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Clint Draney

The little project that could

Two years ago, Saul Rivera, MS, PA-C, ’17, got a call from family members in Mexico. His grandmother was having a hard time speaking and felt very weak.

Posted In: Features
December 8, 2017
Dr. Sharan Kaur

The sweet spot

ATSU-SOMA graduates 103 new doctors ATSU-SOMA celebrated the class of 2017 at its commencement ceremony on Friday, May 26. Families and friends packed the Mesa Arts Center to see 103 graduates receive their DO degrees. […]

Posted In: Features
December 7, 2017
ATSU-SOMA students observe as ATSU-ASDOH students provide dental care.

Leading the charge for interprofessional education

The lines that divide healthcare professions are blurring. ATSU is working to make interprofessional expertise the norm for the next generation of healthcare providers.

Posted In: Features
August 4, 2017
students at Poverty Simulation

The case for inclusion

Two white males in their 40s present lower back pain to the same physician – both elicit the same symptoms. According to their histories, both patients are relatively the same on paper.

Posted In: Features
August 4, 2017
Students from ATSU-KCOM participate in Missouri Osteopathic Medicine Awareness Day at the state Capitol in Jefferson City.

The women of ATSU

From the very beginning of ATSU’s history, women have stood shoulder to shoulder with men to become osteopathic physicians.

Posted In: Features
August 4, 2017