- Five Stucky family members address rural doctor shortage through family medicine residency program
Dec 16, 2020 -- Four Kansas brothers, along with one of their spouses, are putting the "family" in family practice medicine.
- T-shirts unite school nurses, promote hand-washing
Dec 16, 2020 -- With support from the Kansas Pediatric Foundation, KU Wichita Pediatrics bought and is distributing the T-shirts, along with hand-washing resources and other supplies, including soap, at KU Wichita Pediatrics clinics.
- Simulator trains residents to navigate scopes, digestive system
Nov 18, 2020 -- Two residency programs sponsored by KU School of Medicine-Wichita recently pooled resources to invest in a simulator, the GI Mentor, to improve training for gastrointestinal procedures.
- Retired physicians take on coaching roles to aid medical students
Nov 18, 2020 -- When the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita needed to find coaches for its medical students, it drafted some retired physicians living in the Wichita area.
- Clinical trial of COVID-19 vaccine resumes at KU Wichita Center for Clinical Research
Nov 05, 2020 -- The vaccine will be available regionally at multiple sites in partnership with KU Wichita Center for Clinical Research.
- KU School of Medicine-Wichita grad gives back to school that prepared him for success
Oct 28, 2020 -- Tulsa dermatologist Don Seidel, M.D., and his wife, Brenda, feel fortunate to have reached the point in life where they can look back — and give back — to schools and people who have made a difference in their lives.
- KU School of Medicine-Wichita receives $200K grant for substance abuse education
Aug 26, 2020 -- With a recent $200,000 federal grant, the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita has started offering substance abuse education as part of its training for the school’s medical students and residents, as well as area practicing physicians.
- Telehealth passes ‘stress test’ for psychiatry clinic
Aug 19, 2020 -- When it came to figuring out a way to treat psychiatric patients safely during the coronavirus pandemic, there wasn’t a whole lot of time to spare for the KU Wichita Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences clinics.
- Residency training and suicide risk assessment in the COVID-19 era
Aug 19, 2020 -- Starting in March of 2020, emergency departments in the Wichita area went from busy to almost empty.
- Employee spotlight: Robert Wittler, M.D., pediatric infectious disease specialist
Jul 22, 2020 -- Robert Wittler, M.D., has been a pediatric infectious disease specialist at KU School of Medicine-Wichita for 25 years.
Last modified: Dec 16, 2020