The Scope Weekly News Letter
Did you know?In 2001, our El Paso campus became a smoke-free enviroment, both inside of buildings and on campus grounds. Click here to download TTUHSC El Paso's smoke- and tobacco-free policy.
The TTUHSC El Paso Difference
Stay in-the-know by attending TTUHSC El Paso events, lectures and presentations, and learning about initiatives and trainings on campus.
The Hunt School of Nursing Class of 2022, made up of 78 students, received their first white coats during a ceremony at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso on Friday, Jan. 15.
Funding will support labs, equipment, treatments and scholarships.
TTUHSC El Paso is one of six research centers that will study the disease's long-term effects on the GI tract.
Nergiz Rossetti, CMA, is an occupational health clinical assistant in the Department of Occupational Health.
The Foster School of Medicine welcomes faculty and students from all TTUHSC El Paso schools to use the LEMM for collaborative research projects.
Front-line health care professionals are invited to use the tent, located outside TTP El Paso on Alberta Avenue.
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 treatment for methamphetamine use disorder, symptoms six months after hospitalization for COVID-19, saliva versus nasopharyngeal swabs for COVID-19 diagnosis and antibodies against variants of SARS-CoV2.
Events, conferences, and continuing medical education activities open to the public.
Learn more about TTUHSC El Paso programs for cervical health.
"Pediatric Submersion Injuries," presented by Michael D. Parsa, M.D.
Research proposal LOIs must be submitted no later than 2 p.m. MT Friday, Feb. 12, 2021.
Presented on Webex, this event is designed for ophthalmologists, optometrists, eye care professionals and all other health care professionals.
Save the Date: Mental Health and Substance Use in the Time of COVID-19: A Border Perspective - April 8
Presented on Zoom.
Presented on Webex, this event will give health care providers a forum to discuss therapeutic options for cancer treatment.
As part of a research study, Texas CARES is providing up to three free COVID-19 antibody tests over a six-month period to Texans 5-80 years of age.
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.
Women 40 years of age or older can be eligible for a $25 Visa gift card by completing the Breast Cancer Education, Screening and Navigation Program (BEST) survey.
Hosted by Rio Vista Behavioral Health from 6 to 7 p.m. every Wednesday.
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
"Initiation of a Telehealth Visit," presented by Diego De La Mora, M.D.
Take advantage of telehealth services.
Institutional Faculty Development Program 19
This program is designed to help faculty apply adult teaching and learning principles face-to-face and online.
An overview of program blocks and online courses.
How to design and deliver effective in-person or online sessions with a positive impact on adult learners.
How to develop a quality online course in four phases: planning, designing, developing and implementing.
Presentations provide knowledge and skills for effective online teaching.
This course provides information on the eLearning technology available to TTUHSC El Paso faculty and staff.
Learn how to access and navigate the library website, use EndNote Online and the Cite While You Write plugin, write copyright permissions and identify predatory publishers.
"From Face-to-Face to Remote Education: Opportunities and Challenges of the COVID-19 Era," a panel discussion moderated by Courtney M. Queen, Ph.D.
"Creating and Submitting an iRIS Application," presented by Myrna Arvizo.
"Addressing IRB stipulations via iRIS," presented by Myrna Arvizo.
"Leading Your Lab Team," presented by Anna M. Eiring, Ph.D.
Culture and Diversity
Find out what lectures, panel discussions, and presentations are coming up from the Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Global Health.
Stocked with staple items, the pantry is available for free to all students in need.
Dr. Blake Busey selected as chair; Dr. Nagela Sainté-Thomas selected as chair-elect.
Get to know the members of the new council.
Would you like to learn conversational Spanish to improve the quality of patient care? Click for more information on learning Spanish in a group setting.
The Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Global Health 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.
Eosinophilia/Hypereosinophilia in the Setting of Reactive and Idiopathic Causes, Well-Defined Myeloid or Lymphoid Leukemias, or Germline Disorders
Stay up-to-date with campus announcements, informational sessions, and trainings.
Please wear a mask and socially distance.
Hoodies, polo shirts and caps are available from Proper Print Shop's online store.
Welcome to the TTUHSC El Paso family!
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.
Click here for more information on parking at TTUHSC El Paso.
Some things to consider before clicking suspicious links.
Click to view TTUHSC El Paso holidays.