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  • Sonography Student, George Platt, Honored with National Scholarship

    • 03.15.2017
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    George Platt, senior student in the Diagnostic Medical Sonography program, has been chosen as a recipient of the 2017 Alan D. Waggoner Sonographer Student Scholarship Award funded by contributions to the ASE Foundation’s 2016 Annual Appeal. In addition to a monetary award to go towards tuition costs, George has also been invited to attend ASE’s […]

  • UAMS Laboratorian Makes Most of Medical Missions Scholarship

    • 02.3.2017
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    Lindsay Gilbert, M.Ed., MLS, has wanted to go on a medical mission trip for years, but financially, it was never feasible. So when the Clinical Laboratory Management Association (CLMA) offered a scholarship for such trips, she jumped at the opportunity. Gilbert, who is an assistant professor in the College of Health Profession’s Department of Laboratory […]

  • Physician Assistant Program Reaccredited

    • 01.31.2017
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    UAMS’ Physician Assistant Program in the College of Health Professions has been granted Accreditation-Continued status by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA). The decision was based on the program’s application, a successful site visit, the program’s response to observations and its accreditation history, said Susan Long, associate dean for Academic […]

  • Hansen Leaves Mark on Ophthalmic Medical Technology Program

    • 01.26.2017
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    For 16 years, the Ophthalmic Medical Technology program in the College of Health Professions has been teaching students the skills they need to be indispensable to an ophthalmologist. And for most of those years, Suzanne Hansen, M.Ed., COMT, has been right there. Hansen was a member of the program’s second class of students. After graduation, […]

  • New Chair of Audiology, Speech Pathology Lays Out Vision for Department

    • 01.26.2017
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    Amyn Amlani, Ph.D., wants to know why people don’t adopt amplification devices to overcome their hearing difficulties — even when it would greatly improve their lives. It is a question he has spent years researching — and one he regards as his calling. “We know this technology is important because hearing loss leads to social […]

  • CHP Welcomes New Faculty

    • 01.24.2017
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    The College of Health Professions welcomed eight new faculty members in 2016.

  • CHP Honors Scholarship Recipients, Donors at Reception

    • 12.20.2016
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  • Courtyard Cookout Gives Students a Needed Break

    • 11.18.2016
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    College of Health Professions students, faculty and staff gathered to feast on burgers and play games during the Courtyard Cookout on Oct. 17. About 275 people, including more than 215 students, attended the two-hour event that featured balloon races, Walla Balla and a rope escape. Participants could also belt out their favorite tunes Karaoke-style, enjoy […]

  • Role of Allied Health Professionals in the Triple Aim

    • 10.28.2016
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  • Department of Dietetics and Nutrition Hosting Open House

    • 10.27.2016
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