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| April 18, 2024

TCOM’s Dr. Lisa Nash honored with the 2024 Special Lifetime Achievement Award by AOGME

It has been a lifetime of service to osteopathic medicine and graduate medical education for Lisa Nash, DO, MS-HPEd, FAAFP, and that remarkable career was honored by the Assembly of Osteopathic Graduate Medical Educators as she received their 2024 Special...

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  • Our People
| April 17, 2024

Protecting quality of life for senior living residents through HSC’s ICARE initiative

Through HSC’s ICARE – Infection Control Advocate and Resident Education - program, Dr. Diana Cervantes and School of Public Health students are helping to protect the quality of life for residents in nursing home communities. Dr. Cervantes is an associate...

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  • Research
| April 11, 2024

JAMA Network publishes HSC study showing chronic pain favorable outcomes associated with physician empathy

JAMA Network Open this month published an article, “Physician Empathy and Chronic Pain Outcomes,” based on national data collected by the Pain Registry for Epidemiological, Clinical, and Interventional Studies and Innovation (PRECISION) at The University of North Texas Health Science...

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  • Community
| April 11, 2024

A selfless act with a significant impact

In the United States alone, a patient receives a blood transfusion every two seconds. The average transfusion patient receives 2.5 units of blood — approximately 200 milliliters of red blood cells. Every...

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  • Our People
| April 10, 2024

National Public Health Week focuses on community: protecting, connecting, thriving

National Public Health Week is a time each year to celebrate the essential services of public health professionals who work tirelessly to promote their communities’ health, safety and well-being. National Public Health Week is held each April, and is sponsored...

  • Our People
| April 3, 2024

Whole health focus: small changes for a better life

The first time many people hear the term “health coach,” they immediately think weight loss, going to the gym and dieting. While these are things health coaches encourage, that’s not what they are trained to do. Through collaborative goal setting,...

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  • Our People
| April 2, 2024

HSC College of Nursing earns key approvals for first degree programs

The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth’s new College of Nursing has received the necessary approvals to accept students to its first undergraduate and graduate nursing degree programs this fall. Both the Texas Higher Education Coordinating...

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  • Research
| April 1, 2024

New cannabis research encourages legislation to protect consumer safety, especially children

New research by Dr. Matthew Rossheim at The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth’s School of Public Health has analyzed the concerning marketing practices of derived psychoactive cannabis products – including their growing availability in the...

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  • Research
| March 28, 2024

Dr. Abe Clark honored with international research award

Abbot “Abe” Clark, PhD, FARVO, FAAO, regents professor of pharmacology and neuroscience in the School of Biomedical Sciences at The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth, has received the International Society for Eye Research 2024 Ernst...

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  • Research
| March 28, 2024

Dr. Steven Romero receives American Physiological Society award for excellence in research

Dr. Steven Romero, associate professor of Physiology and Anatomy at the School of Biomedical Sciences at The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth, was named the 2024 Henry Pickering Bowditch Award Lecturer by the American Physiological...