Communities blog post, Nelson appointed to National Quality Forum telehealth committeeNight @ the Lab presentation winners holding their plaquesECHO sessionContinuing Engagement Awards

Communities

Eve-Lynn Nelson, Ph.D., has been selected to serve as a member of the National Quality Forum's Telehealth Multistakeholder Committee. Learn more >>

KU Area Health Education Centers

Programs such as Night @ the Lab encourage Kansas high schoolers to consider careers in health care. Learn more >>

School Telehealth Hero Nurse Honored

KU Center for Telemedicine & Telehealth honors Windy Garrett of Kansas City Kansas Public Schools as a Telehealth Hero Learn more >>

KU Center for Telemedicine and Telehealth

Project ECHO is helping KU Medical Center asthma experts build a virtual community throughout the state of Kansas and beyond. Learn more >>

Community Engagement Awards

Allen Greiner, Jr., M.D., awarded for improving the health of Kansas and beyond Learn More>>

Excellence in Community Engagement

In 1905, the University of Kansas Medical Center was established on the most eastern edge of Kansas facing West to remind us why we go to work: We work for Kansans.

That's why we work with communities in every county to enrich the health of Kansans.

A few things have changed since 1905. Today's health challenges are increasingly global. To remain steadfast in our dedication to the health of the people of Kansas, we also build partnerships and work to improve health beyond our state's borders.

The Institute for Community Engagement

Information and resources for

The power of partnerships is astounding. KU faculty, staff and students are collaborating to improve health with health care providers, community leaders and like-minded organizations in Kansas and around the world.

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