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James Tucker, OMS II,  has been awarded the prestigious Wetzel Scholarship from the William L. Wetzel Education and Research Foundation, a non-profit Foundation and an affiliate of the Missouri Association of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons (MAOPS). Tucker received the Scholarship on April 27, 2013 at the Missouri Osteopathic Annual Convention held at The Lodge of Four Seasons.

The Wetzel Foundation’s Scholarship Committee selects the winners based on academics, leadership potential, and dedication to the principles of osteopathic medicine. Recipients receive a financial scholarship annually until post-graduate training is completed. Scholars also attend the Missouri Osteopathic Annual Convention expense free during their training years. Tucker attended the Annual Convention and participated in the MAOPS House of Delegates, the Young Physicians Committee, and other activities designed for the future leaders of the organization.

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ATSU-ASDOH D2 students Ivette Jorge, Nez Mutlu, Andrew Serrano, and Ryan Smith recently visited Murphy School District in Phoenix to provide dental education and treatment to students through an unique event called Murphy’s Macho Molars.

The ATSU-ASDOH student-driven event aimed at increasing oral health knowledge, like demonstrating proper brushing techniques, to elementary-aged school children.  Jorge, Mutlu, Serrano and Smith also provided an opportunity for these young patients to receive fluoride varnish treatment, a coating that is applied to teeth to prevent cavities.

Murphy’s Macho Molars took place at the Murphy Children’s Clinic, a no-cost, school-based, comprehensive dental home for the children who live in the Murphy School District.

The event is part of ATSU-ASDOH’s Dentistry in the Community, which gives students a chance to build unique community collaborations and provide oral healthcare services to patients in undeserved communities.

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2013-05-20_PT-Aquatics-Lab_73 Physical therapy students from the class of 2015 attended an aquatics lab hosted by the Ross Farnsworth East Valley YMCA on May 20. Sixty-two students learned a variety of techniques that are commonly used in physical therapy, and how to to treat a patient that may benefit from being in an aquatic environment compared to land.

Patients that have incurred a stroke or an orthopedic surgery often do better in an aquatic environment as it lends to ease of movement in the water. “The water environment is beneficial for many types of patients throughout the lifespan, so our physical therapy students need to know how to work with patients with neurological and orthopedic conditions as well as cardiovascular compromised patients while in the pool,” said John Heick, PT,DPT, OCS, associate professor, physical therapy.

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The Museum of Osteopathic MedicineSM, located on the A.T. Still University (ATSU) campus, announced the launch of Blue Star Museums, a collaboration among the National Endowment for the Arts, Blue Star Families, and the Department of Defense. More than 1,800 museums across America will offer free admission to all active duty military personnel and their families beginning Memorial Day through Labor Day 2013. Leadership support has been provided by MetLife Foundation through Blue Star Families. Read more here.

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 A.T. Still University’s Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine is holding the 2nd annual Pencil Drive to benefit the Schuyler County Title One program.

Donate your old school supplies to help students finish out the school year with basic items like pencils, glue, index cards, etc. Collection bins will be available in the Centennial Commons until May 25.

Last year the Biomedical Sciences Club collected 718 pencils, 1,748 sheets of colored paper, 172 markers, and many other items.

 

 

 

 

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