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Calling all creative creatures — it’s holiday decorating time

Thursday, November 29, 2012

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Calling all creative creatures — it’s holiday decorating time

The Everett Atrium is getting a new holiday display, and you’re invited to help decorate it.

Helicopter fly-in will show UNTHSC students emergency medicine in action

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

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Helicopter fly-in will show UNTHSC students emergency medicine in action

Collaboration will be in the air on Nov. 28 when a medevac helicopter lands on the MET lawn. Aboard will be a full crew – emergency medical technician, nurse and physician, ready to show UNT Health Science Center students how they work.

UNTHSC’s DNA identification work resolves search for missing loved ones

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

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UNTHSC’s DNA identification work resolves search for missing loved ones

When a loved one is missing, the holidays lose their shine, and hearts ache from not knowing the missing person’s fate. The UNT Health Science Center continues to help law enforcement agencies across the U.S. identify the missing and give families the resolution that has eluded them for decades.

School of Public Health debuts accelerated online courses

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

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School of Public Health debuts accelerated online courses

You can be anywhere in the world and never miss class. UNTHSC’s School of Public Health is the first in Texas to offer an accelerated online Master of Public Health Professional Option. You can complete a course in eight weeks instead of the usual 16.

UNTHSC leader speaks out on impact of reform on women’s health care

Friday, November 16, 2012

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UNTHSC leader speaks out on impact of reform on women’s health care

Ralph Anderson, MD, Professor and Chairman of Ob/Gyn in the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine, says the Affordable Care Act provides vitally important advances for the health of women and their families.

Wow! PA students collect more than 400 books for children

Friday, November 16, 2012

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Wow! PA students collect more than 400 books for children

UNTHSC student representatives for the Texas Academy of Physician Assistants (TAPA) and their classmates hosted a book drive during Physician Assistants Week, held October 6-12, for a program called “Reach Out and Read.”

System School of Pharmacy video debuts, two honored, at annual gala

Monday, November 12, 2012

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System School of Pharmacy video debuts, two honored, at annual gala

The UNT Health Science Center celebrated our new UNT System College of Pharmacy at its annual gala at the Renaissance Worthington Hotel in Fort Worth on Nov.10, where this video on the program also debuted.

Women’s health symposium to offer new perspectives on trends and controversies

Friday, November 9, 2012

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Women’s health symposium to offer new perspectives on trends and controversies

Wellness, adolescent sexual health, gestational diabetes, premature birth prevention — these topics and more are all on deck starting Thursday, Nov. 15, at the three-day 24th annual Pelham P. Staples Jr., MD, Educational Symposium, located at the Sheraton Arlington Hotel (near the ballpark).

UNTHSC to celebrate rural health care Nov. 15

Thursday, November 8, 2012

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UNTHSC to celebrate rural health care Nov. 15

Finding health care in rural Texas can be like trying to find an Android in an Apple Store. Ten years ago Texas had more than 600 hospitals; now it has just more than 300, with rural areas taking the hardest hits.

UNTHSC plays a role in solving 37-year-old cold case

Friday, November 2, 2012

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UNTHSC plays a role in solving 37-year-old cold case

In 1975, Priscilla Ann Blevins disappeared from her Charlotte, N.C., home. Authorities launched a search for the 27-year-old English teacher, but the trail went cold almost immediately.

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