- Can you find the 13 colorful Keeper statues that have just moved into Wichita parks?
Sep 11, 2020 -- The old-school ones can be found in places like the lobby of Hotel at Old Town, outside the Credit Union of America in Delano, at the KU School of Medicine-Wichita, and in front of USD 259’s Alvin Morris Administrative Center.
- Sedgwick County ditches Gov. Kelly order requiring masks in schools to fight COVID
Sep 09, 2020 -- County Health Office Garold Minns, also the dean of the University of Kansas School of Medicine in Wichita, cautioned that plastic shields are less effective at limiting COVID-19 spread than breathe-through masks covering the nose and mouth.
- Calling all photographers: Enter Rural Kansas Photo Contest sponsored by Rural Health Education and Services, The University of Kansas Medical Center
Sep 03, 2020 -- The beauty of Kansas and the people who make it special are showcased in a special photo contest sponsored by Rural Health Education and Services at the University of Kansas Medical Center.
- Rural Kansas Photography Contest seeking entries
Sep 03, 2020 -- “Dean (Garold) Minns at the School of Medicine in Wichita is a big fan of the contest,” Yuza said. “He has several contest prints in his office.”
- Derby doctor sets exemplary model for med students
Sep 03, 2020 -- Practicing as a family physician for 30 years now, Derby’s Dr. Edward Lind II has sought to provide the best treatment possible for his patients, while providing valuable experience for the Wichita-based students of the University of Kansas School of Medicine at the same time as a preceptor (teacher).
- More minority participants needed for COVID-19 vaccine trials
Sep 03, 2020 -- “Unfortunately, minority populations especially the Latino community, as well as the African American community are being disproportionately affected by this virus,” said Dr. Tiffany Schwasinger-Schmidt, the director of the Center for Clinical Research at KU School of Medicine-Wichita.
- Local doctors weigh in on BOE’s decision to move forward with fall activities
Sep 02, 2020 -- “We do know that COVID-19 created a worldwide pandemic because of how easily it’s spread, especially in communities like ours,” said Dr. Paul Teran with KU Wichita Pediatrics at Wesley Medical Center.
- Doctors: Flu shots ‘crucial’ during COVID-19 pandemic
Aug 28, 2020 -- “Every year during the influenza season, the hospital gets pretty full and takes up ICU beds. If you have COVID on top, that’s when you potentially overwhelm hospital resources,” said Robert Wittler, M.D., director of the Infectious Disease Division in the Department of Pediatrics at KU School of Medicine-Wichita.
- KU School of Medicine-Wichita talks safety of COVID-19 vaccine
Aug 26, 2020 -- Progress is being made on the COVID-19 vaccine, but many Americans are hesitant to get one. How can people be sure it’s safe? Eyewitness News asked the KU School of Medicine-Wichita.
- COVID taking its toll on America’s mental health
Aug 24, 2020 -- “We are beginning to see significantly more anxiety and depression in the community as the added stress, fear and isolation that comes with the pandemic impacts them,” said Rachel Brown, MBBS, professor and chair of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita.
Last modified: Aug 25, 2018