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Training Future Leaders

Engagement and Outreach

At University of Utah Health, we believe that community engagement is the foundation of building a vibrant and thriving society. As part of the University for Utah, the students and faculty who make up our six schools and colleges put that commitment into action. Working with residents and community leaders to identify priorities, our Colleges of Health, Nursing, and Pharmacy, along with our Schools of Medicine and Dentistry and the Eccles Health Sciences Library, put these beliefs into action through service, partnerships, and hyperlocal connections to and engagement with our communities. 

Schools and Colleges

College of Health

"More health, less medicine." That's the mantra of the University of Utah College of Health, whose work focuses on keeping people healthy, fit, and resilient.

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College of Nursing

Nursing is fundamentally, historically, and passionately about the health of communities. The very roots of the profession are intwined with public health, law and social services.

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College of Pharmacy

The College of Pharmacy defines the cutting edge of research in the discovery, development, and delivery of new drug therapies- all to improve community health outcomes.

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School of Dentistry

The newest of University of Utah's schools and colleges, the School of Detistry is committed to improving the oral health of all Utahns- especially the underserved.

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School of Medicine

On top of cutting-edge clinical and research advances across its 115-year history, the medical school now leads the way for community outreach and engagement at U of U Health.

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Eccles Health Sciences Library

EHSL's engagement efforts include a five-year grant with the National Library of Medicine to employ community wellness liasions and host health awareness programs.

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