With PAs going up in space, it begs the question: What exactly is a Physician Assistant?

By Austin Robinson
CHS Contributor

Hayley Arceneaux’s story is one of hope, perseverance, and firsts.

Haven't heard of her? At 29 years old, Hayley is breaking boundaries as the youngest traveler beyond the Earth’s...

Apr 20, 2021

‘A Community of Practice’

Project ECHO reaching out to help those in rural areas

By Isabel Phillips
CHS Contributor

From across the country to the University of Kentucky, Project ECHO is helping to reduce health disparities in underserved areas of the...

Apr 8, 2021

DPT student Allison Hoey got experience helping COVID patients at Cardinal Hill

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

Allison Hoey always wanted to be a physical therapist, ever since she was a young athlete.

It made sense. She’d had a lot of experience working with PTs. She can tell you that...

Apr 7, 2021

CHS proved to be gateway for disease investigator Jahvona Pretty

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

The College of Health Sciences at UK is known as the Gateway to the Health Professions.

There’s no better example of that than Jahvona Pretty.

Pretty started at UK in 2016...

Apr 7, 2021

CHS webinar discussion: How to deal with racist patients

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

“Why don’t you go back to India?”

Sachin Jane, MD, MBA, was shocked. His patient, a person who was not suffering from any kind of neurological problem, was belligerent, and acting...

Apr 5, 2021

'We’ve all grown up in the program’

AT students reflect on a rewarding first year

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

It all started about a year ago with Zoom classes and learning skills from their homes. It has evolved into a challenging, yet rewarding...

Mar 31, 2021

'Improve their quality of life'

Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month is a time to remember those who have experienced it, showcase those doing research

3 Questions with … Gera Geetanjali, PhD, PT

By Isabel Phillips
CHS Contributor

Clay Walker. Jack Osbourne...

Mar 30, 2021

Diversity Pipeline has already started bringing in talented students

By Isabel Phillips
CHS Contributor

Just a few years ago, Jade Smith was sitting in her classroom at Bryan Station High School listening to a presentation about Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD).

Standing in front of...

Mar 25, 2021

‘Adapt and Overcome’

RHB Alums Help Start AT Professional Program

by Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

Each had a different passion. One always wanted to be a teacher. Another developed a love for research. Yet another was an often-...

Mar 24, 2021

National Academies of Practice Inducts Janice Kuperstein, PhD, PT

The National Academies of Practice (NAP) is pleased to announce the election of Janice Kuperstein, PhD, PT, as a Distinguished Scholar & Fellow. Class of 2021 Fellows were welcomed into the National Academies of Practice as part of a virtual...

Mar 22, 2021