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Friday, August 23, 2019
The son and niece of a former nursing program coordinator at UMMC have ensured a lasting legacy for their loved one by helping outfit the School of Health Related Professions computer laboratory with chairs and monitor arms. The donation will enhance SHRP students' experience in the relocated lab - and teach a lesson or two in ergonomics, to boot. Read More
Thursday, May 30, 2019
When Sarah Herrington found herself in a hospital bed with no hope of discharge days before graduation, she was devastated to learn that she wouldn’t be able to walk across the Commencement stage with the rest of her class. What the radiologic sciences student didn't know: UMMC faculty had a plan to bring graduation to her. Read More
The University of Mississippi Medical Center on Friday conferred degrees to 853 students who are beginning their careers in the health sciences, or entering into a new chapter of an existing one in this state and beyond.
Published on Friday, May 24, 2019
Brock Whitson has no immediate plans for a career change. The adrenaline-surging excitement that comes from playing a vital role on UMMC’s helicopter transport team is everything he ever hoped for in a career. But he knows he won’t always be able to sustain such a rapid pace. To prepare for that future, Whitson will receive his MHS from the School of Health Related Professions during Commencement 2019.
Published on Monday, May 20, 2019
A member of the first Doctorate of Health Administration graduating class at UMMC, Dr. Guy Giesecke is putting the knowledge, skills and research project he developed from his SHRP studies into his career as CEO of Children’s of Mississippi. The 2019 SHRP Alumnus of the Year gives back to the school by speaking to D.H.A. classes.
Published on Monday, February 18, 2019
Eight youngsters wearing colorful helmets excitedly navigated their bicycles through an obstacle course consisting of a rainbow-tinted tube "bridge," a wooden ramp and a large spare tire bordered by brightly hued pylons while their parents cheered from the sidelines. This wasn't a scene from a typical bike camp, though - It was part of a study being conducted by a physical therapy faculty member in the School of Health Related Professions that seeks to inject more physical activity into the lives of children with Down syndrome.
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