At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, many felt that the early lockdowns would be sufficient to flatten the curve of new infections and return society to pre-pandemic normalcy. As...
“Education and health have always been fascinating to me. Growing up, I always thought I would become a doctor, but as I got older, my uncle introduced me to public...
Sleep Health, the official Journal of the National Sleep Foundation, is a multidisciplinary journal that looks at the role of sleep in health and healthcare. Despite being a relatively new...
PHILADELPHIA – Younger B-cell non-Hodgkin lymphoma (B-NHL) survivors had a higher relative risk of developing age-related diseases than older B-NHL survivors five years or more after cancer diagnosis, according to...
October is LGBT History Month, and DFPM has ample opportunity to celebrate our long commitment to equality and health support to the LGBTQI+ communities in Utah. One of the most...
At the Center, University clinicians will learn the "Circle of Care" approach to healthcare promoted by the Goshute Tribe.
The journal is the premier journal for the growing field of sleep health research and clinical practice.
Lopez was highlighted for her service to the community and the University, as well as her personal integrity and leadership.
The documentary is available for streaming on Prime Video and iTunes.
The overview of campus research on COVID-19 summarizes the work of Public Health faculty Charles Rogers and Fares Qeadan.
The award reflects an institutional commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion.
Featuring OEH faculty Rachael Jones.
This year, the Hughes Memorial was awarded to OEH adjunct professor D. Jeff Burton.
An interview of Public Health professor Kimberley Shoaf.
Featuring OEH faculty Sarang K. Yoon and Matthew S. Thiese.
In this program update, Dr. Spackman reflects on the importance of connectivity as a new academic year begins.
Dr. Rogers' work has been a credit to both the department and his alma mater.
The grant provides funding for certificate and academic training in four different locations.
New students were given the opportunity to meet faculty, staff, and alumni of the program.
Dr. Jones will receive training in how higher-education systems can best respond to issues of diversity and inclusion.
Rogers was recognized for the good done by his leadership of the Colorectal Cancer Equity Foundation.
The journal receives submissions from physician assistant programs and their analogues from across the world.
The Masters of Education program trains those with a clinical degree in educational theory and practice.
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