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New patient safety leader committed to reducing medical harm

Dr. Thomas Diller hired to lead Institute for Patient Safety.


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Keeping Cowtown runners safe

By Alex Branch   The UNT Health Science Center medical team at the Cowtown Marathon will use a new digital tool to keep runners healthy and safe this weekend. Volunteers will use RaceSafe, an app that streamlines information sharing between runners and medical volunteers, when more than 26,000 people race, said Darrin D’Agostino, DO, Cowtown Medical Director and UNT Health Science...Read more

Feb 24, 2017

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Bone-marrow donation to save a life

By Cari Hyden   Saving lives is what health professionals do. Sometimes, an IT guy gets a crack at it, too. In donating bone marrow to a leukemia patient, Michael Hollis, Senior Systems Analyst, may have saved that patient’s life. It all started last June when Hollis visited the UNTHSC Wellness Solutions Fair. Passing the Be the Match bone-marrow table, he saw team members usin...Read more

Feb 21, 2017

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Public Health graduate finds international calling

By Sally Crocker   Etienne Jaime (MPH ’16) found a path to helping underserved Nicaraguan communities through last year’s American Public Health Association (APHA) conference. The School of Public Health graduate networked with presenters and connected with staff from AMOS Health and Hope, a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the health of communities suffering from p...Read more

Feb 20, 2017

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Transitional Care Conference to seek ways to address families’ needs

By Jan Jarvis   Soon after their daughter Kendall was born, Jocalyn and Justin Briggs were told their baby would not live past her third birthday. Now 8, Kendall is thriving with the help of an army of health care providers that includes physical, occupational and speech therapists. Her parents want to do everything possible to keep Kendall that way. But in the future looms a fear th...Read more

Feb 15, 2017