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Respiratory therapy students study art to learn more about patient care
Jun 16, 2016 -- Respiratory therapy and education students enrolled in Karen Schell's pulmonary pathology class are part of a research study known as Art Speaks, which focuses on improving students’ observation and verbal communication skills.
Health Professions student receives three graduate-level degrees in one weekend
Jun 13, 2016 -- Troy Clifford Dargin is awarded a Master of Business Administration, a Master of Arts in political science and a doctorate in speech pathology from KU in May
New hope for patients with inclusion body myositis
Jun 01, 2016 -- A Joint study with KU Medical Center and British researchers points toward first treatment for patients with the muscle-wasting disease inclusion body myositis
Bachelor of Science in Nursing graduate is commissioned as officer in Navy Nursing Corps
May 19, 2016 -- Gunnery Sgt. Justin Williams, who received his diploma last weekend from the KU School of Nursing, was commissioned as Ensign Justin Williams in the United States Navy during a ceremony in the School of Nursing Atrium
Commencement 2016
May 11, 2016 -- The University of Kansas Schools of Health Professions, Medicine and Nursing held student recognition ceremonies May 14, 2016, at Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall in Kansas City, Kansas.
Dance student with autism leads the way as director of a new dance troupe
May 05, 2016 -- A student with the Department of Occupational Therapy Education Project Access dance class is now teaching dance to others with developmental disabilities
A persistent pioneer in breast cancer research
Apr 20, 2016 -- University of Kansas Medical Center oncologist Carol Fabian is honored for her work changing the odds for women with breast cancer and those at increased risk for the disease
A new NIH-funded study will determine if DHA supplements can prevent premature births
Apr 05, 2016 -- A $3 million NIH-funded study at the University of Kansas Medical Center will examine whether giving women daily doses of a DHA supplemen during the last half of their pregnancies can aid in preventing early premature births
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