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Delgado first OSU-COM med student named AACOM’s National Student D.O. of the Year

OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine student Paul Delgado has been recognized as the National Student D.O. of the Year by the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine.
American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine President and CEO Robert A. Cain, D.O., (left) and W. Joshua Cox, D.O., executive dean on the Kansas City University College of Osteopathic Medicine (right) present third-year OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine student Paul Delgado (center) with the 2024 National Student D.O. of the Year Award at the AACOM Emerging Leaders Conference.
How a focus on health and human performance can boost business productivity

Thu, Oct 26, 2023

Lance Walker, who leads OSU’s Human Performance and Nutrition Research Institute (HPNRI) as the inaugural Rick and Gail Muncrief Executive Director, spoke Tuesday at a workshop on obesity, current and future treatments and how employers can help motivate their employees to live a more healthy lifestyle.

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Behavioral Health Workforce Development Fund RFP open for submissions

Mon, Oct 09, 2023

In order to increase Tulsa’s offering of behavioral health services and achieve long-term local retention of behavioral health professionals, Oklahoma State University Medical Authority (OSUMA) has established a one-time grant program to launch or support initiatives that recruit or train behavioral health clinicians and other behavioral health staff working in the City of Tulsa.

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Athletic Training ECHO teaches concussion prevention, signs of symptoms

Wed, Aug 16, 2023

Oklahoma State University’s Human Performance and Nutrition Research Institute is working to tackle one of the biggest topics in sports safety today — concussions. The recently launched Athletic Training-Sports Management ECHO kicked off its series on concussions Aug. 9 with a session on the assessment and diagnosis of concussions. The session covered the newest research and publications on diagnosing concussions and the new standard definition of concussions along with a case presentation.

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Half-Century Highlights: OSU College of Ostopathic Medicine's legacy is growing

Wed, Aug 31, 2022

Oklahoma was combating a rural physician shortage so severe that in 1972, state leaders came together to create and pass Oklahoma Bill 461 establishing the osteopathic medical school.

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Extension and OSU-CHS partner to offer mental health care to farmers and ranchers

Wed, Aug 31, 2022

Heal the Harvester provides OSU Extension educators and other community leaders with the knowledge and skills to identify a mental health crisis and connect farmers and ranchers with medical assistance.

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Expanding Services: OSU-CHS growing footprint in Tulsa, NE Oklahoma

Wed, Aug 31, 2022

In 1972, it was founded as the Oklahoma College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery, then in 1988 it became Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Nine years later it expanded to become the OSU Center for Health Sciences. Now, through historic and exceptional partnerships, the OSU Center for Health Sciences continues to change lives in Oklahoma and across the country.

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