‘This Office was Occupied Today’ magnet

 

Good day, everyone. For those of you who returned to campus last week, from all of us in custodial, we hope you had a great week. It was good to see more friendly faces back on campus again. Some have asked, “Do we still need to use our magnets indicating, This Office Was Occupied Today?” The answer is, Yes. We will continue to use magnets until further notice. With a limited crew due to COVID, these magnets enable us to better serve our campus. Thanks for your help and understanding. If you have any questions or need more magnets please call 817-735-2181 or send me an email at jerry.emerson@unthsc.edu.

Thank you,

Jerry Emerson

How does blood pressure affect brain blood flow? Healthy volunteers (18-40 years old) needed

 

Volunteers needed for a research study exploring a technique for protecting against reduced brain blood flow by rhythmically increasing and decreasing blood pressure.
• You must be:
– Generally healthy
– Aged between 18-40 years
• Study requires 4 separate visits, each lasting 1-3 hours
• Subjects will be compensated for their time and effort
If you are interested, please contact Garen Anderson
Email: garen.anderson@my.unthsc.edu
Phone: 817-735-0323

Establishing Partnerships between Librarians and Community Health Workers to Promote LGBTQIA+ Health: FREE Webinar Wed June 9 at 10am (Sponsored by NNLM Region 3)

 

URL:
https://nnlm.gov/scr/training/healthbyteswithregion3

The Network of the National Library of Medicine Region 3, housed at the Gibson D. Lewis Library, would like to invite you to join us for the next session of our NEW monthly webinar series, Health Bytes with Region 3.

This monthly 1 hour series will focus on topics of interest to clinicians, researchers, faculty, and information professionals.

This month’s presentation will overview a unique model for LGBTQIA+ health promotion that partners medical librarians with community health workers (CHWs) to facilitate information creation, seeking, use, and sharing within LGBTQIA+ communities. The project is a collaborative effort between the University of South Carolina iSchool and the Arnold School of Public Health’s Center for Community Health Alignment (CCHA). It is funded by an IMLS National Leadership grant.

Updated mask guidelines for HSC Health

 

From Janice Knebl, DO, MBA, Interim Chief Medical Officer HSC Health.

Based on the Governor’s recent Executive Order GA-36 and guidance from UNT System Office of General Counsel, HSC Health will no longer require masks. HSC Health strongly recommends the use of masks while in our clinics.

For more information on CDC recommendations for Healthcare settings, please visit:
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/hcp/infection-control-after-vaccination.html

FWMD LIVE: The Impact of Giving

 

Join us on Wednesday, June 2 at 2 p.m. for a special edition of TCU and UNTHSC School of Medicine’s FWMD LIVE chat. We will discuss the impact of giving, how philanthropy has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and how gift-giving remains an important part of building relationships between community members.

Our special guest panelist will be Arnie Gachman, Chairman of Gamtex Industries, Paula Parker, Lead On: A Campaign for TCU Donor, Michelle Ramos, JD, Ph.D., Executive Director at Alternate ROOTS and Jeremy Smith, President of the Rainwater Charitable Foundation.
This special edition of FWMD LIVE is being done in collaboration with TCU Magazine and our partners that include the TCU University Advancement team, TCU Alumni Association and DNAWorks.

Congratulations to Dr. Melissa Lewis

 

Congratulations to Dr. Melissa Lewis for her new award from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism for her project entitled “Examining Motivations for and Quality of Alcohol and Marijuana Protective Behavior Strategy Use: Improving Prevention of Hazardous Young Adult Substance Use.” The award amount is projected to be $594,000.

For more details, please view the latest Monthly Research Report on our site, linked above.

Congratulations to Dr. Emily Spence

 

Congratulations to Dr. Emily Spence for her new award from the UNTHSC Foundation/Morris Foundation for her project entitled “Trauma Informed Community.”  The award amount is projected to be $25,000.

For more details, please view the latest Monthly Research Report on our site, linked above.

Congratulations and happy retirement to Carol Reeves from Lewis Library

 

Please join us in wishing Carol Reeves farewell and best wishes for her retirement! We are so thankful for Carol’s dedication, hard work, and the friendship she gave us in her 10+ years on the HSC campus.