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Too many Black babies are dying. Birth workers in Kansas fight to keep them alive
"Baby Talk" prenatal education classes represent a new partnership started this year between the nurses association and the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita's Center for Research for Infant and Birth Survival, or CRIBS. Participants meet for two hours every Wednesday over a six-week period.

With new title sponsor, Wichita Open becomes $1 million golf tournament on Korn Ferry Tour
After adding KU Wichita Pediatrics as a chief sponsor recently, Buell said the Wichita Open was ecstatic to add Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas as the title sponsor.

A look behind WSU president’s vision for a health science center: ‘This can be done'
About four years ago, when Muma was provost, he began having conversations at WSU about more integrated learning and also with the University of Kansas Medical Center about collaborating with the KU School of Medicine-Wichita, which had been having its own discussions about a new Wichita facility for itself.

Partners in health: How KU, WSU plan to shape the future of medical education training
The plans for a shared $302-million downtown medical campus have faculty members at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita and Wichita State University dreaming up new opportunities for collaborations.

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