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HEALTH LINE: Palliative Care 101: Field Focusing on Quality of Life
11/19/14: There are often misconceptions and confusion when discussing the field of palliative care.

Domestic Water Shutdown in Reading Campus Building E Nov. 23
Reading Campus facilities management will have a domestic water shutdown to Building E from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 23, Maintenance & Operations reports.

Focus on Alumni With Jocelyn McCauley
College of Nursing alumna Jocelyn McCauley has some big decisions to make after finishing in the top spot among her peers at the 2014 Ironman World Championship competition.

College of Medicine IT Workshop Nov. 20
The next update on college IT operations and services will be held Thursday, Nov. 20, at 3:30 p.m. in Medical Sciences Building Room 4051.

Faculty Named Leaders in International Pharmaceutical Federation
Two faculty members from the James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy—Giovanni Pauletti, PhD, and Marianne Ivey, PharmD, have been elected to prominent leadership positions within the International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP).

Partnership With Cincinnati VA Enhances Pharmacy Education
For over 20 years the VA Medical Center has partnered with the UC College of Pharmacy to provide multiple experiential learning opportunities to PharmD candidates. For example, this academic year Wells-Walker is one of 59 fourth-year PharmD students who will conduct 89 rotations at the Cincinnati VA’s inpatient and ambulatory care clinics

Pharmacy Fraternity Ranked #1 in Province, #8 in Nation
The James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy’s Kappa Psi Beta Phi chapter received three of the four awards at the fraternal organization’s recent Great Lakes Province assembly.

Minnesota Resident Travels to UC for Unique Robotic Surgery
Nancy Bemis, a New Market, Minnesota resident, traveled to undergo an intricate robotic surgery to remove part of her pancreas.

Kranias Honored at the American Heart Association
Litsa Kranias, PhD, Hanna Professor and Director of cardiovascular biology at UC, is invited to discuss her contributions to cardiovascular research at the AHA.

Researchers Find Kidney Gene May Play Role in Blood Pressure Control
Researchers at UC have found that a gene abundant in the kidneys may actually play a role in the regulation of blood pressure and hypertension in mice.

United Against Cancer: The UC Cancer Biology Retreat
On Nov. 8, the UC Department of Cancer Biology held its first all-day departmental retreat at the UC Reading Campus.

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