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101 UNIVERSITY OF UTAH HOSPITAL TO OPEN $36 MILLION ORTHOPAEDIC CENTER IN RESEARCH PARKSalt Lake City-Utah residents will have access to the latest and best in orthopedic care when the $36 million University of Utah Orthopaedic Center opens on Tuesday, Oct. 5.
102 PSYCHIATRIC NURSING MEET SET BY U HOSPITAL, COLLEGERecent genetic research related to mental illness and changing trends in psychiatric nursing practice are among topics to be addressed during a two-day "Psychiatric Nursing '91" conference.
103 UNIVERSITY OF UTAH HOSPITAL NAMES NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTORA longtime administrator at The George Washington University Medical Center in Washington, D.C., has been named executive director of University of Utah Hospital in Salt Lake City.
104 UTAH PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT PROGRAM TURNS 2 0 IN JULYThe University of Utah School of Medicine's Physician Assistant Program (UPAP) celebrated 20 years of operation and service to the state of Utah and the Intermountain Region on July 1, 1991.
105 U PHYSICIAN TO PRESIDE AT MEET OF BILIARY RADIOLOGY SOCIETYFrank J. Miller, Jr., M.D., professor of radiology and chief of interventional radiology at the University of Utah School of Medicine, presided at the annual meeting of the International Society for Biliary Radiology, held Nov. 27 in Chicago. Miller was elected the society's president in March after...
106 UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL IN ACTION TONIGHT AS PART OF DELTA CENTER DISASTER DRILLHow does a major trauma center handle a mass influx of patients following a community disaster? Find out tonight at University Hospital, which will receive approximately 25-30 simulated patients with serious injuries from the disaster drill being held at the Delta Center. Patients are expected to be...
107 HUNTSMAN CANCER INSTITUTE DEDICATES NEW HOSPITAL JUNE 21 MEDIA ADVISORYwhat: Huntsman Cancer Institute, a National Cancer Institute-designated cancer center, dedicates the new Huntsman Cancer Hospital, the only cancer specialty hospital in the Intermountain West. The $100 million, state-of-the-art facility has advanced imaging and treatment technologies never before se...
108 ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY RADIOLOGISTS HONORS DAVID G. BRAGG, M.D.David G. Bragg, M.D., professor and chair of the Department of Radiology at the University of Utah School of Medicine, has been selected to receive the 1995 Gold Medal of the Association of University Radiologists (AUR).
109 U MEDICAL SCHOOL'S RESIDENCY PROGRAM RATED NO. 1 IN AMERICAN BOARD OF RADIOLOGY'S LATEST RANKINGSSALT LAKE CITY - Medical school graduates who aspire to careers in radiology cannot find a better training program in North America than the one at the University of Utah School of Medicine, according to the American Board of Radiology.
110 U PROFESSOR TO HEAD AMERICAN BOARD OF PREVENTIVE MEDICINE'S CERTIFICATION COMMITTEEKurt T. Hegmann, M.D., M.P.H, FACP, FACOEM, has been appointed to chair the American Board of Preventive Medicine (ABPM) Examination Committee, which oversees all certification examinations of the board.
111 NORMA MATHESON HONORED BY UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL BOARD FOR LEADERSHIP IN NURSING STUDYNorma Matheson was awarded a Resolution of Appreciation by the University of Utah Hospital Board Friday, recognizing her efforts as chair of the Utah Nursing Study Task Force.
112 U NURSING STUDENTS PREPARE HEALTH FAIR FOR WENDOVER HIGH SCHOOLStudents at the University of Utah College of Nursing will host a health fair at Wendover High School, Wendover, Nevada, Wednesday, May 8.
113 U NURSING SPECIALIST TO DISCUSS ORAL COMPLICATIONS OF CANCER TREATMENTSusan L. Beck, Ph.D., associate professor in the oncology nursing graduate program at the University of Utah College of Nursing, will participate in a National Press .Club briefing on Oral Complications of Cancer Treatment in Washington D.C. Wednesday, Jan. 27.
114 U HOSPITAL'S NEW LITHOTRIPTOR BREAKS KIDNEY STONES WITH NO ANESTHETICS, NO RADIATION, NO PAINA new generation lithotriptor, the latest technology, is now helping University of Utah Hospital kidney stone patients overcome the painful ailment without anesthetics, x-rays or immersion in water.
115 GARN, POULTON TAKE LEAD IN LEGISLATIVE ASSURANCE OF QUALITY HEALTH-CARE TRAINING AND TREATMENT IN UTAHUtah House Majority Leader Kevin Garn and Senate Majority Leader Steve Poulton are leading an effort among Utah legislators to approve $5 million in new state funding-which will generate a total $15 million with Medicare matching funds- in order to provide continued quality medical education and tra...
116 U INTERNAL MEDICINE CHAIR RECEIVES ENDOCRINE SOCIETY'S LEADERSHIP AWARDWilliam D. Odell, M.D., Ph.D., professor and chair of the Department of Internal Medicine at the University of Utah School of Medicine, will receive The Endocrine Society's prestigious Robert H. Williams Distinguished Leadership Award during the organization's 7 3rd annual meeting now under way in W...
117 UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER NEEDS TENSE, WORRIED VOLUNTEERSA new anti-anxiety medication is being studied at the University of Utah Health Sciences Center's Depression Clinic. Volunteers are needed to test the drug.
118 UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL INSTALLS 18,000-POUND MAGNET IN MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING MACHINEA magnet so big and powerful that a paper clip will distort its field was lowered into University Hospital's new Magnetic Resonance Imaging building Monday morning.
119 HOSPITAL NAMES SALLY PORTER AS MAY'S TOP EMPLOYEESally Porter, a clinical supervisor for Nutrition Care Services, is University Hospital's Employee of the Month for May.
120 BRAIN IMAGING EXPERTS AT U MEDICAL SCHOOL TO DISCUSS PROMISING RESEARCH FOR AT-RISK KIDSThe use of state-of-the-art brain-scanning technology to help at-risk children and teens will be described by two faculty members from the University of Utah Department of Radiology at an upcoming Innovations in Education Conference in Salt Lake City.
121 DYSTONIA AWARENESS WEEK SHEDS LIGHT ON A LITTLE-KNOWN DISEASEDystonia is a neurological movement disorder that affects more than 200, 000 Americans and can take many forms--many of which are frequently undiagnosed or misdiagnosed.
122 BRINTON TO CHAIR U HEALTH SCIENCES GROUPReed W. Brinton will chair the University of Utah Health Sciences Council for the next two years. The 80-member council was established in 1986 to promote community understanding and support of University Hospital; the School of Medicine; the colleges of pharmacy, nursing, and health; and the Spence...
123 PROSTATE CANCER SCREENING SEPTEMBER 2 6A prostate cancer screening clinic will be offered at University of Utah Health Sciences Center on Thursday, September 26, in conjunction with Prostate Cancer Awareness Week.
124 NEW TREATMENT FOR IMPOTENCEThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved a new treatment for erectile dysfunction, or impotence, a condition suffered by approximately 3 0 percent of American males between the ages of 4 0 and 70. The University of Utah School of Medicine's Division of Urology participated in the trials wh...
125 ROY BLOEBAUM, JOINT REPLACEMENT EXPERT, NAMED TO HOFMANN CHAIR IN ORTHOPEDIC RESEARCHRoy D. Bloebaum, Ph.D., an internationally recognized expert in bone healing and total joint replacement at the University of Utah School of Medicine, has been named the first holder of The Albert and Margaret Hofmann Endowed Chair in Orthopedic Research.
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