Spring into Continuum

The latest edition of Continuum is out, with great articles from a feature on medical students visiting remote schools promoting health as a career to how dark skies are an untapped natural resource.

The volunteer experience

From providing golf cart rides to members of the international media to ushering guests to their seats inside the debate hall, the 2020 Vice Presidential Debate volunteers reflect on the event.

A Healthier U

NAVIGATING THE NO-MAN’S-LAND BETWEEN PEDIATRICS AND ADULT CANCER CARE By Brynn Fowler, MPH; Anne Kirchhoff, Ph.D., MPH and Lor Randall, M.D. Patients diagnosed with cancer between the ages of 15-39 sometimes enter a โ€œno-manโ€™s-landโ€ of cancer care. These adolescent and young adult (AYA) patients may not fit the usual profiles for either pediatric or adult […]

Why patient’s lie to their doctors

A U study shows fear of being judged and embarrassed are among the reasons.

‘Meet me where I am’

During Sundance Film Festival 2022, University of Utah Health premiered “Meet Me Where I Am,” a documentary short film that follows the journey of 61-year-old Adolphus Nickleberry, a patient at our Intensive Outpatient Clinic (IOC).

Physician assistants’ vital role

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Utah Physician Assistant Program, one of the oldest PA education programs in the country.

Mysterious vaping illness markers identifiedย 

The finding may allow doctors toย definitivelyย diagnose the nascent syndromeย more quickly and provideย the rightย treatment sooner. It could also provide clues into the causesย of the new and mysterious condition.