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December 2019 Archive

Top Five Reasons for Pursuing a Pharmacy Career

In the era of value-based care, pharmacists are playing an increasingly important role in improving patient outcomes.

We are Here. We are Texas Tech Health

“Texas Tech Health” is at the core of health care support and access in West Texas. For fifty years, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) has been at the front line of health care education, patient care and research.

Online Nursing Programs at TTUHSC

For students in search of flexible options, online nursing programs, such as those offered through TTUHSC, are a powerful solution.

Launching a Career in Health Care Administration

Learn about launching your career as a health care administrator at TTUHSC SHP and the benefits that can be realized in this high-growth profession.

From Substance Abuse to Addiction Counseling: A Changing Profession

An online master’s degree in addiction counseling from Texas Tech University Health Center fulfills the education requirements needed to become licensed as a professional substance abuse counselor in the state.

TTUHSC Receives SACSCOC Reaffirmation of Accreditation

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) has been approved for reaffirmation of accreditation through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).

2019 State of the University Address

In the TTUHSC State of the University Address, TTUHSC Interim President Lori Rice-Spearman focused on this unmatched growth and how it has enhanced the patient, educational and research environment at TTUHSC.

How to Become a Speech Pathologist

Learn how to become a speech pathologist and help people of all ages and backgrounds improve their lives. Speech-language pathology is one of today’s hottest health care fields.

$100,000 Awarded to High-Performing Texas Tech Startups

Recipients of the Presidents’ Innovation Award are determined by the presidents of Texas Tech University and the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center.

Five Tips That Could Help Your New Year’s Resolution Stick

Beverly Axe-Lewis, D.O., an associate professor for the Department of Family Medicine at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine, said most people launch into their health-minded resolutions with the best of intentions. However, by not preparing themselves ahead of time for what in most cases represents a significant lifestyle change, they set themselves up for failure.