Institute for Rural Health & Development Visits Allen County Health Department
|Date: Wednesday, June 1st, 2011||Return to Archive|
From the Allen County-Scottsville Citizen Times
The Allen County Health Department hosted the Western Kentucky University Institute for Rural Health Development and Research Mobile Health lab last Thursday, and 60 local women took advantage of the opportunity for free bone density screening in hopes of combating of detecting osteoporosis. Allen County Medical Reserve Corps volunteers provided educational materials and served calcium-rich foods. Serving the Barren River Area Development District since 2002, the lab program also provides screenings for blood sugar, cholesterol and more. In the pictures, WKU nursing students Erin Wilson, left, and Elizabeth Stewart administer a screening to Scottsville’s Clara McClard.
The Master of Health Administration (MHA) program competed in the 21st annual Everett V. Fox Student Case Competition hosted by the National Association of Health Services Executives (NAHSE) held in Las Vegas, NV.
Early Childhood Education Degrees has recently ranked Western Kentucky University's Communication Sciences and Disorders' online Master's in Speech Language Pathology as one of the ten best programs of its kind in the nation.
On Thursday, September 22 more than 550 fourth-graders attended the 21st annual Progressive Agriculture Safety Day at L.D. Brown Agriculture Expo Center. Fourth graders attended from Allen, Edmonson, and Warren Counties.
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