Find out the latest news at KU School of Medicine-Wichita.
- Project Access goes over the edge to celebrate its 20th anniversary
Jul 08, 2019 -- Local dignitaries will rappel down the 14-story Amabassador Hotel to aid the uninsured in Sedgwick County.
- Fireworks health and safety tips
Jul 02, 2019 -- While fireworks are popular during the Fourth of July, it's important to keep safety in mind. Gretchen Irwin, M.D., shares some helpful tips.
- Walk this way: Wichita AIDS Walk celebrates 25th anniversary
Jul 01, 2019 -- It's the 25th anniversary of the Wichita AIDS Walk, and in commemoration, this year's event will be an all-day festival and market.
- KUSM-W faculty to be honored as Health Care Heroes
Jun 14, 2019 -- Congratulations to the KU School of Medicine-Wichita faculty who received Health Care Hero awards from the Wichita Business Journal.
- Volunteers needed to help paint crosswalks in Wichita
May 28, 2019 -- Master of Public Health students at KU School of Medicine-Wichita spearhead effort that will aid pedestrians.
- Free Skin Cancer Screening Clinic serves more than 300 people
May 06, 2019 -- The free clinic was provided by Wichita-area dermatologists and sponsored by KU School of Medicine-Wichita, the Medical Society of Sedgwick County and the American Academy of Dermatology.
- New mosaic at KU School of Medicine-Wichita communicates message of serving Kansas
Apr 19, 2019 -- "Learn - Care - Heal" is a custom glass mosaic tile mural installation at KU School of Medicine-Wichita. Handmade in a classic design by mosaic artist Tina Murano, it communicates the message of serving Kansas.
- Park Elementary students explore KUSM-W Simulation Center
Apr 18, 2019 -- KU School of Medicine-Wichita partners with Park Elementary School – a partnership now in its 21st year – and welcomes the students for a variety of activities during the year, but this week was the first time the fifth-graders had stepped inside the Simulation Center.
- E-cigarette use associated with risk of cardiovascular events, study finds
Mar 18, 2019 -- The data is "a real wake-up call and should prompt more action and awareness about the dangers of e-cigarettes,” said Mohinder Vindhyal, M.D., M.Ed., assistant professor at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita and the study’s lead author.
- Success of JayDoc Community Clinic celebrated at awards banuqet
Mar 11, 2019 -- Thanks to sponsors and attendees, approximately $22,000 was raised at the Feb. 23 event, reaching this year’s goal and surpassing last year’s total by about $5,000. These funds will help the clinic continue its care and enhance the health services it provides.
Last modified: Sep 20, 2018