Texas Health Resources in Denton Business & Community News|
Texas Health Resources in Denton Business & Community News
The October issue of the Denton Business & Community News featured the Texas Health Resources Prodigy program. The program offers students part time employment at a Texas Health hospital and covers the cost of education toward an associate degree in nursing or allied health. Darchelle Scott, a Prodigy student at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Denton, and Jim Dunn, Texas Health’s Chief Learning Officer, were quoted.
Texas Health Fort Worth on KXAS-TV
Dr. Robert Genzel, emergency physician on the medical staff at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth, was interviewed for a Nov. 3 story dispelling the myths and rumors about other vaccines that allegedly help prevent H1N1. The story aired on KXAS-TV (Ch. 5) at 10 p.m.
Texas Health Plano in Plano Star Courier
Photos of Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano’s annual “trunk-or-treat” Halloween event at the hospital’s Seay Child Care Center were featured on the front page of the Plano Star Courier on Nov. 1. The event, typically held outside, was moved inside due to inclement weather.
Texas Health Research & Education CME Series on National Web Sites
News on Texas Health Research & Education Institute’s continuing medical education series on antimicrobial use and infection prevention appeared on national Web sites, including Reuters.com, Yahoo! News, redOrbit.com, chron.com and EarthTimes.com. The aim of the six-part series is to host a national discussion on strategies to help curb further bacterial resistance to antibiotics.
All coverage is subject to change due to late-breaking news events. Sign-in or subscription may be required on some Web sites.