Health


Poison Prevention Week is March 17-23

March 12, 2019
 

National Poison Prevention Week is March 17-23. The goal of the week is to raise awareness of the risk of being poisoned by household products, medicines, pesticides, plants, bites and stings, food poisoning, and fumes. For 24 years, the South Texas Poison Center at UT Health San Antonio has taken calls from frantic parents and […]

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San Antonio Express-News: Nursing school gets millions more to fight opioid problem

March 12, 2019
 

UT Health San Antonio’s School of Nursing has received $17.5 million in federal funding to combat the opioid epidemic in Bexar County and across Texas. Read the story (Note: A subscription and password may be required to view the story)

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50th anniversary School of Nursing luncheon program

School of Nursing celebrates 50th anniversary at luncheon

March 8, 2019
 

More than 200 faculty, community leaders and philanthropists joined alumni, former teachers and honored guests at the UT Health San Antonio School of Nursing’s 50th anniversary luncheon March 2. The event was held in the Nancy Smith Hurd Auditorium, part of the newly remodeled School of Nursing. Following  a welcome by School of Nursing Dean […]

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School of Nursing toasts 50 Visionary Leaders

March 8, 2019
 

The honorees included outstanding alumni, faculty, staff, community leaders and philanthropic supporters who have had a major impact on the School of Nursing and the nursing profession.

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New website showcases School of Nursing’s mission, vision

February 28, 2019
 

UT Health San Antonio’s School of Nursing has launched a new academic website as part of a systematic university-wide initiative to bring an improved, effective web presence to all schools and departments.

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Online service to promote mental health, wellness

February 25, 2019
 

A new online tool is now available to bring mental health information and services to the entire UT Health San Antonio community, including students, residents, faculty and staff. TAO, which stands for Therapy Assistance Online, was introduced by the Student Counseling Center, said Mia Veve, Ph.D., the center’s director. The service is free and confidential. […]

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