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Doctors warn against false information as they learn more about new COVID variant
In Wichita, Dr. Tiffany Schwasinger-Schmidt with the KU School of Medicine, said the misinformation she’s seen is purely due to fear of the unknown. She wants people to understand that it’s best to listen to medical professionals.
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Recent COVID patients wanted for drug trial
The Center for Clinical Research at KU School of Medicine-Wichita is looking for participants over 30 who have tested positive for COVID within the last 10 days.
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KU School of Medicine-Wichita seeking participants for COVID-19 drug study
The Center for Clinical Research at KU School of Medicine-Wichita is seeking participants over age 30 who have tested positive for COVID-19 within the last 10 days.
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Have you tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 10 days? KU School of Medicine seeking participants in drug study
The study, which is completely remote, will see if certain FDA-approved medications can help people with mild to moderate COVID-19 feel better faster and stay out of the hospital, according to a news release.
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Local clinics busy treating patients with respiratory illnesses as COVID remains issue for hospitals
Dr. Tiffany Schwasinger-Schmidt with KU School of Medicine-Wichita said if you’ve had COVID, it does lower your immune system, potentially making it easier for you to catch other viruses.
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It's Your Business (for Oct. 30)
Dr. Mattoon received her doctorate of medicine from the University Of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita.
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LMH Health physician receives Ingram’s 2021 Top Doctor recognition
Dr. Wendt began his physician’s journey at the University of Kansas School of Medicine and later completed his residency in orthopedic surgery at St. Francis Regional Medical Center in affiliation with the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita.
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LGBTQ+ Leadership Conference centers queer voices on campus
The keynote speaker was Tori Gleason, who is working on her Master of Public Health at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita.
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‘I understand your concern’: Sedgwick County COVID Ambassador program beats back vaccine hesitancy
While still in its infancy, the program reflects other community-based efforts around the country, said Elizabeth Ablah, Ph.D., MPH, professor in the Department of Population Health at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita.
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Safer Classrooms Workgroup talks mental health, COVID-19 precautions in Kansas schools
Kelli Netson-Amore of the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita said the pandemic has shown how communities rely on schools for vital services, such as communicating with children face-to-face, monitoring for child abuse and providing children with food.
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National pediatric groups declare children’s mental health emergency as services see more demand
In Kansas, a partnership between KU School of Medicine-Wichita and the Kansas Department of Health and Environment with the KSKidsMAP program is trying to fill that need for pediatricians.
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Wichita doctors discuss breakthrough COVID cases, virus impact on immunocompromised
"This virus is a horrible virus and it’s continuing to have a significant impact on our community and people that we know,” said KU School of Medicine-Wichita Department of Internal Medicine Assistant Professor and Center for Clinical Research Director Dr. Tiffany Schwasinger-Schmidt.
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Four educators receive Chancellors Club Teaching Professorships
Recipients include Scott Moser, M.D., associate dean of curriculum at KU School of Medicine-Wichita
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Pratt Family Practice gains new doctor with Kansas roots and connections
Vogt, who graduated from Tabor College in Hillsboro with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology in 2014, and then from KU School of Medicine-Wichitas in 2018, said she believes in health care accessibility for everyone regardless of age, socioeconomic status or race.
www.pratttribune.com

Understanding major depressive disorder and treatment resistance
Sheldon Preskorn, M.D., professor at KU School of Medicine-Wichita, spoke to attendees during the 2021 Annual Psychiatric TimesTM World CME Conference.
www.psychiatrictimes.com

School-based health clinic opens in Haysville school district
The clinic is in partnership with the KU School of Medicine-Wichita. Organizers hope to meet the physical and mental health needs of students in Haysville.
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Area professionals join inaugural Kansas Future Fellows cohort to face issues plaguing children, families
The University of Kansas Center for Public Partnerships and Research says it has officially launched Kansas Future Fellows, the first structured statewide network of ambassadors dedicated to the discovery of solutions to problems faced by young children and their families.
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CCMC: Glasco Family Physicians to open in November
Dr. Anderson completed his medical degree at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita.
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For Newton's Koontz, health and community go hand-in-hand
Jennifer Scott Koontz, M.D., MPH, has always had a heart for the community, which the past 18 months of pandemic have only emphasized.
www.thekansan.com

Local health officials, parents prepare for younger children to get COVID-19 vaccine
”The beauty of children is their immune systems are very now, so they respond very, vey well to any vaccines, so having a lower dose makes a lot of sense,” said KU School of Medicine Wichita Department of Internal Medicine Assistant Professor and Center for Disease Control Research Director Dr. Tiffany Schwasinger-Schmidt.
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Simple ways to avoid a heart attack, according to doctors
"Until now, little has been known about cardiovascular events relative to e-cigarette use," says Mohinder Vindhyal, MD, assistant professor at the University of Kansas School of Medicine Wichita and the lead author of the study, adding that the data should be "a real wake-up call" about the dangers of vaping and e-cigarettes.
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Business People for Sept. 19
Jennifer Scott Koontz, M.D., MPH, of Newton, who co-founded the JayDoc Community Clinic in Wichita, will receive Bethel College’s 2021 Outstanding Alumnus Award at its Alumni Banquet on Oct. 3.
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Health Care Heroes Lifetime Achievement: Garold Minns put people first in career as doctor, educator
“Medicine can be a challenging field,” Minns says. “You need to go into it for the right reasons and go into it because you really enjoy it.”
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Governor Laura Kelly announces Safer Classrooms Workgroup members
Dr. Jennifer Bacani McKenney, a practicing Family Physician and Wilson County health officer, and Dr. Stephanie Kuhlmann, Pediatric Hospitalist Division Director at the KU School of Medicine-Wichita and Pediatric Medical Director at Wesley Children’s Hospital, serve as the group’s co-chairs.
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Increase in Sedgwick County suicides has some speaking out for change
The University of Kansas School of Medicine in Wichita has been collecting Sedgwick County suicide data for 20 years.
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Kansas LGBTQ leadership conference hopes to invoke resiliency in student body
One speaker, Tori Gleason, is a K-State alumna. According to Gleason’s LinkedIn page, she is a student at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita and a future researcher on health outcomes in trans and non-binary populations.
www.kstatecollegian.com

Sedgwick County saw its highest rate of deaths by suicide in 2020
“In the 20 years we’ve been collecting this data, Sedgwick County rates have been consistently higher than national rates,” Dr. Nicole Klaus, assistant professor at KU School of Medicine-Wichita, said. “We can see that our rates are rising more quickly than national rates.”
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Celebrating 50 years! The University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita
The mission at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita has remained much the same after 50 years: focusing primarily on educating future physicians to meet health care needs, and establishing community partnerships to improve the health of all Kansans.
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Dr. Roxanne Stiles joins Clara Barton team
Dr. Stiles completed her general surgery residency in 2021 at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita.
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Clinic welcomes new doctor
During the recent National Conference of Family Medicine Residents and Medical Students, the AAFP honored Rick Kellerman, M.D., with the Joyce Jeardeau Memorial Award, which recognizes faculty or staff support of a family medicine interest group.
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Veteran mentor finding new ways to help students
During the recent National Conference of Family Medicine Residents and Medical Students, the AAFP honored Rick Kellerman, M.D., with the Joyce Jeardeau Memorial Award, which recognizes faculty or staff support of a family medicine interest group.
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Meet the WBJ's 2021 Health Care Heroes
One person, University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita dean Garold Minns, is being a recognized as a lifetime achievement honoree.
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40 Under 40: Tiffany Schwasinger-Schmidt, KU School of Medicine-Wichita
"At the Center for Clinical Research at KU Wichita, we are changing the practice of medicine by advancing care and bringing cutting edge research to Kansans."
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Wichita will use federal grant to help vulnerable communities in dealing with Covid-19
The city will be working with the Wichita Black Alliance, Sedgwick County, the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita, HealthCore Clinic, Hunter Health, GraceMed and other agencies.
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KU School of Medicine Wichita bringing health clinic to local school district
KU School of Medicine-Wichita School Clinics is a new program that could be coming to other schools.
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Sedgwick County gets medical advice as Covid-19 cases rise
Dr. Garold Minns agreed that vaccination is the best way to stop the spread of COVID-19. He’s the county health officer and dean of the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita.
www.kmuw.org

‘Task Trainers’ creating medical community collaboration in Wichita, improving residents' skills
A new collaboration between the University of Kansas School of Medicine Surgical Residency and University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita Family Medicine Residency Program at Ascension Via Christi is for both simple and complex suturing practice and biopsy training.
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‘Not expected, but not surprising:’ Amid pandemic, many family physicians lonely
“Loneliness has been deemed as a public health issue,” Samuel Ofei-Dodoo, Ph.D., MPA, MA, CPH, an assistant professor and director of residency research in the department of family and community medicine at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita.
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CDC revises mask guidance to address rapidly spreading Delta variant across U.S. and Kansas
Tiffany Schwasinger-Schmidt, M.D., Ph.D. at KU School of Medicine-Wichita, said the vaccine serves as the primary form of defense.
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Pandemic takes a toll on physician mental health
“This is very serious,” said lead author Samuel Ofei-Dodoo, Ph.D., MPH, CPH, an assistant professor and researcher at University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita in the Department of Family & Community Medicine.
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Child mental health crisis: Mental health professionals with KU School of Medicine-Wichita push to educate more in the medical field
Dr. Rachel Brown, chair of the Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences for KU School of Medicine-Wichita, said there are only about six child psychiatrists in the Wichita area.
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A coat of paint paves the way for a white coat
Eight first-year University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita students put a coat of paint on a home in the Rock the Block neighborhood Wednesday afternoon.
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3 keys to help resident physicians to get the exercise they need
Samuel Ofei-Dodoo, PhD, MPA, MA, CPH—one of the faculty members behind the program and co-author of a study published in the Kansas Journal of Medicine—offered insight on the barriers to resident exercise and how programs and physicians can work to overcome them.
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KU med students use virtual reality to better understand patients with brain conditions
For the first time, some KU Med students are getting a glimpse into what their future patients may be going through and experiencing thanks to virtual reality headsets.
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Drew Miller selected as 2021 Kansas Family Physician of the Year
Dr. Miller did his residency at Via Christi Hospital in Wichita from 2007-2010 before starting at Kearny County Hospital in Lakin in October 2010.
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Wichita's medical school marks 50th year
In addition to benefiting the Wichita area, one of KU School of Medicine-Wichita's main focuses has been turning out physicians for rural Kansas, with several programs and financial incentives developed for that purpose.
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New family practice coming to Andover hopes to change the health-care status quo
Drs. Ryan Woodruff and Derek Surdez, 2018 graduates of the KU School of Medicine-Wichita, plan to open Agape Direct Primary Care in October.
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Pink is the signature color at a new OB/GYN clinic in College Hill
In addition to being board-certified, Hershberger said he is fellow of the American College of OG/GYNs and an assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Kansas School of Medicine - Wichita.
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Here are the top concerns Sedgwick County residents have about the COVID-19 vaccine
Dr. Elizabeth Ablah, with the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita, told the Sedgwick County Commission during a presentation Wednesday that county officials have already started to act on survey results that were shared with them last week.
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Markham inducted into AHS Softball Hall of Fame
She completed a residency in obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Kansas School of Medicine in Wichita and is currently working as a general OB/GYN in Omaha at Methodist Physicians Clinic.
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Survey finds high COVID-19 vaccination rates in south central Kansas
Dr. Elizabeth Ablah with KU School of Medicine-Wichita said over 3,300 people responded to the survey in the seven-county region, with over 2,600 responses in Sedgwick County.
KFDI.com

2021 Innovation Awards: KU School of Medicine-Wichita
KU School of Medicine-Wichita routinely demonstrates innovation in education and health care, and with the extra challenges of Covid-19, it easily stepped up its game.
Wichita Business Journal

That's the ticket: Wichita Open prepares for professional golf in a post-Covid world
Roy Turner says he's never seen the anticipation higher for this year's Wichita Open, which benefits KU Wichita Pediatrics.
Wichita Business Journal

The rise of the ticks: Local experts share tips and advice on how to protect yourself
“I think there is better reporting. I think there’s more awareness of certain illnesses,” said Dr. Robert Wittler, director of Infectious Disease Division with KU School of Medicine Wichita.
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The secret trick to slashing your heart attack risk, say doctors
"Until now, little has been known about cardiovascular events relative to e-cigarette use," says Mohinder Vindhyal, M.D., assistant professor at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita and the lead author of the study, adding that the data should be "a real wake-up call" about the dangers of vaping and e-cigarettes.
Eatthis.com

Resistance among Kansans to COVID-19 vaccines is fading, except where it isn't
Gretchen Homan, M.D., assistant professor at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita, said that the best route to addressing a patients’ worries about the vaccine is often the most simple and direct one.
Resistance among Kansans to COVID-19 vaccines is fading, except where it isn't

VR allowing medical students to see and learn through patients’ eyes
Through immersive virtual reality, some KU School of Medicine-Wichita students are being taught what happens to people with different conditions and the care it requires.
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KU School of Medicine-Wichita teaches empathy with virtual reality
Through these immersive experiences, students can get a glimpse into what it’s like to have Alzheimer's, dementia or Parkinson's disease.
KU School of Medicine-Wichita teaches empathy with virtual reality

What a survey revealed about Wichita attitudes toward a city-wide plastic bag ban
The survey was conducted to help task force members gauge citizen interest in measures that would reduce or ban plastic bag use and was developed by researchers at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita.
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United Way of the Plains names community impact manager
Valerie White joins United Way from KU Endowment at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita, where she was a development administrator.
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New tool shows how many people are vaccinated in your zip code
“It just depends on where people work and where people are traveling,” said Dr. Tiffany Schwasinger-Schmidt, KU School of Medicine-Wichita assistant professor of Internal Medicine and director of the Center for Clinical Research.
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Randall: First Friday exhibitions and Hutchinson's annual art fair
"Routines" by artist Mara Howes will include mixed media art pieces. The exhibit will be on display in the William J. Reals Gallery of Art-East at the KU School of Medicine-Wichita, 1010 N. Kansas St. in Wichita.
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Sedgwick County prepared to begin vaccinating 12-15-year-olds
With the FDA expected to make that official next week, Wichita pediatrician Dr. Paul Teran, M.D. with KU School of Medicine-Wichita and Wesley Children’s Hospital, said he and other pediatricians have been watching this effort closely.
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Finding solutions while managing problems
Dr. Sheldon Preskorn is a professor in the Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita.
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Three Hiawatha grads match into residency, will graduate medical school in May
Paul Stueve matched into Internal Medicine at Eisenhower Army Medical Center at Fort Gordon in Augusta, GA. Valerie Binns matched into General Surgery at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita in Wichita and Brynn Wright matched into Family Medicine at Via Christi Family Medicine Residency in Wichita.
Three Hiawatha grads match into residency, will graduate medical school in May

Doctors point to low post-shot case number in support of COVID-19 vaccines
KU School of Medicine-Wichita Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine/Center for Clinical Research Director Dr. Tiffany Schwasinger-Schmidt, M.D., Ph.D said the few cases of people getting sick is a sign of how effective the vaccine actually is.
Doctors point to low post-shot case number in support of COVID-19 vaccines

Doctors explain cause of J&J vaccine pause, tout overall safety
KU School of Medicine-Wichita Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine/Center for Clinical Research Director Dr. Tiffany Schwasinger-Schmidt, M.D., Ph.D. put the number of cases causing the concern into perspective.
Doctors explain cause of J&J vaccine pause, tout overall safety

Honoring Excellence: Q and A with Dawn Fountain
2021 Debra L. Dooley GME Program Coordinator Excellence Awardee Dawn Fountain works in the general surgery residency program at the University of Kansas (KU) School of Medicine in Wichita.
Honoring Excellence: Q and A with Dawn Fountain

Ten minutes with ... Stephen Grindel, Medical Society of Sedgwick County
More than 30 years as a family medicine practitioner, with a side job as an assistant clinical professor at the University of Kansas School of Medicine, have immersed Stephen Grindel in Wichita's medical scene.
Ten minutes with ... Stephen Grindel, Medical Society of Sedgwick County

General Surgeon Peter A. Innes, M.D., F.A.C.S., joins Northwest Health
Dr. Innes earned his medical degree from Oregon Health Sciences University in Portland, Ore. He then completed his surgical residency at University of Kansas School of Medicine at Wichita, Kan.
General Surgeon Peter A. Innes, M.D., F.A.C.S., joins Northwest Health

There’s a major new tenant — and a familiar one — for Wesley Medical Plaza
Ammar said that’s in part because of the breadth of surgical procedures it performs but also because it is an integral part of KU School of Medicine-Wichita and its residency program.
There’s a major new tenant — and a familiar one — for Wesley Medical Plaza

Appointments still open as vaccine eligibility expands to every Kansan 16 and older
“Each family or situation can be very different, so the first thing is to ask them, what are their concerns,” said Immunize Kansas Coalition board member and KU School of Medicine Wichita pediatrician Dr. Gretchen Homan.
Appointments still open as vaccine eligibility expands to every Kansan 16 and older

Kansas woman’s obituary claims she died from reaction to COVID-19 vaccine
“When you pull up those 22 results, that doesn’t mean 22 people are dying from the vaccine, but unfortunately, that a death occurred in close proximity to getting the vaccine, and that needs to be reported and investigated to see if it’s due to the vaccine or something else that happened to them,” said Dr. Tiffany Schwasinger-Schmidt with KU School of Medicine in Wichita.
Kansas woman’s obituary claims she died from reaction to COVID-19 vaccine

Excellence in Health Care: Pediatric Care
The Wichita Business Journal honors three faculty members in KU School of Medicine-Wichita Department of Pediatrics for Excellence in Health Care: Pediatrics.
Excellence in Health Care: Pediatric Care

KU School of Medicine to receive COVID-19 vaccine doses
KU Wichita Medical Practice Association Executive Director Aaron Ryan said becoming a provider allows the medical school’s patients to get the vaccine at a place where they usually go for regular care.
KU School of Medicine to receive COVID-19 vaccine doses

Beard named Ascension Via Christi's new chief medical officer
Beard is a former Air Force major and served at McConnell Air Force Base and an associate professor at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita.
Beard named Ascension Via Christi's new chief medical officer

Wichita Open returns to Crestview Country Club week of June 10-20th
“We are thrilled to announce KU Wichita Pediatrics as the benefiting partner for the Wichita Open,” said Korn Ferry Tour President Alex Baldwin.
Wichita Open returns to Crestview Country Club week of June 10-20th

Wichita's pro golf tournament adds major sponsor to 2021 roster
The tournament will now benefit the University of Kansas School of Medicine's Pediatrics Department and will be known as the Wichita Open benefitting KU Wichita Pediatrics.
Wichita's pro golf tournament adds major sponsor to 2021 roster

Minns says Texas jumped too soon, vows to keep politics out of mask mandate decision
“Even if the order expires for everything else, I would be reluctant to lift the order on social distancing, mask wearing and all that,” said Garold Minns, M.D., county health officer and dean of the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita. “It’s way too soon to give up on that, and that’s not just my opinion.”
Minns says Texas jumped too soon, vows to keep politics out of mask mandate decision

Positively Kansas Episode 807
Kansans join the fight to end the pandemic. See how they’re rolling up their sleeves to help stop Covid-19 dead in its tracks.
Positively Kansas Episode 807

After weather delay, Sedgwick County plans to boost COVID-19 shots for school workers
According to a survey by the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita, 65% of Sedgwick County residents plan to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
After weather delay, Sedgwick County plans to boost COVID-19 shots for school workers

Meet Julie Galliart
While working at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita three years ago, Julie Galliart knew she’d reached a turning point in her career.
Meet Julie Galliart

Two-thirds of us want the COVID-19 vaccine, not enough for herd immunity, survey says
Sixteen percent reported they don’t want the vaccine, and 19% are on the fence, said Elizabeth Ablah, Ph.D., MPH, a professor and researcher at KU School of Medicine-Wichita who led the survey.
Two-thirds of us want the COVID-19 vaccine, not enough for herd immunity, survey says

Survey: 65% of Sedgwick County residents want vaccine, commissioner says that’s not enough
Roughly two out of every three people in Sedgwick County want to get the COVID-19 vaccine, according to a recent KU School of Medicine-Wichita survey.
Survey: 65% of Sedgwick County residents want vaccine, commissioner says that’s not enough

Easing concerns about the COVID-19 vaccine requires information, honesty | Editorial
Dr. Elizabeth Ablah, an expert on population health at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita, told Sedgwick County Commissioners on Wednesday that survey respondents’ concerns about the vaccine are “very much based off of misinformation.”
Easing concerns about the COVID-19 vaccine requires information, honesty | Editorial

Sedgwick County planning for more pandemic relief
At Wednesday's meeting, the Sedgwick County Commission will look at Covid-19 community survey results from Elizabeth Ablah at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita.
Sedgwick County planning for more pandemic relief

Coronavirus: Free webinar to focus on burnout
The panel for the webinar includes Rachna Kalia, M.D., assistant professor of psychiatry at KU School of Medicine-Wichita.
Coronavirus: Free webinar to focus on burnout

AstraZeneca vaccine shows promise in slowing spread of COVID-19
KU School of Medicine-Wichita’s Clinical Researcher, Dr. Tiffany Schwasinger-Schmidt said this is a big step toward combating the spread of COVID-19.
AstraZeneca vaccine shows promise in slowing spread of COVID-19

In photos, Wichita doctor documents those on the pandemic's front lines
Daniel Dejong, M.D., a self-taught hobbyist photographer, attended medical school at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita.
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More states reporting new COVID strain, local doctor weighs in
“The faster we can decrease transmission of the virus, the less likely you’re going to get a variant that comes up that could be more infectious and more serious," said Dr. Wittler.
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Doctors share advice for safely visiting grandparents after COVID-19 vaccine
“I know that we’re all missing our grandparents. I know I miss mine,” Dr. Schwasinger-Schmidt said. “But it’s important that we really focus on protecting people. So, when the vaccine becomes available for people over the age of 65, I encourage everyone to get it.”
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A 3-step approach to responsive feeding during infancy and beyond
Responsive feeding is a reciprocal process between a parent and an infant where infants communicate their hunger and fullness cues, and parents respond to these cues.
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Early data shows vaccine is effective against new strain of COVID-19
“What we’ve seen so far is that people that have received the vaccine haven’t had any trouble with it,” said Dr. Tiffany Schwasinger-Schmidt, KU School of Medicine-Wichita professor and director for the Center of Clinical Research. “So it’s still protecting against this new variant that we are seeing.”
www.ksn.com

Helping Hand recipient delays launch of ADHD summer program due to pandemic
The start of a treatment program and summer camp for kids with ADHD was delayed due to the pandemic, but the psychologist planning it says the $1,200 Helping Hand it received will still be put to good use.
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New beginnings, new promises
Sheldon H. Preskorn, M.D., a long-time contributor to the Psychiatric Times, is now the psychopharmacology section editor.
www.psychiatrictimes.com

'I felt this was my opportunity to give back'
Dr. Tracie Collins served for years as chairwoman of Preventive Medicine and Public Health at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita, where she was also a professor of internal medicine.
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