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Bringing Hope to Suicide Prevention and Awareness
02/23/18: Jennifer Wright-Berryman of the College of Allied Health Sciences is hoping to increase suicide awareness with her work with Hope Squads.

Focus On Pharmacy Practice Partners: Veronic Moore, PharmD
Veronica Moore, PharmD (‘07), an emergency medicine pharmacist at Bethesda North Hospital, became interested in pharmacy through a circuitous path.

UCMC Uses Watchman and Decision Analytic Model to Assist AF Patients
UCMC physicians use the Atrial Fibrillation Decision Support Tool, a computerized decision analytic model, to determine which heart patients would benefit from the Watchman.

West Chester Hospital Opens New Neurosurgery Clinic
UC Health’s West Chester Hospital continues to expand neuroscience services with the addition of a new UC Health Neurosurgery Clinic on the West Chester campus.

Heaton Named Fellow by American Pharmacists Association
Pam Heaton, PhD, is to be recognized with the distinction of fellow at the American Pharmacists Association (APhA) 2018 Awards and Honors Program March 16-19 in Nashville, Tennessee.

A Drug Long Used to Treat Gout May Help Adult Heart Patients
UC researchers have shown that probenecid, a drug long used to treat gout, may be able to improve heart function in adult patients who experience heart failure.

Addressing Perceptions of Racial Disparities in Health Care in the Tristate
Results from a study conducted by researchers at UC indicate that African-Americans believe their race and financial capability negatively impact the care they receive.

Jose Cancelas, MD, PhD, Named Hoxworth Director
Jose Cancelas, MD, PhD, has been named director of University of Cincinnati (UC) Hoxworth Blood Center. The appointment was effective Feb. 1.

Hincapie Named Pharmacy Association Faculty Scholar
Anna Hincapie, PhD, has been named to the National Association of Chain Drug Stores (NACDS) Foundation’s 2018-2019 Faculty Scholars Class.

Save the Date: Radiology Symposium for Medical Students Aug. 18
The UC Department of Radiology will host an all-day symposium Saturday, Aug. 18, aimed at medical students who are interested in learning more about the specialty as a career.

Mindfulness Techniques Could Help Reduce Seizures in People With Epilepsy
A new study by researchers at the University of Cincinnati (UC) looked at use of mindfulness-based therapies in the reduction of stress and seizures in people with epilepsy.

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