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US academic uses board game to teach ‘art of nursing’

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Dr Hallie Bensinger, an advanced practice nurse and instructor at the University of Tennessee, came up with the idea for the game in an effort to better engage her students.


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Dean of UT Pharmacy College in Memphis Knows Business

The Commercial Appeal

Within about two months of becoming dean of the College of Pharmacy at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in 2012, Marie Chisholm-Burns enrolled at the University of Memphis to earn an MBA. Chisholm-Burns’ purpose was to experience a dual degree program available to pharmacy students so she could advise them, but she earned a new perspective… Read More


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Marie Chisholm-Burns, pharmacy college dean at UTHSC, knows business

The Commercial Appeal

Marie Chisholm-Burns, pharmacy college dean at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis, heads a college whose students are virtually guaranteed six-figure incomes once they graduate as pharmacists.


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Chandra Alston named associate vice chancellor of human resources at UTHSC

The Daily News

Chandra Alston has been named the associate vice chancellor of human resources at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center.


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Milk is good for you, in whatever form

The Commercial Appeal

“When you talk about milk replacements, you have to look at the definition of milk,” says Frances Tylavsky, a professor in the Department of Preventive Medicine at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis.


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UTHSC library dumps journals for digital age

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“Libraries of the days of old are no longer how libraries really work,” said UTHSC chief operations officer Ken Brown.


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On the Move: Chandra Alston

The Memphis Business Journal

Chandra Alston New Position: Associate Vice Chancellor, Human Resources, University of Tennessee Health Science Center


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Safety Of E-Cigs Still Up For Debate

WREG

“We are years away from knowing how damaging these products are,” says Dr. Bob  Klesges with UT Health Science Center in Memphis.