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100 Swimmers and Counting

KU's Sensory Supported Swimming program reaches a milestone this summer. Story | Video

Road to Recovery

Whether you're a weekend warrior or a pro athlete, physical therapy is part of the prescription for a Grade 2+ groin strain. Story

Stroke Study

KU Medical Center research suggests greater emphasis should be placed on increasing physical activity during a patient's hospital stay after an acute stroke. Story | Video

Are you ready for ICD-10CM/PCS?

The University of Kansas Medical Center is helping the health care industry prepare for the ICD-10 code. (Story) | (Video)

CSI: Kansas City

Clinical laboratory sciences students are learning forensics from Kansas City Crime Laboratory professionals. (Story)

Find Your Future

At the KU School of Health Professions, internationally renowned faculty prepare students for a rewarding career in clinical care, research or academia. Several of the school's graduate programs are nationally recognized by U.S. News & World Report. The training received from top faculty and scientists provides graduates with an edge in a workforce where health care professionals are in high demand. More than 25 undergraduate, graduate and certificate programs are available and each has its own prerequisites, admission requirements and costs. Visit an individual program website to learn more:

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Last modified: Aug 19, 2015