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A health care provider’s beliefs about a particular treatment may have a strong influence on the patient’s outcome, according to a study by researchers in the department of physical therapy.
People who first became intoxicated before age 15 may have a greater risk of dying prematurely, according to a study led by UF researchers in the department of epidemiology.
Dr. Kalyani Sonawane and colleagues found that one drug therapy outshines other strategies in patients whose blood pressure isn’t well-controlled with initial drug treatment.
In the Spotlight
Rehabilitation Science Students Recognized at PHHP Convocation
- Alison Barnard was selected for the Frederick Family Scholarship for her dedication, service to the profession, exceptional dependability, and treatment of others.
- Trevor Lentz received the Best Paper award for applied rehabilitation science for his paper, Development of a Yellow Flag Assessment Tool for Orthopaedic Physical Therapists: Results From the Optimal Screening for Prediction of Referral and Outcome (OSPRO) Cohort
- Recent PhD graduate, Jay Nair’s paper, Histological identification of phrenic afferent projections to the spinal cord was selected for Best Paper in basic science.
The University of Florida College of Public Health and Health Professions has established a new educational model that focuses on the integration of public health problem-solving and individual patient care.
Jun 23rd, 2017
Several College of Public Health and Health Professions faculty members were awarded tenure or promotion for the 2016-2017 cycle.
Jun 15th, 2017
Writing in The Conversation, Dr. Ashish Deshmukh explains why shortening radiation therapy is not only effective but also cost-saving.
May 24th, 2017
Read the May issue for news and updates from the college's departments and programs.