School of Allied Health Professions

Kudos for Faculty: Honeycutt, Latshaw, and Michael

From Clinical Laboratory Science: Congratulations to Karen Honeycutt, MEd, MLS(ASCP)CMSMCM, and Sandra Latshaw, MA, MT(ASCP)SM, on the publication of their article, “Incorporating A Structured Writing Process into Existing CLS Curricula,” in Clinical Laboratory Science, 27(4), 194-203. Well done! From Diagnostic Medical Sonography: Kim Michael, MA, RT(R), RDMS, RVT, collaborated with Gib Willett, PT, PhD, on the abstract, “Ultrasound Imaging Assessment of the Manual Traction Induced Vacuum Phenomenon in the MCP Joints of a Lightly Embalmed Cadaver.” It was accepted by the American Institute of Ultrasound… Continue Reading

CLS students to present poster at national conference

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. ┬áThe intent of this project is to foster interprofessional knowledge and communication… Continue Reading

We’re almost there…

Thank you to those SAHP faculty and staff who have already participated in this year’s United Way campaign. As of yesterday morning, the SAHP was leading the way on campus with 89% participation, and that’s awesome! We want to be even awesomer, however, by hitting 100% participation again for the third year in a row. “Going for a 3-peat!” said Geri Finn, SAHP campaign representative. “Only three of our people still need to submit their response.” (Way to rally the troops, Geri!) Remember that a… Continue Reading