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Good nutrition is critical during cancer treatment, but side effects of chemotherapy and radiation can often cause patients to lose their appetites at a time when they need sustenance the most. As a registered dietitian at the University of Kentucky Markey Cancer Center, Rachel Miller does all she can to help patients get the nutrition and calories they need.
University of Kentucky medical residents, faculty pediatricians and nurses are becoming teachers of life-saving newborn resusitation skills through the Helping Babies Breathe program. The training prepares medical professionals to instruct birthing attendants in the developing world on fundamental steps to ensure a baby is breathing at birth.
Researchers from the University of Kentucky and the Sanders-Brown Center on Aging have been awarded the 2014 Asao Hirano Prize for their GWAS study on neurodegenerative disease.
You’re waiting to pick up your prescription and you notice all those people back in the Pharmacy Department. Who are those people and what are their roles?
Two researchers from the University of Kentucky have demonstrated a connection between sensitivity to light or noise and increased emotional symptoms in teens who have suffered a concussion.
October 20-26, 2013
HQW highlights the work of healthcare quality and patient safety professionals and their influence on improved patient care outcomes and healthcare delivery systems. Learn more about the National Association for Healthcare Quality »
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