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Center for Health Sciences
Thu, Sep 19, 2019
Initial collaboration to focus on making addiction care more available in rural areas via telehealth
Fri, Aug 23, 2019
The Association of American Indian Physicians has named an OSU Medicine student to serve as the first osteopathic medicine liaison for the Association of Native American Medical Students. Brandon Postoak, a second-year medical student at the Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Tulsa, was appointed to a one-year term as liaison with the goal of encouraging more Native Americans to consider careers in medicine and other health professions.
Mon, Aug 19, 2019
The day long Project ECHO Summit is Thursday, Aug. 29 on the OSU-CHS campus
Thu, Aug 15, 2019
Purdue Pharma L.P. (“Purdue”) and the National Center for Wellness & Recovery (the “Center”) at Oklahoma State University today announced an innovative collaboration focused on accelerating solutions to the opioid addiction crisis.
Thu, Jun 20, 2019
Oklahoma State University’s Center for Health Systems Innovation (CHSI) has entered into a two-year collaboration with Wolters Kluwer Health.
Fri, May 31, 2019
A $1.4 million award from the Center for Disease Control, awarded to the Oklahoma Department of Health and subcontracted to OSU Center for Health Sciences, will allow the Center for Wellness and Recovery to provide education on the use of prescription opioids, and treatment of opioid-use disorders in four of Oklahoma’s hardest hit communities: McAlester, Tahlequah, Duncan, and Ardmore.
About OSU Center for Health Sciences
OSU Center for Health Sciences is an academic health center comprised of the College of Osteopathic Medicine, the School of Biomedical Sciences, the School of Forensic Sciences, the School of Healthcare Administration and the School of Allied Health. OSU Center for Health Sciences educates osteopathic physicians, scientists, allied health professionals and health care administrators with an emphasis on serving rural and underserved Oklahoma. OSU Center for Health Sciences also serves as a major health care provider through an extensive clinic system in Tulsa and partnership with our teaching hospital, OSU Medical Center.
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