Find out the latest news at KU School of Medicine-Wichita.
- Women in medicine inspire Girl Scouts during career-themed field day
Apr 26, 2021 -- Residents, students and faculty from KU School of Medicine-Wichita hosted a Women in Medicine station during Girl Scouts of Kansas Heartland's F(em)Powered Field Day event, inspiring girls to pursue a career in medicine.
- Empower youth on National Youth HIV & AIDS Awareness Day
Apr 07, 2021 -- Saturday, April 10, is National Youth HIV & AIDS Awareness Day. While many may not consider HIV and AIDS a problem for teens and young adults, statistics say otherwise
- KU School of Medicine-Wichita alumna named Rural Health Practitioner of the Year
Mar 10, 2021 -- Jennifer Bacani McKenney, M.D., is a family physician practicing in her hometown of Fredonia, Kansas.
- Supporters continue to show loyalty to KU School of Medicine-Wichita during One Day. One KU.
Feb 22, 2021 -- Thanks to our champions, more than $225,000 was raised for KU School of Medicine-Wichita on the fourth annual One Day. One KU. day of giving Thursday, Feb. 18.
- Advancing DEI at KU School of Medicine-Wichita
Feb 17, 2021 -- A survey was sent to gather feedback from KU School of Medicine-Wichita departments about work currently in progress by members of our campus community that is intended to help reduce health inequities or that could be described as a social justice initiative. To raise awareness about this important work, we have invited the people who are leading these initiatives to tell us about their projects through a series of virtual noon events. The series is called “Advancing DEI at KUSM-W.”
- Campus changes due to COVID-19
Dec 11, 2020 -- The health and well-being of our students, faculty, staff and the community are paramount.
- 'Doc for a Day' lets teens experience medical school
Dec 01, 2020 -- High school students practice CPR, suturing and more during annual Doc for a Day program at KU School of Medicine-Wichita.
- Residents' feedback needed for COVID-19 vaccine survey
Nov 19, 2020 -- South-central Kansas residents are being asked to take an online survey that will help counties in the region understand what factors influence a person’s decision on whether they will take a COVID-19 vaccine, once it’s available.
- Study: Pregnant women, mothers in Sedgwick County report increased stress during pandemic
Oct 28, 2020 -- A study of 114 pregnant women and mothers in Sedgwick County during the COVID-19 pandemic shows a majority of the women reported negative changes in mental health, such as increased stress, along with a decrease in employment and fiscal security.
- The Active Age honors Dr. Garold Minns, Dr. Donna Sweet
Oct 28, 2020 -- The Active Age has announced recipients of its 2020 Thrive Awards, and Garold Minns, M.D., and Donna Sweet, M.D., are among the honorees.
Last modified: Sep 09, 2019