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By Lindsey Fiori and Ryan Clark
CHS contributors

Molly Taylor, MS, LAT, ATC, a Rehabilitation and Health Sciences doctoral candidate and research assistant, has received a $2,500 grant from the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Research & Education Foundation for an intervention study on emotional intelligence (EI) and burnout in healthcare profession (HCP) students.

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By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

It’s the season of love, and The Way Podcast is celebrating by talking to two rock stars in the Department of Athletic Training and Clinical Nutrition — Johanna Hoch, PhD, ATC and Matt Hoch, PhD, ATC.

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Cori will graduate in May 2024 with a bachelor’s degree in human health sciences, pre-athletic training. She plans to continue her education by attaining a doctorate of physical therapy. Mark Cornelison | UK Photo

 

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New undergrad award also created

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director
 

LEXINGTON, Ky. — One is a Chief of Staff at a university, while another is a researcher and assistant professor, and the third is a Director of Operational Performance. All are exemplary representatives of the College of Health Sciences — and all are now award winners.

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By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

When Tim Uhl was in the seventh grade — when he was playing sports and hoping he would continue to grow — his junior high football coach told his parents that his athletic career may have to come to an end.

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By Jeremy Tombs
WKYT

LEXINGTON, Ky. — Researchers at the University of Kentucky say they may have found the key to long-term knee health after an injury like an ACL tear.

It could also speed up a patient’s healing process.

With hundreds of thousands of cases a year, ACL injuries are common in the United States, but the road to recovery varies.

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By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

LEXINGTON, Ky. (Jan. 12, 2024) — It’s probable that those in the University of Kentucky College of Health Sciences’ (CHS) Department of Athletic Training and Clinical Nutrition will be rooting for the Bills, Dolphins and Steelers when the NFL playoffs start this weekend.

Why?

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By Hayden Gooding
UK Now

LEXINGTON, Ky. (Jan. 11, 2024) — A team of researchers at the University of Kentucky College of Health Sciences has found a potential way to help patients with anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries return to their sports and daily activities faster. 

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Here at the CHS News Desk, we love a good list. And we also love a good ranking. 

So what better time to revisit some of our biggest stories than now? We've put together a list of the 10 stories that have been most read (and most viewed, and most clicked on) by you, our faithful audience, in 2023. 

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Congratulations to all our 2023 graduates in the College of Health Sciences!

On Dec. 15, the fall semester wrapped up with our annual commencement ceremonies. 

Our latest CHS graduates were honored, and they celebrated as they prepare to go out and help the citizens of our Commonwealth and world. 

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