Dallas Digest

Mari Tietze (nursing) presented “Statewide Study to Assess Nurses’ Experiences Using their Electronic Health Record: An Update" at the Rita Kobb Symposium held Feb. 15 in Gainesville, Florida. The

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Occupational therapy faculty members and students hosted the 26th annual Vanderkooi Endowed Lectureship and Community Building Workshops Friday, Feb. 8. More than 300 people attended the endowed

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Under the leadership of faculty coordinator Kathy Shirley (physical therapy), students Kailey Sanders (occupational therapy), Kristen Stucky (physical therapy) and Lenna King (nursing), held the

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Congratulations to Ann Medley (physical therapy) who received the Joan M. Mills award from the Academy of Geriatric Physical Therapy (AGPT) during the American Physical Therapy Association’s (APTA)

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Headshots that were taken on campus in December are available for download on the TWU photo shelter. Please use the "gallery" password - Pioneer_Proud. 

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Ho Soon Michelle Cho received the Marquis Who’s Who Lifetime Achievement Award. They recognized her achievement of career longevity and demonstration of unwavering excellence in her profession,

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Sharon L. Van Sell (nursing) was recognized by Continental Who's Who as a Pinnacle Professional in the field of nursing in recognition of her role as professor and researcher at Texas Woman's

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TWU Dallas hosted the Annual Winter Lunch for Faculty and Staff on Dec. 4.  Almost 100 Texas Woman's University employees enjoyed turkey with all the sides and desserts. Special thanks to Alan Utter

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Congratulations to Asha Vas (occupational therapy) who has been credentialed through the Brain Injury Association of America as a Certified Brain Injury Specialist Trainer (CBIST). Marsha Neville

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Under the leadership of Chin-Nu Lin (nursing), several nursing students made educational presentations covering hand hygiene and infection prevention, medication administration and balanced nutrition

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