother, William I. Kiguchi left farming behind to pursue a career in science. Thirty five years later, pharmaceutical researchers worldwide will affirm the wisdom of that choice when Dr. Higuchi receives the Takeru Higuchi Research Prize, established by the American ...
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