The LaVerne Gallman Distinguished Lectureship in Nursing video featuring The University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School’s William Tierney, M.D., Department of Population Health and two of his colleagues; Dr. Dinah Chelagat, Dean, Moi University School of Nursing and Dr. Lukoye Atwoli, Dean, Moi University School of Medicine from a program he started in Kenya many years ago called the Academic Model Providing Access to Healthcare (AMPATH). Together they will speak about the experience of creating this very successful global research collaboration.
The ad Jessie Wilborn saw at church sounded like something that might finally help her get her diabetes, high cholesterol and high blood pressure under control.
This 1 hour online course will cover ways that health care staff, especially community health workers, can start conversations with teenagers and young adults, and how they can bring up topics such as planning for the future and pregnancy prevention.
Miyong Kim, PhD, RN, FAAN, wasn’t about to let the grass grow under her feet once she arrived at The University of Texas at Austin in 2013. Determined from the outset to make a difference in the burgeoning health inequalities that exist in Central Texas and across the state, the renowned nurse scholar and educator went to work and in less than a year had received National Institutes of Health funding for a P30 Core Center in Self Management of Chronic Illness.
This 1.5 hour online, self-paced course offers an overview of postpartum depression, including signs, symptoms, and steps to take if someone suspects a client is experiencing depression. This is a self-paced course that you take on your own time. You do not have to complete this all at once; if you stop in the middle, you can pick up where you left off. Just keep the email you receive when you register to access the link to the training.