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126 U NURSING ALUMNI 'HONORS' PROGRAM HELPS STUDENTS, RECOGNIZES NURSES"Honors for Nursing," a tradition of helping nursing students and also honoring nurses who have made lasting impressions, is under way for the fourth year. The fundraiser was established by faculty and alumni of the University of Utah College of Nursing and proceeds are donated to the alumni associa...
127 U GERONTOLOGY LEADER TAKES HELM OF SOCIETY OF HUMAN ECOLOGYScott D. Wright, Ph.D., associate professor and coordinator of graduate studies in the University of Utah Gerontology Center at the College of Nursing, is the new president of the Society of Human Ecology (SHE). Wright began his two-year term during the Ninth International SHE Conference, Oct. 15-18...
128 RUMORS OF DRUG-LACED CHILDREN'S TATTOO PAPERS UNTRUE, POISON CONTROL CENTER CHIEF SAYSRumors that small sheets of white paper with blue star tattoos laced with the hallucinogenic drug LSD are being sold to children in the Salt Lake area are not true, according to Joseph Veltri, Pharm.D., director of the Regional Poison Control Center at University Hospital.
129 U HOSPITALS & CLINICS, UTAH DIABETES CENTER OFFER FREE SCREENINGS DURING NOVEMBERUniversity of Utah Hospitals & Clinics (UUHC) and the Utah Diabetes Center will offer free diabetes screenings during November-American Diabetes Month.
130 WOMEN SUFFERING FROM OSTEOPOROSIS NEEDED FOR UNIVERSITY OF UTAH MEDICAL CENTER STUDYResearchers at the University of Utah School of Medicine are seeking post-menopausal women who suffer from osteoporosis to participate in a three-year national study of a new drug which may slow or even stop the advance of the bone disease.
131 FORMER MISS AMERICA TO DISCUSS INCEST AT UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL NEW HORIZONS CONFERENCEFormer Miss America and incest survivor, Marilyn Van Derbur, will be the featured speaker at the New Horizons Pediatric and Perinatal Nursing Conference, Tuesday, April 12, from 8:30--10 a.m., at the University Park Hotel. Interviews with Ms. Van Derbur will be available following her presentation a...
132 ORGAN DONATION TOPIC OF PUBLIC LECTURE AT UNIVERSITY HOSPITALThe legal and emotional issues involved in organ donation will be discussed during Nursing Grand Rounds Wednesday, December 10, at noon in Classroom C of the University of Utah Health Sciences Center.
133 WILLIAM HIGUCHI, U PHARMACY PROFESSOR RECEIVES RESEARCH ACHIEVEMENT AWARDWilliam I. Higuchi, Ph.D., distinguished professor and chairman of the Department of Pharmaceutics at the University of Utah College of Pharmacy, has been honored with a Research Achievement Award, from the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS).
134 UTAH-CARDIAC SURGEONS PERFORM 100TH TRANSPLANTA 22-year-old patient with end-stage congenital heart disease Tuesday became the recipient of the 10Oth heart transplanted by the Utah Transplantation Affiliated Hospitals- Cardiac Transplant Program (UTAH-Cardiac). The patient is listed in critical condition.
135 UNIVERSITY OF UTAH MEDICAL GROUP NAMES EXECUTIVE DIRECTORThe University of Utah Medical Group (UUMG) Board of Directors has appointed Dayle Benson, MHA, as executive director. She will oversee health plan contracting, finance, information systems, clinical standards, physician referral programs and other administrative functions for UUMG, the University's...
136 PHARMACY DEAN RESIGNS AT U OF UDwight S. Fullerton, Ph.D., resigned as dean of the University of Utah College of Pharmacy, effective December 31, to return to the faculty. Dr. Fullerton served as dean for two and a half years.
137 U PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT PROGRAM RECEIVES DUMKE FOUNDATION GIFTThe Utah Physician Assistant Program in the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine at the University of Utah School of Medicine has received nearly $8,000 from the Dr. Ezekiel R. and Edna Wattis Dumke Foundation for support of a clinical procedures laboratory.
138 DEATH CLAIMS JOHN R. WARD, M.D., 80, RHEUMATOLOGY PIONEER AT U MEDICAL SCHOOLJohn Robert Ward, 80, died of natural causes Monday, Nov. 1, at University of Utah Hospital, where he had treated patients, taught medical students, and headed the rheumatology program for more than 35 years.
139 WILLIAMS NAMED TO JEREMY CHAIR FOR ARTHRITIS RESEARCHH. James Williams, M.D., professor and chief of the Division of Rheumatology in the University of Utah School of Medicine, has been named to the Thomas E. and Rebecca D. Jeremy Presidential Endowed Chair for Arthritis Research.
140 U OF U CARDIOLOGIST CHOSEN AS 1 OF 2 PHYSICIANS NATIONWIDE TO RECEIVE ACCF/PFIZER AWARD IN CARDIOVASCULAR MEDICINESALT LAKE CITY - A University of Utah post-doctoral fellow in cardiology is one of two physicians nationwide to receive an ACCF/Pfizer Postdoctoral Fellowship Award in Cardiovascular Medicine for 2004.
141 HEARING PROBLEMS? RESEARCH PROMISES BETTER AIDS, U PROFESSOR SAYSSo, you like the TV louder than your family prefers...you miss phrases in conversation. . .and, when someone calls out a name that sounds like yours, you answer all too often.
142 ROUND-THE-CLOCK MEDICAL CARE AT PARK CITY FAMILY HEALTH & EMERGENCY CENTERThe University of Utah's Park City Family Health and Emergency Center, 1665 Bonanza Drive, will be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week beginning Thursday, July 11.
143 CAROLEE MONCUR NAMED INTERIM DEAN OF U OF U COLLEGE OF HEALTH CaroleeCarolee Moncur, Ph.D., has been named interim dean of the University of Utah College of Health. Moncur, a U faculty member since 1972, is a professor in the Division of Physical Therapy and adjunct professor in bioengineering and rheumatology.
144 U PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT PROGRAM WILL USE PA FOUNDATION GRANT FOR INTERNATIONAL CURRICULUM, TRAINING SITE IN THAILANDSALT LAKE CITY -- The University of Utah Physician Assistant Program (UPAP) has received one of the first international program grants from the national Physician Assistant (PA) Foundation. The $4,500 grant will support UPAP's International Curriculum Development and student exchange project and hel...
145 NIH AWARDS $6.6 MILLION TO U OF U MEDICAL SCHOOL FOR LANDMARK STUDY OF DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS FOR KNEE OSTEOARTHRITISThe University of Utah School of Medicine has been awarded a four-year, $6.6 million grant to coordinate a nine-center landmark study of the dietary supplements glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate for treatment of knee osteoarthritis.
146 FREE PROSTATE CANCER SCREENING OFFERED BY UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES CENTERIn conjunction with Prostate Cancer Awareness Week September 20-30, free prostate cancer screening clinics, for men 50 years old and older, will be held Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, September 28 and 30. at the University of Utah Health Sciences Center.
147 U OF U CARDIOLOGISTS TO OPEN ST. GEORGE OFFICEThe Division of Cardiology at the University of Utah School of Medicine will open an office in St. George, Utah on July 15. The office will be staffed by full-time faculty cardiologists at the university.
148 BETTER HEARING AND SPEECH MONTH HIGHLIGHTED AT U COLLEGE OF HEALTHSince May is Better Hearing and Speech Month, the University of Utah College of Health is sponsoring a fund-raising event to benefit its Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic. Students in the Department of Communication Disorders have planned the First Annual Trap Shoot Sat., May 11, at the Salt Lake Gun C...
149 U HOSPITAL TO TEST NEW RADIATION THERAPY FOR MALIGNANT BRAIN TUMORSA cutting-edge radiation therapy for malignant brain tumors will be tested at the University of Utah Hospital-one of 20 academic medical centers selected to conduct the clinical trial.
150 UTAH POISON CONTROL CENTER REMINDS PARENTS OF DANGERS TO CHILDREN"Children Act Fast, So Do Poisons," the general theme for National Poison Prevention Week March 18-24, is a familiar one for staff at the Utah Poison Control Center (UPCC). Last year, the center received over 37,000 reports of poison exposures, 60 percent involving children under six years of age.
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