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201 PUBLIC HEALTH SCHOLAR TO DISCUSS VALUE OF RESEARCH ON PHYSICAL ACTIVITYAn internationally recognized scholar in public health will speak at the second annual J. George Jones Jr. and Velma Rife Jones Distinguished Lectureship sponsored by the University of Utah College of Health Thursday, Feb. 22 at 5 p.m. in the Marriott Library's Gould Auditorium. A reception will fol...
202 U MEDICAL SCHOOL ORTHOPEDIC SURGEON BEGINS STATE'S FIRST KNEE CARTILAGE TRANSPLANTU MEDICAL SCHOOL ORTHOPEDIC SURGEON BEGINS STATE'S FIRST KNEE CARTILAGE TRANSPLANT
203 BONE MARROW TRANSPLANT PROGRAM TO BEGIN AT U MEDICAL CENTERIn a span of two decades, bone marrow transplantation has progressed from an investigational procedure to an established therapy for certain cancers, and by mid-March the University of Utah Medical Center will begin its bone marrow transplant (BMT) program, and admit patients for whom this procedure...
204 U OF U COLLEGE OF NURSING SCHEDULES THREE CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSESThree courses for area nurses have been scheduled by the University of Utah College of Nursing.
205 PANIC ATTACK SUFFERERS SOUGHT FOR U MOOD DISORDERS CLINIC STUDYPersons with anxiety disorders are being sought for treatment-oriented research at the Mood Disorders Clinic in the University of Utah medical school's Department of Psychiatry. The clinic was established nine years ago to evaluate new medications not yet available to the public.
206 U MEDICAL SCHOOL CHOSEN AS CENTER FOR MASSIVE CANCER SCREENING RESEARCHThe University of Utah School of Medicine is one of 12 institutions nationwide selected by the National Cancer Institute to conduct clinical research for the Prostate, Lung, Colorectal and Ovarian Cancer Trial (PLCO).
207 NEW BOOK EXAMINES AGING TRENDS IN UTAHA book published this spring by the Gerontology Center at the University of Utah's College of Nursing is shedding new light on aging trends in Utah and the Intermountain West. The "Utah Sourcebook on Aging" also includes the latest information about services and programs available throughout the sta...
208 U OF U GRIEF SUPPORT PROGRAM SCHEDULES MAY, JUNE SESSIONSTwo eight-week grief support groups, offered by The Caring Connections: A Hope and Comfort in Grief Program, will be meeting during May and June. The grief program is a collaborative effort of the University of Utah College of Nursing and University of Utah Hospitals & Clinics.
209 AWARD-WINNING AUTHOR, PHYSICIAN TO PRESENT COWAN MEMORIAL LECTURES AT U MEDICAL SCHOOLAWARD-WINNING AUTHOR, PHYSICIAN TO PRESENT COWAN MEMORIAL LECTURES AT U MEDICAL SCHOOL
210 DR. RAY WHITE TO LEAD NEW EFFORT IN CANCER GENETICS AT HUNTSMAN CANCER INSTITUTERaymond L. White, Ph.D., for the past five years executive director of the Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI) at the University of Utah, announced Tuesday that he will relinquish his administrative duties to focus his full energies on leading new studies to understand the fundamental basis of cancer. S...
211 EMERG Electronic Medical Education Resource GroupWhat? An Open House EMERG celebrates the grand opening of its Electronic Medical Education Learning Center, which helps EMERG fulfill its education and community outreach goals. With the generosity of the George S. and Dolores Dote Eccles Foundation, the learning center is a state-of-the-art facilit...
212 Curtis Pitts, necrotizing fasciitis patient, meets the press tomorrow, Friday, Mar. 1, at 10 a.m. in the University Health Sciences Center Board Room-second floor of U HospitalBarring unforeseen complications, Curtis Pitts, 35, Payson, Utah, who was transferred to University Hospital on Wednesday, January 31, suffering necrotizing fasciitis caused by an infection of streptococcus bacterium, Group A, will be discharged from University Hospital Monday, Mar. 4.
213 UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL IN ACTION SATURDAY AS PART OF AIRPORT DISASTER DRILLPhysicians and staff at University of Utah Hospital will demonstrate how a major trauma center handles a mass influx of patients tomorrow afternoon (Saturday, Sept. 11) as part of a mock airplane crash at Salt Lake International Airport. The hospital expects to receive 15-20 simulated patients with ...
214 TELEHEALTH NETWORK SCHEDULES STATEWIDE OPEN HOUSE SEPT. 27Utahns from Logan to Blanding will have a chance to see how Telehealth allows patients to receive specialty health-care services without leaving their communities.
215 PARENT TO PARENT SCHEDULES 25TH NBICU 'GRADUATE' REUNION"Graduates" of University of Utah Hospital's Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NBICU), ranging in age from 20 years to just a few months, and families that have experienced a high-risk pregnancy, will gather for a special 25th reunion Saturday, August 6, from noon-3 p.m. on the east field of the Health, ...
216 U BEREAVEMENT PROGRAM SCHEDULES 'GRIEF AND THE HOLIDAYS' SESSIONS"Grief and the Holidays," a program for bereaved individuals, will be presented twice in November by The Caring Connections: A Hope and Comfort in Grief Program, a joint effort between the University of Utah College of Nursing and University of Utah Hospitals & Clinics.
217 UTAH REGIONAL CANCER CENTER MARKS 1ST ANNIVERSARY WITH NEW PATIENT THERAPY PROGRAM, LABORATORIES, SEMINARSAn experimental therapy for melanoma and kidney cancer that is available at only a handful of centers nationwide will be offered to selected patients this fall at the Utah Regional Cancer Center, located at the University of Utah Health Sciences Center.
218 BLANKET DRIVE TO BENEFIT NEWBORN INTENSIVE CARE UNIT AT UNIVERSITY HOSPITALA program that touched the hearts of radio listeners for years - supplying little blankets for the tiny infants in the Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NBICU) of University Hospital - is being offered again this year during the month of December.
219 'GOOD HOUSEKEEPING' RANKS UNIVERSITY OF UTAH HOSPITAL AMONG BEST FOR WOMEN'S CARDIAC CARESalt Lake City-Approximately 200,000 women suffer heart attacks each year, and University of Utah Hospitals & Clinics is one of the top centers in the country to care for them, according to Good Housekeeping.
220 CARING FOR PREMATURE, HIGH-RISK INFANTS FOCUS OF NURSING COURSE"Developmental Interventions for Premature and High-risk Neonates," a one-day course for practicing nurses, will be offered Monday, Nov. 30, by the University of Utah College of Nursing.
221 Assignment EditorFrom: Mary Chachas, U Health Sciences Public Affairs What: Celebration for Health Professions in the New Millennium, official kickoff of collaborative program between University of Utah Health Sciences Center and Salt Lake School District, designed to give high school students a first-hand look at h...
222 U MEDICAL SCHOOL WINS $3.8 MILLION TO STUDY THE BASIS OF SENSORY RECEPTIONOur body senses its environment in many ways. The lights turn on in a dark room, and suddenly you can see the objects around you. Someone touches you lightly on the shoulder, and you know to turn to see who it is. You inhale the thin air on a high mountain top, and your body senses the need for more...
223 Keep Safe...Keep It Up And Away"Keep,Safe...Keep It Up And Away" is the theme for 1996 National Poison Prevention Week, March 17-23. This week is set aside to remind everyone that poisonings occur and to teach them how to prevent unintentional poisonings.
224 U MEDICAL INFORMATICS CHAIR TO RECEIVE GOVERNOR'S MEDAL FOR SCIENCE TECHNOLOGYHomer R. Warner, M.D., Ph.D., professor and chair of the Department of Medical Informatics at the University of Utah School of Medicine, is a recipient of the 1992 Governor's Medal for Science Technology. The 1992 award winners will be honored at a July 28 luncheon at the Governor's mansion.
225 WHITE COAT CEREMONY TO WELCOME U OF U FRESHMAN MEDICAL STUDENTSOne hundred and two members of the University of Utah School of Medicine's entering freshman class will celebrate the beginning of their education as physicians in a White Coat Ceremony on Friday, September 20 on campus.
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