The Barbara and Richard Csomay Center for Gerontological Excellence, an interprofessional center housed in the UI College of Nursing, is leading the way to support and improve the care of older adults … [Read More...]
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ATV safety & youth: Q & A with Dr. Jennissen
Dr. Charles Jennissen, a pediatric emergency medicine physician in the University of Iowa Department of Emergency Medicine and the Stead Family Department of Pediatrics, was 19 years old when his … [Read More...]
Teen risky online behaviors: Q & A with Dr. Rachel Young
Parents worry about how much adolescents use their smartphones and other media devices and how and with whom they are interacting. Children can encounter cyberbullying, sexting, and strangers online. … [Read More...]
Frostbite injuries: Q & A with Dr. Wibbenmeyer
In cold temperatures frostbite, a freezing injury, can lead to serious health outcomes without rapid medical care. Often frostbite affects the fingers and toes, and in extreme situations can lead to … [Read More...]
2022: Our Year of IVP in Review
This past summer a call to action was published in the American Journal of Public Health which highlighted a national survey of leaders in accredited public health schools and programs in the U.S. … [Read More...]