Public health is much more than infection disease control. It touches our daily lives through things like fluoridated water or the locations of grocery stores, health clinics, and parks.
Community Nursing Services and U of U Health are leading a fundamental shift in health care. Now, providers offer safe, effective post-acute care from the comfort of a patient’s home.
Now part of a worldwide collaborative, the Osher Center for Integrative Health is helping people achieve optimal health through lifestyle behaviors that reduce risk of disease and chronic illness.
The Native American Research Internship program helped Jenna Murray realize her dream of a career in tribal health. A new documentary about her journey makes its premiere at Sundance.
In response to growing state and regional physician workforce needs, the MD program is preparing more students to choose primary care disciplines and work in rural and under-resourced areas.
Integrating community health workers into the new MD curriculum is building a generation of physicians with greater empathy, cultural humility, and the ability to ask for help.
Airborne dust is becoming a growing air quality challenge in Utah. Starting with high schools, engineer Kerry Kelly, PhD, is deploying low-cost monitoring equipment to forecast hazardous pollutants.
It's an honor working alongside the incredible people who are the heart of U of U Health. Our work matters. Enjoy this sampling of the many achievements from 2023.
How are you developing your life agenda? What domain of the life wheel are you mastering? To encourage next steps, we conclude with highlights from this series.
We congratulate Erica Bisson, MD, MPH, and Molly Conroy, MD, MPH, for dedicating a year to invest in themselves as leaders and in the success of U of U Health.
The ninth part of the Life Agenda series looks at the spiritual part of our consciousness. Connecting to something greater than ourselves can bring meaning to our lives.
Oral health is a leading health care issue in correctional facilities. The School of Dentistry is a key partner in providing accessible, judgement-free care for youth in custody.
When the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library temporarily waived interlibrary loan fees it was flooded with more than 4,000 requests from grateful borrowers in Utah and 49 other states.
The eighth part of the Life Agenda series offers ideas for stepping out of the daily grind. Unstructured time to relax, recharge, and play boosts well-being and productivity.
A partnership between University of Utah and Utah Tech University is making a Doctorate in Physical Therapy accessible to students who want to learn and stay in Southern Utah.