College of Pharmacy will host retirement reception on December 3rd from 3-5 for Dr. Jim Eoff.
Join us for a UTHSC Campus Master Plan Open House on Monday, October 27th
PROBLEMS IN TREATING OSTEOPOROTIC PATIENTS WITH FRACTURES
Thursday, October 30, 2014
5:00 – 6:00 PM, with a reception to follow
Memphis Bioworks Auditorium
20 S. Dudley St., First Floor
Memphis, TN 38103
The UTHSC is announcing new pool policies that will begin November 24th, 2014.
See full announcement for details!
Contact Aquatics Director Erin Jennings at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 901.448.2766 with any inquiries.
Memphis Orthopaedic Research Education Series, presented by The University of Memphis, Campbell Clinic, Memphis Bioworks Foundation, and the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, is holding a free panel discussion on the topic, “Problems in Treating Osteoporotic Patients with Fractures.” A reception sponsored by Smith and Nephew will follow.
The Southeast is an excellent resource for boating rivers that range from slow, leisurely floats to hair-raising whitewater challenges! The UTHSC Outdoor Rec Program is offering a final session of kayak instruction for 2014, beginning Friday Nov 7th, to better help you take advantage of the swift water boating adventures the Southeast has to offer! See the full announcement for contact info.
Health screenings and education for all UTHSC employees on Friday, October 31st in the 920 Madison lobby area by students and faculty from across the campus. Don’t be tricked; know your BP, weight and blood sugar numbers, ask about your medications, learn about asthma – and more!
Enter DRAWING for treat bag of items to keep you healthy through the holidays!
Cadaver demonstration is presented by Anatomy Specialists through state-of-the-art high definition video conferencing system.
In this activity students will be exposed to the physiology and anatomic relationships of the major organ systems of the body and how those organ systems can relate to various human diseases. Utilizing a combination of high definition cameras and human cadaver specimens, presenters will lead students through an interactive discussion of human anatomy, pathology and wellness.
Objectives: The student will be able to:
• become acclimated to the use of a cadaver as a learning tool for health science education.
• understand the structure of, functions of, and relationships among major organs and body systems.
• describe several major diseases affecting Americans today and how nutrition, exercise and proper health habits can prevent many diseases.