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It’s a Match

Fourth-year medical students at the College of Community Health Sciences learned March 16 through the National Resident Matching Program where they will spend the next stage of their graduate medical education. The 26 students were among the thousands across the country who entered into the Main Residency Match and received residency placements. The students, who […]

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Health Care Town Hall

Dr. Richard Streiffer, dean of the College of Community Health Sciences, recently participated in a panel discussion filmed for UA-Public Television’s “Future of Health Care” segment that will air later this year. Other panelists included Dr. Debra Whisenant, assistant professor in the UA Capstone College of Nursing, and Dr. William Curry, associate dean for Primary […]

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On Rounds Archive

2016 Fall Winter 2015 Spring 2014 Spring Fall 2013 Fall 2012 Fall – 40th Commemorative 2011 Spring-Summer Fall 2010 Winter/Spring Fall 2009 Volume 17 Number 7 2008 Volume 16 Number 6 2007 Volume 16 Number 4 Volume 16 Number 5 2006 Volume 15 Number 3 2005 Volume 15 Number 2 2004 Volume 14 Number 1 […]

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UMC dietitian elected to national academy position

Suzanne Henson, RD, MS, a registered dietitian at University Medical Center, was elected Alabama’s delegate to the National Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. She will serve a three-year term. The academy is the world’s largest organization of food and nutritional professionals. Its membership includes more than 100,000 credentialed practitioners, including registered dietitian nutritionists, dietetic technicians, […]

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Flu season more active than usual

The current flu season has been unusually active, with approximately 6.4 percent of doctor visits in 2018 alone for flu or for flu-like illnesses, said Wyndy Looney, director of Nursing at University Medical Center. She said so far this year, flu activity is higher than peak flu activity observed during many previous flu seasons. Looney […]

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University Medical Center to host fourth annual Brussels Sprout Challenge at Heart Walk

University Medical Center, which is operated by UA’s College of Community Health Sciences, will host its fourth annual Brussels Sprout Challenge during the American Heart Association West Alabama Heart Walk on March 3. Partnering again with Manna Grocery and Deli in Tuscaloosa, which roasts and donates the Brussels sprouts served at the walk, University Medical […]

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Lead author of new blood pressure guidelines to speak at CCHS endowed lecture

Dr. Paul Whelton, lead author of the new clinical guidelines for blood pressure management, will provide the David and Natica Bahar Memorial Lecture March 8 for the College of Community Health Sciences. As chair of the American Heart Association/American College of Cardiology Hypertension Guidelines Committee, Whelton led the team that redefined high blood pressure for […]

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Orientation for Health Profession Academy held at CCHS

West Central Alabama AHEC hosted an orientation session at the College of Community Health Sciences Feb. 24 for its Health Profession Academy, a program that works to recruit rural students into health care education programs in the state and help them return to their home communities, or similar communities, to practice. About two dozen students […]

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The Dr. Benjamin Collins Maxwell Endowed Scholarship

The Dr. Benjamin Collins Maxwell Endowed Scholarship The Dr. Benjamin Collins Maxwell Endowed Scholarship was established by Dr. David H. and Mrs. Regina A. Maxwell in 2015 to support medical students at the University of Alabama School of Medicine – Tuscaloosa Regional Campus UA College of Community Community Health Sciences who plan to practice rural […]