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The Only Woman in the RoomOct 04, 2018
-- At the time, they thought they were just making their way in a challenging field instead of making history. But looking back over challenges they faced – and with the wisdom of hindsight – many senior women physicians believe they have stories worth telling.
KU School of Medicine ranks among the nation’s leadersMay 01, 2018
-- The KU School of Medicine, which includes campuses in Kansas City, Salina and Wichita, fares among the nation's finest in the areas of primary care (95th percentile), producing doctors who are working in rural settings 10 to 15 years after graduation (96th percentile) and family medicine physicians (98th percentile) as determined by the American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC).
New Wichita center focuses on reducing infant mortalityJul 24, 2017
-- Drawing on lessons gained through work on safe sleep practices and other maternal and infant health issues, a new center based at KU School of Medicine-Wichita plans to take aim at another challenging, multifaceted health issue: infant mortality.
CLARION project lets students make a case for collaborationJun 07, 2017
-- Put a medical student, a social worker, a nurse and a speech pathologist to work on a problem and what do you get? A well-rounded solution that applies a range of skills to a medical issue complicated by a mixture of social and systemic factors.
Sep 20, 2018