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Human Health Sciences

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director
 

With any luck, she’s already arrived in Tokyo, even though she doesn’t compete until the end of the week.

Human Health Sciences

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

Madi Kelly had an interesting first day on the job.

Working as a Program Coordinator at Walter Reed Military Medical Center, Kelly — who graduated from UK with a Clinical Leadership and Management degree in 2020 — had recently been promoted from her clinical research assistant position.

Human Health Sciences

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

Several students, faculty and staff in the College of Health Sciences are presenting this month at the 2021 annual meeting of the Association of University Programs in Health Administration.

Human Health Sciences

'He kept me going'

By Kayla Bell
CHS Contributor

Human Health Sciences

By Ellee Sidebottom
CHS Contributor

Due to the efforts of one College of Health Sciences class, underrepresented and disadvantaged minorities in Lexington were able to receive masks during the height of the pandemic.

Human Health Sciences

By Isabel Phillips
CHS contributor

Human Health Sciences

by Isabel Phillips
CHS contributor

Jaylen Robinson knew the transition to college could be a challenge — even in normal times. But with COVID-19 restrictions in place, it could be even more difficult to find a sense of home and make new friends in a new environment.

Human Health Sciences

Research has shown African-American women have disproportionately higher rates of cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk factors compared to their white counterparts. Low-income African American women are at an even higher risk for poor CVD outcomes because of social and economic barriers that make it difficult to attain a heart-healthy lifestyle. 

Human Health Sciences

In today’s competitive health care landscape, it’s more important than ever for health sciences students to receive a dynamic education steeped in clinical knowledge and hands-on experiences. That’s why our Bachelor of Science in Human Health Sciences is one of our fastest-growing degree programs. An HHS degree provides you with a comprehensive look at health care practices, a solid foundation in basic science, and robust opportunities to engage in real-world clinical experiences.

Human Health Sciences

Madison Ford, a senior human health sciences (HHS) major and student ambassador, is planning to use the valuable lessons she has learned in the College of Health Sciences as she works towards her dream of becoming a physician assistant (PA). 

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