• Concordia’s nursing students simulate dementia

    Concordia’s nursing students simulate dementia

    Wednesday, Oct. 16

    Nursing students enrolled in Concordia University Wisconsin's gerontological nursing course had an opportunity to experience what it is like to live with dementia through a unique simulation program presented by the Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) of Ozaukee County.

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  • Concordia’s sonography students in pursuit of new ultrasound machine

    Concordia’s sonography students in pursuit of new ultrasound machine

    Tuesday, Oct. 8

    Editor’s note: The Tenvision Ultrasound contest will be open until 5:00 p.m. CT Oct. 14, 2019. Help Concordia’s sonography program win an ultrasound machine by clicking on the image below and “liking” the post. The official contest winner will be announced Oct. 15, 2019.

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  • Suss receives $294,000 Geriatrics Academic Career Award

    Suss receives $294,000 Geriatrics Academic Career Award

    Monday, Sep. 23

    With the senior population in the U.S. expected to double by 2060, the need for faculty with expertise in geriatrics—to train the next generation of healthcare providers—becomes more and more urgent.

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  • Concordia to dedicate its new academic building

    Concordia to dedicate its new academic building

    Sunday, Jul. 14

    On Thursday, Aug. 1, Concordia University Wisconsin will celebrate the official opening of its newest academic building, The Robert W. Plaster Free Enterprise Center, which will serve as a home for Concordia’s thriving Batterman School of Business and the brand-new Speech, Language, and Hearing Clinic.

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  • Worth the show: Concordia’s efforts to keep seniors safe and happy at home highlighted at 2019 June-A-Palooza

    Worth the show: Concordia’s efforts to keep seniors safe and happy at home highlighted at 2019 June-A-Palooza

    Monday, Jul. 1

    It’s no act. Concordia University has been showing up for senior citizens in Sheboygan County in a big way over the past year.

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  • Concordia alumna’s expertise earns her prestigious Novartis lecture invite

    Concordia alumna’s expertise earns her prestigious Novartis lecture invite

    Tuesday, Apr. 16

    The multi-billion-dollar-grossing Swiss drug company Novartis has taken note of a Concordia University Wisconsin physician assistant alumna’s expertise in the field of rheumatologic disorders.

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  • Concordia occupational and physical therapy students expand free services into the community

    Concordia occupational and physical therapy students expand free services into the community

    Wednesday, Feb. 27

    It’s been more than eight years since Jack Muryn suffered a stroke that left him vision impaired and partially paralyzed on one side, but therapists say the Hartford resident can still regain some of the fine motor skills he lost during the medical emergency.

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  • Concordia Students Participate in Annual Wisconsin AHEC Case Competition!

    Thursday, Jan. 17

    CUW health and social care students compete for the 4th year in a row at annual AHEC case competition in Wisconsin Dells.

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  • Concordia Medication Management Accelerator concludes with promising results

    Concordia Medication Management Accelerator concludes with promising results

    Monday, Nov. 19

    Eighteen months ago, 11 pharmacist-led health care teams set out to implement innovative, cost-saving solutions in order to improve patient outcomes through comprehensive medication management.

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  • Concordia professor unites health care community to provide better patient care

    Concordia professor unites health care community to provide better patient care

    Wednesday, Oct. 31

    While it isn’t a secret that prescription drug prices continue to rise, it is largely unknown what the actual cost, including the devastating costs when medications are used incorrectly, are in America. According to a recent study published in the Annals of Pharmacotherapy, Researchers at Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at University of California San Diego estimate that illness and death resulting from non-optimized medication therapy costs $528.4 billion annually. Dr. Andrew Traynor of Concordia University Wisconsin is on a mission to build awareness of the problem, and unite Wisconsin’s health care community to create better patient outcomes at a lower cost.

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