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151 U INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL CLINIC JOINS WORLDWIDE NETWORK TRACING SPREAD OF DISEASESThe International Travel Clinic, a collaborative effort between the University of Utah School of Medicine and the Salt Lake City-County Health Department, now is part of a network of 23 clinics around the world monitoring the global spread of infectious diseases, treating travelers who have become i...
152 PHYSICIAN-CANCER SURVIVOR TO ADDRESS U OF U MEDICAL SCHOOL COMMENCEMENTSALT LAKE CITY-A physician whose experience with cancer fundamentally altered her view of a doctor's role in healing will address the University of Utah School of Medicine May 24 commencement.
153 WILLIAM CLOSE, SURGEON/AUTHOR, TO ADDRESS U MED SCHOOL FRESHMEN AT WHITE COAT CEREMONYA surgeon and author who practiced in Africa for 16 years and now is "a village doc" in Big Piney, Wyoming, will share his perspectives on medicine with the University of Utah School of Medicine's Class of 2006 at the annual White Coat Ceremony Friday.
154 To All Concerned:Here is your file copy of the news release "Better Health-Care Access for Rural Areas-That's Goal of U Health Sciences Center Education Proposal" and cover letters sent out by the Public Affairs office yesterday:
155 U OF U CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION CHIEF ELECTED TO NATIONAL POSTRosalie Lammle, program coordinator for Continuing Medical Education (CME) at the University of Utah School of Medicine, has been elected western regional representative for the Society of Medical College Directors of CME.
156 U OF U MEDICAL SCHOOL TO HONOR GOLDEN GRADUATESThe University of Utah School of Medicine will celebrate its 50th anniversary and honor the class of 1944-the first men and women to receive their complete medical training in Utah. Twelve of the surviving 18 members will be on hand to receive Distinguished Alumni awards, which will be presented at ...
157 U PROFESSOR OF PHARMACOLOGY-TOXICOLOGY RECEIVES NATIONAL RECOGNITIONA research professor of pharmacology and toxicology at the University of Utah College of Pharmacy has received a national award from the American Academy of Forensic Sciences.
158 UNIVERSITY OF UTAH RESEARCHES SAY COLD SORES LIKELY CAUSED BY ONE OF SIX GENESSALT LAKE CITY-Cold sores are the most common recurrent viral infection that people get-and University of Utah medical researchers say there's a good chance that a predisposition to them is inherited through one of six genes.
159 LUCY OSBORN TO RESUME PEDIATRICS FACULTY PRACTICE, RESEARCH; WILL LEAVE HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER ADMINISTRATIONLucy M. Osborn, M.D., M.S.P.H., has resigned her post as University of Utah associate vice president for health sciences for clinical programs to return to full-time responsibilities as professor of pediatrics on the medical school faculty.
160 PERINATAL NURSING CLASS BEGINS NEXT WEEK AT U OF URecent advances in health care for the pregnant woman and fetus will be the focus of a perinatal nursing course that begins next week at the University of Utah College of Nursing.
161 U BEREAVEMENT PROGRAM SCHEDULES 'GRIEF AND THE HOLIDAYS' SESSIONSU BEREAVEMENT PROGRAM SCHEDULES 'GRIEF AND THE HOLIDAYS' SESSIONS
162 U COLLEGE OF NURSING RECEIVES EIGHT-YEAR ACCREDITATIONThe University of Utah College of Nursing baccalaureate and master's degree programs have been granted continuing full accreditation for eight years, the longest interval possible, according to Linda K. Amos, Ed.D., dean of the college.
163 IN VITRO FERTILIZATION ADVANCES INCREASE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL'S 'TAKE HOME' BABY RATE"Major technological and scientific progress has been made in the University of Utah Hospital's in vitro fertilization program since it began in 1983," according to Douglas T. Carrell, Ph.D., assistant professor of urology and director of andrology/embryology for the Utah Center for Reproductive Med...
164 VOLUNTEERS NEEDED TO TEST COLD SORE MEDICATIONSCold sore sufferers are needed at University of Utah Health Sciences Center to test two antiviral drugs which may show promise in treating the herpes simplex virus.
165 U HOSPITALS & CLINICS RECEIVES NATIONAL AWARD FOR EMPLOYEE SERVICES PROGRAMUniversity Hospitals & Clinics has won a national award for its employee services program for 2000. The Employee Services Management (ESM) Association's Eastwood award was presented to Wendy J. Bailey, director of reward recognition employee services, at the ESM's recent annual conference in New Orl...
166 U HOSPITAL NUTRITIONIST NAMED 1991 OUTSTANDING DIETITIANUniversity of Utah Hospital dietitian Laurie Moyer-Mileur has been named 1991 Outstanding Dietitian by the Utah Dietetic Association (UDA).
167 UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL 5K SET FOR APRIL 21; PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT PATIENTSThe sixth annual University Hospital 5K Classic run/leisure walk has been slated for April 21 at 9 a.m.
168 U MEDICINAL CHEMIST WINS AWARD TO STUDY NEW SELENIUM SUPPLEMENTSThe study of novel selenium supplements for possible use as cancer chemopreventive agents will be the focus of research by Jeanette C. Roberts, Ph.D., associate professor of medicinal chemistry at the University of Utah College of Pharmacy, who has received an award for her investigation.
169 U OF U EMPLOYEES KICK OFF CAMPAIGN FOR OUR COMMUNITY WITH DAY OF CARING ACTIVITIESUniversity of Utah employees will roll up their sleeves and hit the streets tomorrow (Thursday, Sept. 9) to show their commitment to the community at the annual Day of Caring. More than 50 U employees will help local charities in a variety of service projects during the day-long event.
170 UTAH AREA HEALTH EDUCATION CENTERS MODEL OF FEDERAL/STATE COOPERATIONA promising new state-initiated program to bolster health-care services in rural and underserved areas of Utah has received a two-million-dollar vote of confidence from the federal government.
171 U HOSPITAL SETS PUBLIC PREVIEW OF NEW OPERATING ROOMSUniversity Hospital will give employees and community members a chance to tour the newest operating facility this week before the six new operating rooms open for patients. The public open house is scheduled Saturday, July 19, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
172 MOUNTAIN BELL GIVES $74,000 TO UNIVERSITY SPEECH AND HEARING PROGRAMA University of Utah program designed primarily to screen pre-school children and nursing home residents in rural areas for speech, language and hearing problems has received a $74,000 grant from the Mountain Bell Foundation.
173 UNIVERSITY OF UTAH SCHOOL OF MEDICINE TO HONOR BODY DONORS, FAMILIES AT MEMORIAL SERVICESalt Lake City-A memorial service to honor the 98 people who gave their bodies to science and education at the University of Utah School of Medicine last year will be held Friday, May 28 at 11 a.m. The grave where their cremains will be interred is located in the northwest corner of the Salt Lake Ci...
174 NURSING DOCUMENTATION FOCUS OF ONE-DAY CONFERENCETo help nurses learn how to accurately and thoroughly record their activities on patient charts, the University of Utah College of Nursing is hosting a special one-day conference Friday, Jan. 24.
175 MEDIA ADVISORY"Advances in Endoscopic and Minimally Invasive Plastic Surgery" will be discussed and demonstrated for some 75 physicians from throughout the world in sessions Thursday, January 4-Sunday, January 7 at the Yarrow Hotel and Conference Center in Park City and the Summit Plastic Surgery Center on the Un...
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