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Survey says: Health care is priority in western KansasOct 01, 2019
-- By the time Tyson McGreer heard the preliminary results of a community health survey of Thomas County, wheels were spinning in his head. McGreer isn’t the only one who’s excited by data collected and put together under the direction of Judy Johnston, M.S., RD/LD, research instructor in the Department of Population Health at KU School of Medicine-Wichita.
The Sweet spot: Access to careOct 01, 2019
-- It was 30 years ago, during the worst part of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, when the Sweet Emergency Fund came into being.
LYFTE puts young parents on track for successOct 01, 2019
-- LYFTE, a new joint program of the Center for Research for Infant Birth and Survival at KU School of Medicine-Wichita and the Sedgwick County Health Department, provides support and training to young mothers, fathers and parents-to-be while also connecting them to existing community resources.
Sep 20, 2018