- What businesses and residents need to know about Sedgwick County's stay-home order
Mar 25, 2020 -- County commissioners, acting as the Board of Health, approved the draft 3-2 on Monday and sent it to public health officer Garold Minns, M.D., who signed it.
- Sedgwick County health officer explains timing of his stay-home order
Mar 24, 2020 -- “I’d like people to know I’m trying to do the best for all of our citizens," said Garold Minns, M.D.
- Kansas Week
Mar 20, 2020 -- Garold Minns, M.D., dean of KU School of Medicine-Wichita, is interviewed on Kansas Week as the state and the world face the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
- Importance of social connections emphasized for children out of school
Mar 18, 2020 -- KWCH-TV interviewed Garold Minns, M.D., dean of KU School of Medicine-Wichita, about social distancing.
- It's your business for March 14, 2020
Mar 14, 2020 -- Amanda Loeffler, M.D., completed her general surgery residency at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita in 2014.
- Business people
Mar 07, 2020 -- Area participants in Kansas Chamber of Commerce’s 2020 Leadership Kansas class include Lori Bearley, Cheney, director of department finance and administration in Family & Community Medicine at KU School of Medicine-Wichita.
- What you don’t know about well water could hurt you
Mar 06, 2020 -- Elizabeth Ablah researches population health at the University of Kansas School of Medicine in Wichita. She and her colleague, Jack Brown, worked with state agencies, local public health officials and engineering and drilling firms to develop 18 recommendations for improving and protecting well water quality.
- Overcoming storm anxiety: A teen’s journey coping with Kansas’ severe weather
Mar 03, 2020 -- Lisa Teachman at KSN-TV talked to Nicole Klaus, Ph.D., ABPP, KU School of Medicine-Wichita faculty member and a licensed psychologist, about helping 16-year-old Emma face her fears.
- Friday Frontline: Cancer Updates, Research and Education on February 28, 2020
Feb 28, 2020 -- Caroline Breit, a third-year medical student at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita, decided to undergo genetic testing at the age of 22 to determine whether she carried the BRCA gene after her sister tested positive for it, and then finding out her father also carried the gene.
- Tennessee doctor rejects expert recommedations & detoxes addicts while pregnant
Feb 27, 2020 -- Having grown up in Downey, California, Dr. Craig Towers graduated in 1984 from the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita and began working as an obstetrician specializing in high-risk pregnancies.
Last modified: Aug 25, 2018