July 2023 Archive

Back-to-School Self-Care and Wellness

Going back to school brings about a whirlwind of emotions, both for parents and kids.

A Rite of Passage

The white coat is one of the most visible symbols of the health care profession. John DeToledo, M.D., TTUHSC interim dean of the School of Medicine, said this ceremony is a rite of passage for first-year future doctors at most medical schools across the country.

A Look at Two Rehabilitation Sciences Programs at TTUHSC

Rehabilitation sciences is a multidisciplinary field that focuses on advancing knowledge and techniques to improve the quality of life for individuals with potentially disabling health conditions.

Rare Microscope Brings New Opportunities to TTUHSC

CPRIT awarded a $2.8 million Core Facility Support grant to Ulrich Bickel, M.D., professor and associate dean of sciences in the Jerry H. Hodge School of Pharmacy.

Building a Better Telehealth Experience

TTUHSC Managed Care team is at the forefront of pioneering efficient and cost-effective telehealth solutions that guarantee the same level of health care quality, both online and in person.

Promoting Staff Mental Health in a Challenging Environment

The mental health of TTUHSC’s Managed Care staff is of utmost importance, especially considering the high-stress environments they often encounter, such as crisis management and the diagnostic and psychiatric evaluation (D&E) processes.

Clinical Rotation Offers Unique Experiences for Pharmacy Student

When Sydnie McClendon began her pharmacy education at the TTUHSC Amarillo campus four years ago, she had no idea part of her education would involve a blizzard, moose and glaciers.

Alumni Spotlight: Stephen White, Ph.D.

Stephen White, Ph.D., spoke about what led him to the field, the pressures and stressors that laboratory scientists have faced in recent years, and how TTUHSC prepared him for success.

High Temperatures Can Impact Patients Taking Medications

Extreme heat is one of the most common and preventable weather-related causes of death in the United States, so people need to know the signs and symptoms of heat-related stress, especially if someone is taking medication.