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San Antonio earned the national designation of “Dementia Friendly City” by having a community grassroots effort working to welcome and support those with the condition, and provide helpful resources to caregivers. The Oct. 4 presentation took place at the UT Health San Antonio School of Nursing, whose Caring for the Caregiver program collaborates with the […]
San Antonio was the third Texas city to earn the designation “Dementia Friendly City” by having a community grassroots effort working to welcome and support those with the condition, and provide helpful resources to caregivers. The designation is from the national nonprofit support organization Dementia Friendly America.
KSAT 12: Alamo Colleges District opens on-campus health clinics to offer low-cost services to studentsSeptember 23, 2021
This KSAT 12 story is about a partnership between the UT Health San Antonio School of Nursing and the local Alamo Colleges District to open on-campus health clinics for students. Watch story
Flu vaccines will be available beginning Sept. 21 through the month of October. Limited supplies are available.
Healthy Simulation.com: Sim scenario authoring tool iRIS increases university’s remote collaborationAugust 25, 2021
Dr. James Cleveland, School of Nursing, is quoted in this Healthy Simulation.com article about the School of Nursing’s Center for Simulation Innovation. Read story
Dr. Karen Schwab, with UT Health San Antonio School of Nursing, appeared in three media interviews with KSAT 12 inside Wellness 360. Dr. Schwab discussed a variety of topics related to the importance of back-to-school vaccinations, how to detect if your child may have COVID-19 and the childhood illnesses, like RSV, that are more prevalent […]