The Scope Weekly News Letter
We've Moved!Effective April 27, 2022, we are now publishing news and events on our new Tech Talk website at techtalkelpaso.com.
The TTUHSC El Paso Difference
The student-run clinic provides breast cancer screenings to residents in an underserved community.
Veronique Masterson will participate in year-long program that develops female leaders.
Michaela believes in living every day to the fullest and doing what she loves.
Artwork honors the partnership between TTUHSC El Paso and the Paso Del Norte Health Foundation.
TTUHSC El Paso honors Dr. Jaime Rivera and his wife, Karina Rivera, with a special ceremony.
Universities will expand research into health conditions affecting Hispanics.
Jeremy served in the Marines for 11 years as a combat engineering officer.
Instiutional Advancement's Daphne Griffin and Lori Navarrete will participate in a year-long program of education and professional development.
Casa Ford and TTUHSC El Paso partner to give a 2021 F-150 to one lucky winner.
The Department of Psychiatry offers free and confidential counseling to TTUHSC El Paso students, employees and employee family members living in the same household.
Chief of Infectious Diseases Dr. Armando Meza answers your questions.
A variety of resources are available for health care workers leading the fight against COVID-19.
TTUHSC El Paso, TTP El Paso and local organizations ask for your help to reduce the risk of COVID-19 in our community.
Visit the Student and Employees section of our microsite.
This week's topics include COVID-19 and wastewater, blood clots and COVID-19, treating mild hypertension in pregnancy, and use of a PCSK9 with statins after heart attack.
Events, conferences, and continuing medical education activities open to the public.
$25,000 and $50,000 project funding available. Application deadline is 5 p.m. May 6.
"Clinical and Imaging Approach to Non-Accidental Trauma Infants," presented by Jefrey Tutman, M.D. and Nicole Wallace, M.D.
"Substance Use in Adolescents: Population-Targeted Prevention, Intervention and Harm Reduction," presented by Lindsey Retterath, M.D.
"Urologic Injury: A Trauma Surgeon’s Perspective," presented by Alan H. Tyroch, M.D.
See what's happening with research at TTUHSC El Paso, meet the Office of Research staff, and learn about research commercialization.
"Thromboprophylaxis in SARS-CoV 2 Infection," presented by Mateo Porres Aguilar, M.D.
"Same-Day Discharge Colectomies: Are They Possible?" presented by Erik P. Askenasy, M.D.
Workshop objectives include creating and testing vaccine promotion messages and identifying vaccine recommendation communication strategies.
"Evaluating Simulation Experiences," presented by Tracy Lopez, Ph.D., R.N.
Parents and students are invited to learn more about attending the Hunt School of Dental Medicine.
"Addressing Youth Depression and Suicide in Texas: The Role of Measurement-Based Care and the Collaborative Care Model," presented by Madhukar Trivedi, M.D.
This online activity, directed by Jennifer Salinas, Ph.D., M.S.W., addresses patient experience, barriers to care, physician bias, consequences of bias and other related topics.
"Saving Sight: Vision Protection and Blindness Prevention in Diabetes"
Volunteers needed for study on grief.
Hispanic women ages 45-65 are sought to participate in this anonymous survey.
Presented by the Southwest Center for Pediatric Environmental Health.
Monthly walks at Scenic Drive or the TTUHSC El Paso campus.
Get back to healthy living! Choose a health education topic and demo, and schedule your session with Pasos Para Prevenir Cancer.
The DAISY Foundation focuses on the nursing profession through recognition programs for nurses, faculty and students.
The Department of Molecular and Translational Medicine seeks to understand the impact and behavior related to COVID-19 among our border population. The first 460 individuals to complete the survey will receive a $10 Visa gift card. (One-card limit per individual).
Call the mental health hotline or visit the Virtual Relaxation Room.
Hosted by Rio Vista Behavioral Health from 6 to 7 p.m. every Wednesday.
Office of Faculty Development Offerings
Programs designed to advance faculty leadership and teaching expertise.
Get details on the academy's courses and teleconferences.
Get details on the program's courses and teleconferences.
"Virtual Role-Playing Health Inequity," presented by Jennifer Molokwu, M.D., and Jennifer Salinas, Ph.D.
Culture and Diversity
Find out what lectures, panel discussions, and presentations are coming up from the Office of Global Health and Societies.
Learn about the impact of humans on the world and follow a panel discoussion on refugee and migrant health.
Stocked with staple items, the pantry is available for free to all students in need.
Enhance your conversational Spanish through a one-on-one or small group setting.
The Office of Global Health and Societies is looking for fluent Spanish speakers to serve as facilitators in the Spanish Lab.
Read articles by TTUHSC El Paso researchers recently published in PubMed.
Treatment of Acute Antibody-Mediated Rejection in Children Post-Kidney Transplantation: A Single Center’s Experience
Novel Utilization of Anterior Intrapelvic (Stoppa) Approach for Periacetabular Ganz Osteotomy: A Report of 2 Cases
Can Novel Potassium Binders Liberate People with Chronic Kidney Disease from the Low-Potassium Diet? A Cautionary Tale
Impact of the Coronavirus Pandemic on High-Risk Infant Follow-Up (HRIF) Programs: A Survey of Academic Programs
Management of Stent Thrombosis Post-Percutaneous Coronary Intervention and Associated Rare Complications
Stay up-to-date with campus announcements, informational sessions, and trainings.
Bring out your burgundy on Friday, April 29.
Welcome to the TTUHSC El Paso family!
Don't let your furry friends go hungry.
Days of Service is a great opportunity to demonstrate our values of service and teamwork.
Nonperishable food items requested.
Need a photo for the academic website? Reserve your spot today.
Need a photo for the academic website? Reserve your spot today.
Effective Monday, March 21, hours will be from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday - Friday.
The pantry is open 24/7 for students across our campus to use.
Stay safe on and off campus.
The service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Extra noise may be experienced intermittently on the third floor of the MEB or in the library below the Training and Education Center for Healthcare Simulation for the next few months.
Download and use the new email signature graphics for TTUHSC El Paso and TTP El Paso.
AskFSELP@ttuhsc.edu will serve as the primary line of communication between WebTMA users and Facilities and Services.
The new shuttle tracking application offers up-to-the-minute estimated time of arrivals and alerts when a shuttle is approaching a shuttle stop.
Apartment community welcomes TTUHSC El Paso faculty, staff, students and residents.
Hoodies, polo shirts and caps are available from Proper Print Shop's online store.
The Foster School of Medicine welcomes faculty and students from all TTUHSC El Paso schools to use the LEMM for collaborative research projects.
As campus-wide moves take place, the Department of Safety Services would like to remind personnel about electrical/fire safety issues.
The IT Department would like to remind all faculty, staff and students about the proper process for responding to an IT security incident.
Reminders for students, faculty and staff.
The El Paso County Coliseum P13 lot serves as the overflow parking lot for ALL campus parking areas.
Some things to consider before clicking suspicious links.
Click to view TTUHSC El Paso holidays.