Posts by Barb Boose

Stimulating Saturday in neuroanatomy

While interactive learning is happening pretty much all the time at DMU, a particularly engaged group of clinicians came to campus last Saturday for a neuroanatomy review course. Designed for participants to review, dissect and discuss gross anatomical structures of the brain related to rehabilitation of cerebral and cerebellar pathologies, the course was a collective […]

— Barb Boose

Happy National Doctors’ Day!

Below is a message from DMU President and CEO Angela L. Walker Franklin, Ph.D. Happy National Doctors’ Day! Thank you to our faculty and preceptors! While we always appreciate the engagement of our faculty and preceptors in the training of our students, I want to take the time to give a special acknowledgement on this […]

— Barb Boose

Find a food desert near you

We’ve all heard about the problem of food deserts, those geographic areas where residents have limited or no easy access to healthy foods. Now you can find out exactly where they are with the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s new Food Access Research Atlas. The USDA website notes the atlas – an improved version of its […]

— Barb Boose

Fertile ground: rich opportunities in rural medicine

We were just getting the spring issue of DMU Magazine to the printer last week when I came across an article on the Kaiser Health News website titled, “Osteopathic Physicians: An Answer to Rural Health Care Needs?” It just so happens that the spring cover story of DMU Magazine is all about rural medicine. The […]

— Barb Boose