Even when you cannot physically be at the hospital to check in on loved ones or speak with hospital care givers, it’s now possible to have those face-to-face conversations with the new Family Connect free video app and bedside technology.
In a nod to the NCAA basketball tournament, UAMS’ 12th St. Health and Wellness Center will present “March Man-ness,” where UAMS students and health professionals will offer free health screenings and health information to the public at its fourth annual event focusing on men’s health.
A University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) educator caught the attention recently of BuzzFeed, a global media company, for using Snapchat to engage his medical students.
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Jerad M. Gardner, MD, is an assistant professor of pathology and dermatology in the UAMS College of Medicine.
Arkansas Children’s Hospital learned today it has achieved Magnet® recognition from the American Nurses Credentialing Center. The accreditation puts Arkansas Children’s among the elite six percent of hospitals worldwide that have earned Magnet status.
Science Café Little Rock, co-sponsored by the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS), will hold its next public forum, Riding the Gravitational Waves, on March 28. Panelists will discuss particle interactions involved in galaxy formation and how gravitational waves, binary stars and black holes are created.
Science Café will be from 7-9 p.m. at Whole Hog Café, 12111 W. Markham St. Science Café is a relaxed opportunity for monthly exchanges with various experts. No reservations are needed, but seating is limited. Admission is free.