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UH Boosts Efficiency of Surgery Experience
University Hospital has made a concerted effort in the past year to
improve its perioperative care process as part of developing more
efficient, effective operating room usage standards.
College Adopts New Admission Process
While Washington focuses on restructuring our health care system, the
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine is focusing on a new way
to select the doctors it will send out into a possibly re-engineered
Faculty Members Join Forces to Bring UC a Step Closer in Creating Lupus Center
A world traveler and renowned physician-scientist, Evelyn Hess, MD, has
seen nearly every autoimmune disease—from rheumatoid arthritis to
Behcets disease and relapsing polychondritis. And thanks to medical
advances and education, she is familiar with the cause of each of these
diseases, not to mention the symptoms and treatments.
Nursing Students Earn Program Credit at Coney Island
Fond memories of Coney Island have resonated throughout Greater
Cincinnati since the park opened in 1886 and over the decades the
additions of rides, concessions and the Sunlite Pool have become
synonymous with a day of summertime fun for park goers of all ages. What people tend to forget, however—at amusement parks and during other
outdoor activities—is that an unprepared day in the sun can not only
cut the fun short but also lead to potential health hazards.
Jensen Symposium Highlights Work on Nuclear Receptors
The 2009 inaugural Cincinnati Cancer Symposium Series will focus on nuclear receptors to honor the contributions of Elwood Jensen, PhD, a respected scientist who made significant contributions to the field of medical science in breast cancer.Jensen is the Distinguished University Professor and...
Air Force Relationship Brings Research Into Military Medicine
Each morning, United States Air Force Capt. Ryan Earnest, MD, commutes from Dayton, Ohio, to UC’s surgical research lab. It’s not a short drive, but for Earnest, a second-year surgical
resident at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, his time at UC allows him
to participate in research that could change how he works in the future.