Public Health
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  • Sep 22 2021

The leadership development and research training program is designed to empower rural Kentucky high school students with skills to identify and develop solutions to health and social issues.

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  • Aug 3 2021

The fellowships were developed to enhance medical students’ understanding of health disparities, political and social inequalities, and health care inequities experienced by Black Americans.

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  • Jul 29 2021

The partnership creates new opportunities for to better serve patients throughout Kentucky, southern Ohio and West Virginia by expanding health care services throughout the region.

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  • Jul 29 2021

Jazmen Fugate and Jayla Ledford of Perry County became the first two certified community health workers as part of the Students Striving Toward Better Health in Self and Community initiative.

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  • Jul 29 2021

The book is edited by UK faculty members Dr. James W. Holsinger Jr. and Dr. F. Douglas Scutchfield.

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  • Jul 19 2021

As the COVID delta variant continues to spread across the United States, questions remain around both vaccine effectiveness and vaccination rates, and what these numbers could mean moving into the fall.

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  • May 4 2021

Researchers from UK College of Nursing are surveying frontline workers in order to improve infection control practices in health care settings as part of Project Firstline.

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  • Apr 28 2021

The UPenn Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics will host a virtual conference featuring speakers including Dr. Joseph Benitez of the University of Kentucky College of Public Health.

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  • Apr 27 2021

The Kentucky Overdose Data 2 Action (OD2A) Community Summit is set for this Thursday, April 29, and has a special emphasis on the types of drugs involved in overdose deaths and the age groups that experienced the greatest increase in deaths.

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  • Apr 13 2021

Alumna Sydney Clark never allowed her disability to stop her from achieving her goals: attending and graduating from the University of Kentucky. Now Clark, along with a team of dedicated faculty and staff, are looking to expand access for students who are blind or vision impaired.