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On Sept. 11, global attention will turn to the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks that targeted New York City and Washington D.C. and changed the world. The University of Texas at Arlington is home to researchers who are examining the long-lasting impact of that day, providing support for veterans returning from war and developing innovative technologies to increase Homeland Security.
Microbiologist is developing a treatment for one of the most widespread hospital infections.
UT Arlington College of Nursing Associate Dean Beth Mancini is one of a dozen educators from across the United States who will be inducted later this year into the National League for Nursing's Academy of Nursing Education.
A new MRI-based study of children with dyslexia by a UT Arlington professor could explain why a small percentage of dyslexic children don't respond to current teaching strategies.
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A UT Arlington bioengineer believes he can give physicians vital information that could lead to better therapy for patients afflicted with cerebral palsy.
Five students in UT Arlington's Honors College will present research at the Great Plains Honors Council annual meeting being held at UT Arlington.
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A University of Texas at Arlington College of Engineering team has received two National Science Foundation grants worth a combined $802,000 to develop an adaptive, game-driven system to improve physical and mental assessments of children with cerebral palsy.
A University of Texas at Arlington College of Nursing professor’s use of 3D gaming technology to teach students about in-hospital pediatric care has earned her the top spot in a competition sponsored by the Society for Simulation in Healthcare. Judy Leflore will present her study – which explored whether a specially designed 3D video game worked as well as a lecture in teaching nursing students to respond in a clinical setting - during the Society for Simulation’s 11th International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare in January in New Orleans. Her research abstract was selected as first place winner in the category of Emerging and Innovative Technologies and Methods.
Dr. Ignacio Nunez’s parents taught him the value of a good education long before he was a successful Arlington doctor or a UT Arlington Distinguished Alumna.
A UT Arlington associate nursing dean is co-author of a new, nationally-noted paper that raises questions about the effectiveness of in-hospital use of automated external defibrillators, or AEDs. The findings from the research team that included UT Arlington professor Beth Mancini and other researchers say that while AEDs improve survival for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest, similar use in a hospital setting does not lead to an improved rate of survival. The work is published in the Nov. 17, 2010 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association, and is available online.
The UT Arlington College of Nursing and College of Engineering have received $634,500 in federal funds to kick off Smart Care – a discovery and demonstration center for technologies to help senior citizens, people with disabilities and injured veterans live healthier and longer in their own homes.
The University of Texas at Arlington’s College of Nursing will stage a disaster preparedness demonstration for its students from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, at the Campus Recreation Fields Complex, near Fielder Road and Mitchell Street.
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Students and professors from UT Arlington's School of Urban and Public Affairs are teaming with Dallas city planners and the Oak Cliff Chamber of Commerce in the new Oak Cliff Storefront, a design and development partnership benefiting southwest Dallas.
“An Empirical Examination of the Safety and Efficiency Implications of Patient Room Handedness” took home the Best International Research Project award this month at the 2010 Design & Health International Academy Awards at the University of Toronto in Canada. Researchers’ examination of hospital rooms designed for right or left-handed health-care workers and whether other standardization of the rooms is needed drew praise from judges.
The director of The University of Texas at Arlington’s pediatric nurse practitioner program has been named a fellow in the National League for Nursing’s Academy of Nursing Education.
UT Arlington partners with Texas Health Resources, Good Shepherd Health System to expand nursing education in Texas
The University of Texas at Arlington College of Nursing is partnering with Good Shepherd Health System in East Texas and Arlington-based Texas Health Resources in two grants designed to increase the number of registered nurses in Texas and faculty who teach them.
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