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Myths and truths about false news

By Sally Crocker Dear Aunt Kathy spends a lot of time on social media. She likes to share cute animal videos, funny observations … and, sometimes, false news. A lot of folks know someone like Kathy, maybe a close friend or relative, an acquaintance or a connection of a connection online. When people post or share false news, researchers have found, there is a tendency to stick with t...Read more

Dec 3, 2020

Dr. Paul Saenz

50 Heroes: Dr. Paul Saenz

The definition of success describes our next hero, Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine alumnus, Dr. Paul Saenz. As a double board-certified family and sports medicine physician, his passion for medicine began in his early days as a student and “Osteo-Breaker” in the school’s talent show and has continued throughout his career. Once he graduated from TCOM in 1986, Dr. Saenz moved to...Read more

Nov 30, 2020

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MHA program earns seven-year CAHME re-accreditation

By Sally Crocker [caption id="attachment_200402326" align="alignright" width="200"] Dr. Stephan Davis[/caption] The Master of Health Administration (MHA) program at the University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth (HSC) has achieved the highest, seven-year re-accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME). The HS...Read more

Nov 25, 2020

Dr. Brandy Schwarz

50 Heroes: Dr. Brandy Schwarz

Both inside and outside the HSC walls, Dr. Brandy Schwarz has earned a reputation for rising to every challenge.  To her students, she is a sought-after mentor and role model.  To her faculty colleagues, she is an innovator and collaborator.  And to her community (which stretches to all corners of the globe), she is a true servant leader. Schwarz, who joined the Department ...Read more

Nov 23, 2020

Dr. John Gibson

He beat COVID-19, but can rural health care?

By Steven Bartolotta It started on Sunday night, October 25. Dr. John Gibson, TCOM’s Assistant Dean of Rural Medical Education, had been battling typical fall allergies, but then he lost is sense of smell…then his taste. He knew something was wrong. Dr. Gibson tested positive for COVID-19 days later but, even worse, so did his entire household, which included his 64-year old wife a...Read more

Nov 20, 2020

Dr. Erika Thompson

HSC researcher, collaborators help homeless mothers and children find their road back

By Sally Crocker  Hundreds of thousands of families across the U.S. struggle with homelessness each year. Living on the streets, in cars, at shelters or temporarily bunking up with others poses many risks and challenges, greatly intensified this year by the COVID-19 pandemic.  Erika Thompson, PhD, Assistant Professor at the HSC School of Public Health and Maternal and Child Health MPH...Read more

Nov 19, 2020