The DMD Class of 2020 signed its Code of Conduct this afternoon! Read more about this special tradition at the College of Dentistry, established in 2001 following the tragic events on 9/11. Class of 2020 Signs Code of Conduct: http://dental.ufl.edu/2016/12/09/dmd-class-of-2020-signs-code-of-conduct/
Congratulations to our faculty members who were honored during the University of Florida International Center UFIC's International Week. Dr. Claudia Senesac of the UF Department of Physical Therapy received the college's International Educator of the Year for her work with the Nicaragua Project. Dr. Elizabeth Wood, director of the Bachelor of Public Health program, won first place in the faculty, staff and alumni category of the Global Culture Photo Contest for her amazing photo of a Maasai warrior. We are so proud! http://bit.ly/2gkQo3Q
CONGRATULATIONS, GRADUATES! #UFGrad
Meet our staff’s top pick for improving the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, skin tone and texture: TNS Essential Serum® by SkinMedica®. It is appropriate for all skin types, and IT WORKS.
Meet Nicholas Mudra, a senior in the Bachelor of Health Science program. A former firefighter with Marion County Fire Rescue and a paramedic, Nicholas is now pursuing his dream of becoming a physician assistant. "I have never been more excited for my future," he says. Read more: http://bit.ly/2h7iVXr
Carol Ray Skipper is the author of Funalicious, a book about the exciting adventures of Edward and his family. The illustrations in Funalicious were created by some of our pediatric patients at UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital. If you’d like to purchase a signed copy, please e-mail Carol at firstname.lastname@example.org. Books are also available for purchase online at Amazon or Barnes & Noble. Proceeds are being donated to the Arts in Medicine Program at UF Health Shands. Book is recommended for children ages 2-8. #perfectholidaygift #tistheseason #funalicious
Taking a trip back in time, second-year pharmacy students in the History of Pharmacy elective course are learning about compounding in 1928. Today, they made traditional lotions, powders and pills
Congratulations to the UF Health Jacksonville School of Radiologic Technology Class of 2016 who are graduating this evening. This program offers a professional radiography program structured academically and clinically to give students optimum preparation for a rewarding career in radiography. Good luck to the recent graduates!
The University of Florida’s Rita Kobb National Nursing Informatics Symposium is coming up February 3, 2017! Registration is NOW OPEN: http://kobbsymposium.nursing.ufl.edu/register/ The abstract submission deadline has been extended to January 6, 2017. Submit Abstract: http://kobbsymposium.nursing.ufl.edu/call-for-abstracts/ The symposium is a bi-yearly lectureship series that explores topics in nursing and biomedical informatics. This year’s symposium titled: “Precision Health: The Intersection of Nursing Practice and Data Science” will include a full slate of expert scholar presenters and offer CEU credits.
It's National #Handwashing Awareness Week! Stay healthy by practicing good hygiene every day, everywhere. (Infographic via GOOD)
We are sorry to share the news of the passing of Dr. Jeffrey Michael Hanley, a member of the DMD Class of 1999, on November 27, 2016. Our thoughts go out to his family and friends. http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/gainesville/obituary.aspx?n=jeffrey-michael-hanley&pid=182836515
Looking for the perfect holiday gifts? The Harn Museum of Art Store will be in the main atrium on Monday. 10% of the proceeds will support AIM.
Support of UF Health Shands Children’s Hospital and Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals has enabled us to save countless children’s lives…perhaps even the life a child you know and love.#GiveHopeUFHealth
The fall issue of The Gator Nurse, our INSPIRE issue, is out! Read the digital copy here: http://gatornurse.nursing.ufl.edu/ Go Gator Nurses!
We are so lucky to work with people like Sharla Alexander and Caronne Rush, the college's 2016 Employees of the Year! Read what their co-workers had to say: http://bit.ly/2gHNg16