TTUHSC El Paso EMR Classes Turn Local High Schoolers into Heroes

Wednesday, June 6, 2018
In May, nine Mountain View High School students graduated from the school's inaugural emergency medicine responder (EMR) course, earning them state and national first-responder certifications. The course is offered through an affiliation agreement between the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso Department of Emergency Medicine’s Simulation Education Division, and the Clint Independent School District.

More than 150 hours of emergency responder training came down to a few crucial seconds for two Mountain View High School students this spring. Valeria Arellanes was at…

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PodMed TT – Early Colorectal Cancer Screening

Friday, June 8, 2018

At what age should colorectal cancer screening begin? As Rick and I discuss on PodMed TT this week, new guidelines from the American Cancer Society have reduced the…

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GGHSON Faculty to Represent Texas Nurses

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Two GGHSON faculty elected to represent TNA District 1, third to TNP Board of Directors

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New University Calendar Now Available

Monday, June 4, 2018

A new university calendar is now available on the academic website! The calendar is a one-stop resource for information on university events, deadlines, lectures and conferences, ceremonies and…

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PodMed TT – Do Nurse-Led Interventions Help Surrogate Decision-Makers?

Friday, June 1, 2018

Are nurses able to help surrogate decision-makers for ICU patients reduce depression and anxiety subsequent to the death of a loved one? A New England Journal of Medicine…

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