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CenterView: December 10, 2012

CenterView is published every other week, and is the internal publication of the University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC). Content features news of interest for and about Medical Center faculty, staff, and students. Content may be reprinted with appropriate credit.

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Clockwise from top right: Kefel Duan, Brad Deere, Grace Martin, Erin Taylor, Jessica Lemon and Kristin Hinton
Clockwise from top right: Kefel Duan, Brad Deere, Grace Martin, Erin Taylor, Jessica Lemon and Kristin Hinton

Common Reading Project addresses cultural challenges in medicine

The inability of health-care professionals to understand and appropriately respond to a radically contrasting culture can have dire consequences on the quality of care they can provide.

Associate professor of nursing makes impact on frontlines of Hurricane Sandy

With Hurricane Sandy churning toward the eastern seaboard in October, Dr. Carl Mangum got the call to deploy with the Tennessee-1 Disaster Medical Assistance Team and fly to Maryland to assist storm evacuees.

Ole Miss, Mississippi State fans join forces to support Mississippi’s only pediatric cancer center

Tears filled Olevia Williams’ eyes as Jacob Partlow, her 12-year old son, walked onto Hollingsworth Field at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium in Oxford.

Study seeks to reveal how sleep may affect heart disease, stroke among African-Americans

A sleep study of 1,200 African-Americans begun this fall by University of Mississippi Medical Center researchers promises to deepen knowledge about how sleep disorders may contribute to cardiovascular and other diseases.

UMMC employees enjoy perks, quirks of shared celebrity monikers

The last time Mohammad Ali took a jab at someone, he used a needle.

Nutcracker highlights Batson tree lighting

The Batson Light-A-Light for Children was held December 4, at the Batson Children's Hospital.

SHRP ASB helps collect 800+ toys for BCH

Members of the School of Health Related Professions Associated Student Body hosted their annual toy drive Dec. 3 to benefit Batson Children’s Hospital patients.