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Community partners provide child care help for health care workers

April 16, 2020

Local organizations launched programs to provide child care relief to those—including UT Health San Antonio doctors and nurses—grappling with going to work and finding affordable child care for their homebound kids.


Rivard Report: Researchers utilize unique expertise in fight to find coronavirus cure

April 16, 2020

Dr. Robert Hromas, Long School of Medicine dean, and Dr. Evelien Bunnik, Microbiology, Immunity and Molecular Genetics, speak to the Rivard Report on the work of vaccine development being accomplished by studying antibodies from people who have recover …


Salud Talks Podcast: “Mental Health and the Global Pandemic”

April 16, 2020

Dr. Sarah Knoeckel, a nurse practitioner and an assistant professor in the School of Nursing, was a guest on the Salud Talks Podcast to discuss mental health in a time of a global pandemic. Listen to the podcast.


Fox 29: Shortage of not just ventilators, but people trained to work them

April 16, 2020

Dr. David Shelledy, School of Health Professions dean and respiratory therapist, spoke about how ventilators work and the need for more respiratory therapists. Read and watch the full story.


News 4: Shortage of not just ventilators, but people trained to work them

April 16, 2020

Dr. David Shelledy, School of Health Professions dean and respiratory therapist, spoke about how ventilators work and the need for more respiratory therapists. Read and watch the full story.


KTSA: COVID-19 questions answered

April 16, 2020

Dr. Anthony Hartzler, General & Hospital Medicine/Infectious Diseases, addressed listeners’ questions on KTSA’s Jack Riccardi Show regarding whether a person can get COVID-19 more than once, do antibodies protect a person from re-infection and the …


KSAT 12: SAQ: UT Health San Antonio expert answers your COVID-19 questions

April 15, 2020

Dr. Ruth Berggren, Infectious Diseases, explains to KSAT 12 viewers immunity and antibody testing, comments on whether people can be cleared of virus and then test positive again, discusses convalescent plasma and the need for data on it, and comments …


H-E-B feeds UT Health San Antonio providers on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic

April 15, 2020

H-E-B delivered more than 600 lunches to UT Health San Antonio.


Business service center expanding access

April 15, 2020

Released as part of the EDGE objective of efficiency, there is now a one-stop location to obtain campus administrative services.


Give the gift of blood

April 15, 2020

You can donate blood on Tuesday, April 21, and Tuesday, April 28, from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Briscoe Library.


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