College of Allied Health Professions

Impact in Education: Tanya Custer and Kim Michael

Kim Michael, associate professor and program director in diagnostic medical sonography, and Tanya Custer, assistant professor in medical imaging and therapeutic sciences, are two of the recipients of the Office of Academic Affairs 2017 Impact in Education Awards. They will receive the Innovative Practices in Education Award. Read full article in UNMC Today>>

Mathews presents to Nebraska One Health stakeholders

Wayne Mathews, associate professor and associate director in the UNMC Division of Physician Assistant Education recently gave a presentation to Nebraska One Health. The group is an interprofessional assembly of several Nebraska organizations and research institutions all promoting the health of Nebraskans. In his talk, “A One Health Approach to Antimicrobial Resistance: A Review and Preliminary Report,” Wayne addressed the connection between using antibiotics for… Continue Reading

Medical nutrition tapped as demonstration program

The UNMC College of Allied Health Professions master of medical nutrition (MMN) program will be one of approximately 20 programs in the country that will serve as a first cohort demonstration site for the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics. The college will serve as a site for ACEND’s Graduate Degree Program Future Education Model Accreditation Standards. CAHP Dean Kyle Meyer, Ph.D., called… Continue Reading