The fellowship includes a number of outreach activities in addition to the already demanding PA training curriculum.
DFPM's PA program was highlighted by PAEA as part of their 50th Anniversary Celebration.
The article discusses barriers underrepresented applicants might face in matriculating into PA programs in the United States.
The group of faculty and students will visit the Utah program in September 2022.
A new publication by OEH faculty Emily Ahonen describes the role of power in worker health and life quality.
The press release from the Alzheimer's Association highlights work of public health assistant professor Karen Schliep, PhD, MSPH.
The renewal means the vital services offered by AHEC will continue through 2027.
The money will go toward understanding and addressing malnourishment among older persons in Utah.
The program provides students and student advisors from HBCUs the opportunity to study with department faculty researchers.
A report on our learning abroad program recently returned from studies and service in Ghana, Africa.
The UPAP Graduation Ceremony celebrates 27 months of hard work and study.
The program helps teach residents how to approach advocating lifestyle changes to their patients.
The screenings are part of a government program and provide an important health service for people of refugee backgrounds and their communities.
The ceremony marks the transition between learning in the classroom and clinical care learning.
Dr. Gren began her tenure as the new Vice-Chair of Education on July 1, 2022.
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