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Maneater
MU School of Health Professions introduces traveling diversity libraryMU’s School of Health Professions created a traveling library this summer, in c
Maneater / Posted 16 days ago
MU’s School of Health Professions created a traveling library this summer, in collaboration with the dean’s Ad Hoc Committee on Diversity and Inclusion. The library focuses on educating staff and faculty about unique issues their students may be... Read more
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Maneater
UM System Board of Curators discuss changes in culture of the board and university brandingin the university, with a one-time support of $3 million to MU, $16.3 million t
Maneater / Posted 17 days ago
in the university, with a one-time support of $3 million to MU, $16.3 million to the School of Medicine, $1.1 million to School of Health Professions and $500,000 to Sinclair School of Nursing. Strategic initiatives for 2017 and 2018 include the... Read more
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New Kerala
When it comes to concussions, your gender may matter - newkerala news #276863D.C. [USA], Oct 2 : Concussions may affect women differently than men, accordin
New Kerala / Posted 20 days ago
D.C. [USA], Oct 2 : Concussions may affect women differently than men, according to a recent study. Researchers at Rutgers School of Health Professions - with the assistance of Rutgers Athletics - are working on two studies investigating these... Read more
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asianage
When it comes to concussions, your gender may matterWashington: Concussions may affect women differently than men, according to a r
asianage / Posted 20 days ago
Washington: Concussions may affect women differently than men, according to a recent study. Researchers at Rutgers School of Health Professions - with the assistance of Rutgers Athletics - are working on two studies investigating these answers to... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Your gender matters when it comes to concussionsWashington: Concussions may affect women differently than men, according to a r
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 20 days ago
Washington: Concussions may affect women differently than men, according to a recent study. Researchers at Rutgers School of Health Professions - with the assistance of Rutgers Athletics - are working on two studies investigating these answers to... Read more
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