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76 NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE HONORS U PROFESSOR FOR EXEMPLARY PRACTICE OF MEDICINERoyce Moser, Jr., M.D., M.P.H., professor of family and preventive medicine at the University of Utah School of Medicine and director of the department's Rocky Mountain Center for Occupational and Environmental Health (RMCOEH), has been honored with the Harriet Hardy Award by The New England College...
77 COLLEGE OF NURSING PASSES LAMP OF LEARNING TO NEW STUDENTSThe starched white nurses' caps of years ago are gone, but not the tradition of learning they stood for. On Thursday, January 23, the University of Utah College of Nursing will welcome 50 new students with its own fledgling tradition, the Lamp of Learning Ceremony.
78 U COLLEGE OF NURSING HANDBOOK HELPS SURVIVORS DEAL WITH UNEXPECTED DEATHThere's nothing easy about dealing with the sudden death of a loved one, but a handbook written by three authors from the University of Utah College of Nursing offers some help.
79 U COLLEGE OF NURSING OFFERS NURSING ADMINISTRATION LECTURE SERIESA lecture series for nurse administrators is scheduled this fall at the University of Utah College of Nursing.
80 U OF U HEALTH PROFESSOR RECEIVES TWO NATIONAL AWARDSL. Dale Cruse, Ed.D., professor and chair of the University of Utah Department of Recreation and Leisure, is the 1987 recipient of the American Association for Leisure and Recreation (AALR) Outstanding Achievement Award and the Southwest District American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Rec...
81 U OF U COLLEGE OF NURSING SETS CAREER DAY OPEN HOUSEInformation and options about careers in nursing will be in plentiful supply Friday, Oct. 25, during the annual open house and career day sponsored by the University of Utah College of Nursing.
82 COLLEGE OF NURSING APPOINTS NEW FACULTY MEMBERSTwo new faculty members have been appointed to the University of Utah College of Nursing this fall. Judith Graves, Ph.D., will direct the Office of Nursing Informatics, while Barbara Kerr will coordinate the Office of Community Service.
83 U OF U TRUSTEES CONFIRM PETER JENSEN, M.D., AS CHAIR OF PATHOLOGYSalt Lake City- Peter E. Jensen, M.D., has been confirmed as chair of the Department of Pathology at the University of Utah School of Medicine. The U of U Board of Trustees approved the appointment at a Sept. 13 meeting.
84 U PHARMACY PROFESSOR RECOGNIZED FOR SERVICE TO NATIONAL ASSOCIATIONDavid Roll, Ph.D., acting dean and professor of medicinal chemistry in the University of Utah College of Pharmacy has received a 1989 Distinguished Service Award from the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP).
85 INFORMATION FLOWS AT U HEALTH LIBRARY THANKS, IN PART, TO AT&T DONATIONStudents, faculty and staff at the University of Utah Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library now enjoy 10 new computers thanks to AT&T's interest in education and research....and its favorable impressions of the library.
86 U RESEARCHER DIVES INTO SOUTH PACIFIC TO FIND NEW CANCER TREATMENTSChemicals secreted by sea sponges in the South Pacific to combat life-threatening algae are helping a University of Utah researcher find new ways to fight cancer.
87 U NURSING COLLEGE SELECTS PAULA JULANDER FOR DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI AWARDThe University of Utah College of Nursing will award its 2002 Distinguished Alumni Award to Utah State Senator Paula F. Julander (D-Salt Lake County), who graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree in 1984. The presentation will be at the College of Nursing Convocation Th...
88 UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL IS CONSUMERS' CHOICE FOR FOURTH STRAIGHT YEARSALT LAKE CITY-University Hospitals & Clinics has been named a Consumer Choice Award Winner in the Salt Lake City metropolitan area for the fourth consecutive year.
89 U MEDICAL SCHOOL INVITES UTAH TEENS TO yA DAY FOR WOMEN IN MEDICINE'The University of Utah School of Medicine is accepting registrations for its "A Day for Women in Medicine," Saturday, Oct. 19. Utah students in the seventh and eighth grades who are considering careers in the health sciences are invited to attend. The program is limited to the first 350 registrants.
90 VOLUNTEERS TRAINED IN AUTOMATIC DEFIBRILLATOR USE CAN HELP REDUCE HEART ATTACK DEATHSTraining nonmedical volunteers to use automatic external defibrillator (AED) on people who suffer heart attacks in public places can help save up to 4,000 lives every year in the United States, according to a recent study conducted by the University of Utah School of Medicine and 23 other research c...
91 U MEDICAL SCHOOL TO IMPLEMENT NEW CURRICULUM IN 1997Medical knowledge doubles every five years. Medical students must learn to keep learning, particularly how to manage the mass of new and constantly changing information, long after they write M.D. after their names.
92 TWO U FAMILY PRACTICE RESIDENTS WIN AWARDS FROM NATIONAL ACADEMYTwo physicians in the University of Utah School of Medicine's family practice residency program have been named winners of Mead Johnson awards, presented by the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP).
93 U MEDICAL SCHOOL TO WELCOME CLASS OF 2005 IN WHITE COAT CEREMONYThe first Navajo Indian woman to become a surgeon will deliver the keynote address Friday at the University of Utah School of Medicine's annual White Coat Ceremony for the freshman class.
94 U NURSING COLLEGE RECEIVES MAXIMUM 10-YEAR ACCREDITATIONThe University of Utah College of Nursing has been awarded the maximum term of accreditation--10-years--upon successful completion of a re-accreditation review by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
95 LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TO LEARN SURGERY BASICS DURING U OF U s FUTURE DOCTORS' SESSIONSalt Lake area high school students will learn how to suture this afternoon during a "Future Doctors" program at the Salt Lake City School District Technology Center, 1164 South Main Street. The session will be held from 3-4:30 p.m.
96 ATTENTION-DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER IN ADULTS TOPIC OF NEW BOOK BY U OF U PSYCHIATRISTPaul H. Wender, M.D., distinguished professor of psychiatry at the University of Utah School of Medicine and a pioneer in the study of attention-deficit disorder, has written a new book to help psychiatrists and psychologists treat adults who suffer from the disorder.
97 DR. J. MICHAEL DEAN NAMED INTERIM CHAIR OF U PEDIATRICS AND INTERIM MEDICAL DIRECTOR OF PRIMARY CHILDREN'S MEDICAL CENTERJ. Michael Dean, M.D., has been named interim chair of the University of Utah School of Medicine's Department of Pediatrics and interim medical director of Primary Children's Medical Center (PCMC), pending approval by the University's Faculty Senate and Board of Trustees.
98 U NEUR0-0NC0L0GY TEAM DEVELOPS NEW BRAIN CANCER TREATMENTSOperating like the arm on the Space Shuttle, a computeraided system developed at the University of Utah allows neurosurgeons to implant radioactive iodine seeds directly into a brain tumor-one of the most advanced forms of radiation therapy for brain cancer.
99 UNIVERSITY OF UTAH HOSPITALS & CLINICS READY FOR Y2KPatients at University of Utah Hospitals & Clinics will be in good hands when the clock strikes 12:01 a.m. on January 1, according to the results of an internal review of the hospital's medical eguipment and computer software. The review included the evaluation of more than 3,000 pieces of hospital ...
100 ATTN: NEWS DESKSWe've received a number of media inquiries about Jessica Kranski. Her family has allowed us to confirm that she's a patient at University Hospital and to issue a oneword condition -- serious. The family does not want to be interviewed and thanks you for respecting that decision.
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