Featured Stories Archive
- New child psychiatry fellowship program will help address shortage crisis of mental health providers
Jun 30, 2021 -- The statistics are staggering: About one in seven youths in the U.S. has a mental health condition and half of those kids go untreated, according to a 2019 article in JAMA Pediatrics.
- Dr. Sweet: 40 years later, HIV/AIDS treatment and detection are better, but infection rates still too high
Jun 30, 2021 -- Donna Sweet, M.D., a professor of internal medicine at KU School of Medicine-Wichita and director of the KU Wichita Internal Medicine Midtown Clinic and Ryan White programs, was one of the first doctors in Kansas to provide care to HIV and AIDS patients.
- Medical model maker mixes it up
Jun 30, 2021 -- Joe Crain is using a mix of high-tech savvy and improvisation to help launch the medical model fabrication effort at KU School of Medicine-Wichita.
- KU Wichita Pediatrics scores big with Wichita Open partnership
May 28, 2021 -- This year’s Korn Ferry PGA Tournament of the Year has put the KU School of Medicine-Wichita Department of Pediatrics in a top spot on its leaderboard of organizations that help children.
- New fund honors specialist while supporting Internal Medicine residents
May 28, 2021 -- For the doctors at Infectious Disease Consultants in Wichita, creating a fund to support the KU School of Medicine-Wichita Internal Medicine Residency Program was an easy decision, especially one bearing the name of their founder, Hewitt Goodpasture, M.D.
- The Wonder of it all: Middle school students visit Simulation Center at KU School of Medicine-Wichita
May 17, 2021 -- A group of middle school students received hands-on experience and more when visiting the Simulation Center at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita.
- Through virtual reality, medical students embody patient experiences
Apr 29, 2021 -- For about 10 minutes, KU School of Medicine-Wichita students in Tiffany Schwasinger-Schmidt’s third-year neurology clerkship class get to see what it’s like to have Alzheimer’s, dementia or Parkinson’s disease.
- Fund created to study, advance new proximal health concept
Apr 29, 2021 -- For more than 20 years, Paul N. Uhlig, M.D., associate professor in the KU School of Medicine-Wichita Department of Pediatrics, and a small group of colleagues from across the U.S. have been working to understand the conditions that allow exceptional health care to flourish among patients and providers.
- 4-Wichita endows two scholarships, ‘only the beginning’
Mar 24, 2021 -- “We’re really excited about these new scholarships,” Sue Watson, who recently became chair of 4-Wichita, said. “Given to incoming students, that’s one way we can grow our medical school by attracting the best, brightest and most diverse students.”
- KU-staffed clinic offers medical care where the patients are: school
Mar 24, 2021 -- A new clinic at Valley Center High School, organized by KU Wichita Pediatrics and the school district, is designed to take medical care right to students needing it.
- School of Medicine 'class of change' celebrates Match Day results
Mar 23, 2021 -- When Peyton Harjo was 5 years old, she told her parents she was going to be a doctor. And on March 19, 2021, she (and thousands of other students like her) found out where that aspiration will be realized.
- Surgicare of Wichita's donation aids Simulation Center, others across Wichita
Feb 24, 2021 -- “We felt like we won the medical supply lottery of sorts,” said Erin Doyle, program director for KU School of Medicine-Wichita Simulation Center. “Not only were there medical supplies, but equipment as well.”
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