The Nurse-Family Partnership at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center will host “Bridges out of Poverty, Strategies for Professionals and Communities,” Monday, August 20th from 8:30am to 4pm.
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The Aphasia Choir is organized by the Texas Tech Health Science Center’s School of Allied Health Sciences’ Stroke/Aphasia program. Studies have shown that music, melody, and rhythm can help those with aphasia or other language disorders.
Robin Satterwhite, Ed.D., is now serving as the University’s new School of Allied Health Sciences dean.
Healthy Lubbock and the City of Lubbock have also placed signage along the paved sidewalks at the softball fields, guiding individuals along a ¾-mile walking trail at the fields.
$61 million was awarded to Texas health centers through the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare today.
The projects will cover a range of health issues important to women, or those that address the role of gender in health outcomes.
Dr. John Wasnick has been with the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center for two years, and leads the school’s anesthesia residency program while maintaining an active cardiac anesthesia practice.
The Dean’s Distinguished Awards are to honor outstanding and dedicated support and service to the School of Medicine from community physicians.
“STD rates among senior citizens have tripled and seniors are now one of the fastest growing segments of the population contracting STDs, including HIV,” said Linda Brice, Ph.D., R.N.
Michael L. Evans last served as a professor, dean, and CEO of the Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College in St Louis since 2006. He is a Texas Tech alumnus.