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TCU Chris Watts
Thought Leadership / Research

TCU Dean Joins State Task Force to Address Health Care Workforce Shortage

Posted on Jun. 17, 2024, by Liliana Green

Chris R. Watts, Marilyn & Morgan Davies Dean of Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences at TCU, will serve on a new task force to aid in expanding the health care workforce in the state of Texas.

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Andy Kreutzer TCU
Kinesiology / Research

TCU Alum Revolutionizes Pediatric Respiratory Health

Posted on May. 20, 2024, by Kelly Kjetsaa

Exploring the boundaries of pediatric health, Ph.D. in Health Sciences grad Andreas Kreutzer redefines research in pediatric respiratory wellness.

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Student presents her research

Exploring Boundless Horizons at Annual Student Research Conference

Posted on Apr. 14, 2024, by Liliana Green

Students gather to showcase their research prowess at the annual Student Research Conference, celebrating the scholarly achievements of budding researchers and showcased the limitless frontiers of the health sciences.

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Leaders in Parkinsons's Disease lecture

Colors of Holistic Care for People with Parkinson's

Posted on Apr. 01, 2024, by Kelly Kjetsaa

Renowned neurologist and Professor Bastiaan Bloem, MD, discusses a holistic approach to Parkinson’s disease care, advocating for environmental awareness and patient advocacy.

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2024 Three-Minute Thesis Competition Winners
Kinesiology / Communication Sciences & Disorders / Research

2024 Three-Minute Thesis Competition

Posted on Mar. 26, 2024, by Liliana Green

An 80,000 word thesis would take nine hours to present. These graduate students had to do it in three minutes.

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Fort Worth-area senior citizens participating in Texas Dance, a pilot program designed to assess heart rate through dancing.
Diversity-Equity-Inclusion / Community Outreach / Research / Nursing

Health Literacy: A Catalyst for Change

Posted on Feb. 06, 2024, by Liliana Green

Carol Howe studies racial disparities, diabetes and children. Black, Hispanic and Native American populations suffer significantly higher rates of diabetes than do white people.

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Autumn Henry presents research
Research / Social Work

Social Work Student Takes the Lead On Mental Health Research and Advocacy

Posted on Jan. 16, 2024, by Liliana Green

One student’s research examining COVID-19's impact on college students leads to a vision for change surrounding mental health care in young adults.

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Carol Howe
Community Outreach / Nursing / Diversity-Equity-Inclusion / Research

Meet Carol Howe, the Paula R. and Ronald C. Parker Endowed Professor

Posted on Nov. 09, 2023, by Liliana Green

Carol Howe, Ph.D., RN, CDCES, FAAN, director of nursing research and scholarship at TCU, was named the inaugural Paula R. and Ronald C. Parker Endowed Professor.

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