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UK, Norton announce new partnership

The University of Kentucky College of Health Sciences Physician Assistant Studies program and Norton Healthcare are launching a preceptor partnership program. The first cohort of physician assistant (PA) students will begin their clinical clerkship rotations with preceptors in the Norton Healthcare system in Louisville this June. Norton Healthcare has pledged nearly $715,000 over three years

Kentucky Center for Smoke-free Policy recognizes policymakers, advocates

Elected officials and advocates from the Mayfield City Council were awarded the Kentucky Center for Smoke-free Policy’s (KCSP) Smoke-free Indoor Air Endeavor Award at the University of Kentucky College of Nursing’s KCSP annual Spring Conference.  The event was held April 29 at the Doubletree Suites in Lexington. Members of the Mayfield City Council were recognized for their

UK physician assistant student featured in Forbes

Glenn L. Means III, a University of Kentucky College of Health Sciences Physician Assistant Studies student, was one of three graduate students selected for an eight-week fellowship with Health for America in the summer of 2013. The fellowship, which was a pilot-program, recently garnered the attention of Forbes online magazine. “I was very fortunate to

UK hosting free lecture on hip preservation techniques

Join two UK HealthCare experts for a free lecture and information session on hip preservation techniques on Saturday, Jan. 25. UK orthopaedic surgeons Dr. Stephen Duncan and Dr. Ryan Muchow will discuss new hip preservation treatment options. These techniques may be used to treat many conditions including femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), hip labral tears, hip dysplasia,

University of Kentucky, Kentucky National Guard announce partnership

University of Kentucky President Eli Capilouto and Major General Ed Tonini, Adjutant General for the Kentucky National Guard, signed a Memorandum of Understanding outlining a framework for a wide range of collaborative projects. “The National Guard has a unique dual mission, with both federal and state assignments,” Tonini said. “This partnership with the University of