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UNR Med Wants to Hear From You! 

With the help of students from the Reynolds School of Journalism, we are exploring how the School of Medicine communicates with our faculty and staff in new and effective ways. We welcome your input on a brief, 13-question survey. All responses will remain anonymous.

Our student "agency" will present their communication recommendations May 11 at 8 a.m. at the Reynolds School of Journalism. If you'd like to attend the presentation or have questions about the survey, please contact Carolyn Brayko, cbrayko@med.unr.edu, or Christy Jerz, cjerz@unr.edu.

Thank you for your feedback which will help the School of Medicine to better communicate with you.

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University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine in the News

New tools for telemedicine

• Nevada Silver & Blue

Dr. Paul Park ’06 M.D., Ph.D. (cellular and molecular biology) believes telemedicine is the future of patient care in Nevada.

Practicing medicine

• Nevada Silver & Blue

The Student Outreach Clinic, now located on campus in the Family Medicine Center, came into existence in 1996 when second-year medical students wanted a way to interact with patients while giving back to the communmity.

How to donate your body to science

• Las Vegas Review-Journal

The University of Nevada, Reno has had a donor program but only for Northern Nevada residents, which leaves the Dotson family out. Their daughter also wants to donate her body to science.Joyce King, UNR’s program administrator for anatomical donations, said the statewide donor program ended March 21, 2016.

Clark County not fit as a fiddle in health rankings report

• Las Vegas Review-Journal

Dr. John Packham, director of policy research for the Office of Statewide Initiatives at the University of Nevada, Reno, School of Medicine, said social and economic factors, such as education and the prevalence of violent crime, hurt Clark County in this category.

UNR report shows healthcare shortage in county

• Elko Daily Free Press

A report by the University of Nevada Reno School of Medicine shows that Elko County still has a significant number of people without access to health care.

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Impact

The University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine 2016-17 fact sheet provides at-a-glance data and the latest summaries on the School's educational, patient care, research, community outreach and economic impacts.

Dean Schwenk discusses the impact of the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine on the state and region.