Congratulations to Natalie Harmon and Megan Gunderson!
Their abstract, “An Interprofessional Guide to Laboratory Testing for Student Run Free Clinics: Reference Guide to Sexually Transmitted Infection Diagnostics and Monitoring,” was accepted for a poster presentation at the Society of Student-Run Free Clinics (SSRFC) conference to be held Feb 7-8, 2015 in Atlanta, Georgia.
Natalie and Megan will be developing a reference guide, which will include explanations of frequently utilized diagnostic tests for STIs. The intent of this project is to foster interprofessional knowledge and communication between professions and within the clinics.
Nicely done, Natalie and Megan!
Dean Meyer would like to encourage all SAHP faculty, staff, and students to attend the NU presidential candidate visits.
Hank Bounds, Ph.D., and Michael Martin, Ph.D., two of the four candidates for the position of president of the University of Nebraska, will visit UNMC this Wednesday, December 10, 2014.
The times for the two visits are:
10:30 a.m., Sorrell Center, Room 1005: Michael Martin, Ph.D., chancellor of the Colorado State University System.
2:30 p.m., Sorrell Center, Room 1005: Hank Bounds, Ph.D., commissioner of higher education for the Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning.
Each year, the Radiation Science Technology Education (RSTE) division spreads holiday cheer through volunteerism.
On Thursday, December 4, 2014, RSTE students, faculty, alumni board, and family members participated in their annual decorating of the UNMC Ronald McDonald House for Christmas. The event also engaged several children who are currently in residence at the house. A fun time was had by all at this seasonal event.