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Composed by Alyssa Barigian, MBA

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Case Managers Get You Connected

Written by Tonya Cochran, RN, BSN, RDCS, CES and Lindy Rodgers, RN Reviewed by Kenneth Hackney, MD Case Management is all about teamwork and customer service. The Commission for Case Manager Certification defines Case Management as a “collaborative process that assesses, plans, implements, coordinates, monitors, and evaluates the [...]

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Help Us Keep You Safe

Written by Catharyn Schmidtke, RN II (Infection Prevention/Nursing Quality Staff Nurse) Reviewed by Deborah Motley, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC Last year at Student Health Services (SHS), the clinic saw over 43,000 medical visits. Many students came in with illnesses that could have been avoided with better hand hygiene practices. One of [...]

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We LOVE our Nurses!

Composed by Alyssa Barigian, Marketing Manager May 6-12, 2017 is National Nurses Week! This year, the American Nurses Association is focusing on "Nursing: The Balance of Mind, Body, and Spirit." To honor our nursing staff at Texas A&M University Student Health Services, we've decided to showcase their continuous hard [...]

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Lab Professionals GET RESULTS

Written by Student Health Services Laboratory Administrator, Jo Ann Culpepper National Medical Laboratory Professionals Week (NMLPW) is an annual celebration of the medical laboratory professionals and pathologists who play a vital role in every aspect of health care.  NMLPW is not only a time to celebrate their professionalism [...]

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Dining Out: Tips for Healthy Choices One Forkful at a Time

Written by Student Health Services Dietetic Intern, Ellee Ellison "Put your Best Fork Forward." National Nutrition Month, 2017 Eating out is a part of the college lifestyle. Many students use it as a time to hang out with friends or feel it’s convenient when they don't [...]

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Howdy, Ags!

Howdy, Ags! SHS is starting a new blog where we talk with health care professionals and give you advice, comments, and information related to health. Check back soon for our first post!

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