The Scope Weekly News Letter
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A $5,000 grant will enable the clinic to offer breast exams and screening mammograms.
The branch features an interactive video teller and offices for private, live video banking.
Watch Dr. Lange’s video to learn more about our Values-Based Culture initiative.
Chief of Infectious Diseases Dr. Armando Meza answers your questions.
A variety of resources are available for health care workers leading the fight against COVID-19.
TTUHSC El Paso, TTP El Paso and local organizations ask for your help to reduce the risk of COVID-19 in our community.
Visit the Student and Employees section of our microsite.
This week's topics include vaccinating adolescents for COVID-19, atrial fibrillation monitoring and stroke, the Indian COVID-19 variant in the U.K., and vaccinations and public health measures to control COVID-19 infection.
Events, conferences, and continuing medical education activities open to the public.
"Children’s Health Risk Associated with Flooding," presented by Sarah Watkins, D.O.
"Picking the Right Pill: A Practical Guide to Prescription of Oral Contraceptive Pills," presented by Aparna Sridhar, M.D., M.P.H., FACOG.
"Diagnosis and Management of Preschool ADHD," presented by Patty Huang, M.D.
"Street Drugs in the House: Misuse of Household Products, Over-the-Counter Medications and Vape Juices by Adolescents," presented by Stephanie T. Weiss, M.D., Ph.D.
"Resuscitation with Whole Blood in Trauma, Beneficial in Other Surgical Disciplines? What’s New with Anemia Management?" presented by Bradford Ray, RABT, and Jesse Qiao, M.D.
"Cultural and Diversity Considerations Within, Through, and Adjacent to Simulation-Based Experiences in Health Professions Education," presented by Matthew Charnetski, Ph.D.c, CHSE, CHSOS.
Effective May 31, Dr. Rosas Blum will no longer see patients at TTP El Paso.
Save the Date: Current Best Practices in Patient Blood Management, Transfusion and Hemostasis - Nov. 19
Make plans for the inaugural symposium.
The Southwest Center for Pediatric Environmental Health and the Department of Emergency Medicine presents this Webex educational series.
Presented by the Southwest Center for Pediatric Environmental Health and TTUHSC El Paso.
Learn how wearing a mask and other mitigation practices drive virus transmission rates down and how these practices affected the 2020-2021 flu season.
As part of a research study, Texas CARES is providing up to three free COVID-19 antibody tests over a six-month period to Texans 5-80 years of age.
The Department of Molecular and Translational Medicine seeks to understand the impact and behavior related to COVID-19 among our border population. The first 460 individuals to complete the survey will receive a $10 Visa gift card. (One-card limit per individual).
Call the mental health hotline or visit the Virtual Relaxation Room.
Hosted by Rio Vista Behavioral Health from 6 to 7 p.m. every Wednesday.
This online activity, directed by Jennifer Salinas, Ph.D., M.S.W., addresses patient experience, barriers to care, physician bias, consequences of bias and other related topics.
Take advantage of telehealth services.
Institutional Faculty Development Program 19
This program is designed to help faculty apply adult teaching and learning principles face-to-face and online.
IFDP 19 Courses
An overview of program blocks and online courses.
How to design and deliver effective in-person or online sessions with a positive impact on adult learners.
How to develop a quality online course in four phases: planning, designing, developing and implementing.
Presentations provide knowledge and skills for effective online teaching.
This course provides information on eLearning technology available to TTUHSC El Paso faculty and staff.
Learn how to access and navigate the library website, use EndNote Online and the Cite While You Write plugin, write copyright permissions and identify predatory publishers.
How faculty can successfully apply adult teaching and learning principles in face-to-face and online learning environments.
An introduction to epidemiology, biostatistics, and social science research.
This course will guide participants through the process of writing a scientific article and submitting it to a peer-reviewed journal.
This course provides information on the overview of simulation and its use across all fields of health care training.
Improve your leadership skills through self-discovery, group discussions and collaborative networking.
Learn about effective communication and active listening skills, difficult conversations, disruptive behavior, dealing with disruptive students and conflict management skills.
Onboarding, career stages, retirement planning, time management, mentoring skills, career and scholarship planning, and more.
Culture and Diversity
Find out what lectures, panel discussions, and presentations are coming up from the Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Global Health.
Get to know the TTUHSC El Paso Pride Alliance student group and enjoy some delicious treats.
The TTUHSC El Paso Pride Alliance presents a film about a Mexican trans woman's struggles to build a life for herself as an undocumented immigrant in New York City.
Impact of COVID-19 on Health and Access to Health Care and Social Services Among Sexual and Gender-Diverse Texans by Race, Ethnicity, and Gender - June 30
The TTUHSC El Paso Pride Alliance student group hosts a Webex presentation featuring UTEP epidemiologist Oralia Loza, Ph.D., and Phillip W. Schnarrs, Ph.D., an associate professor in the Department of Population Health at Dell Medical School at UT Austin.
Make plans for the 10th annual conference.
Stocked with staple items, the pantry is available for free to all students in need.
Would you like to learn conversational Spanish to improve the quality of patient care? Click for more information on learning Spanish in a group setting.
The Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Global Health is looking for fluent Spanish speakers to serve as facilitators in the Spanish Lab.
Read articles by TTUHSC El Paso researchers recently published in PubMed.
A systematic review and synthesis of qualitative and quantitative studies evaluating provider, patient, and health care system-related barriers to diagnostic skin cancer examinations
Stay up-to-date with campus announcements, informational sessions, and trainings.
Campus parking and shuttle service changes will take effect on June 1.
Welcome to TTUHSC El Paso! Reserve your spot to have your photo taken for the academic website.
Need a photo for the academic website? Reserve your spot today.
Welcome to the TTUHSC El Paso family!
The new shuttle tracking application offers up-to-the-minute estimated time of arrivals and alerts when a shuttle is approaching a shuttle stop.
Learn about the proper use of university logos, stationery, PowerPoint templates and other branding assets. Virtual trainings are once a month on Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m.
The Office of Sponsored Programs has updated the policy to offer flexibility for principal investigators, department chairs/deans and grant administrators.
Apartment community welcomes TTUHSC El Paso faculty, staff, students and residents.
Join this employer-based team walking challenge.
Hoodies, polo shirts and caps are available from Proper Print Shop's online store.
The Foster School of Medicine welcomes faculty and students from all TTUHSC El Paso schools to use the LEMM for collaborative research projects.
As campus-wide moves take place, the Department of Safety Services would like to remind personnel about electrical/fire safety issues.
The IT Department would like to remind all faculty, staff and students about the proper process for responding to an IT security incident.
Reminders for students, faculty and staff.
Click here for more information on parking at TTUHSC El Paso.
Some things to consider before clicking suspicious links.
Click to view TTUHSC El Paso holidays.