KCU News: June 2022
Doctors and dentists in the making
High school students from across Southwest Missouri spent a day at KCU-Joplin learning about osteopathic medicine.
Inside KCU - June 2022
At KCU, we are proud of the many ways our campus communities embrace inclusion. A new and recent effort to expand the reach of our physician training curriculum includes the often-ignored topics such as caring for LGBTQIA+ patients, patients with HIV or substance use disorders and poverty which lead to poor access of care. KCU graduates will be uniquely prepared to improve the well-being of the communities we serve.
KCU honors Joplin campus dean
Kansas City University faculty and staff celebrated Laura Rosch, DO and her service as Joplin campus dean on Thursday, June 23.
The Fountain of Good Life
In October 2021, Kansas City University (KCU) added an important piece of Kansas City history to its north campus.
KCU teaches future health professionals to thrive rather than merely survive
Learning by listening to lived experience
Redlining. Stigma. Systemic racism. How do these three terms relate to becoming a physician? For Benjamin Grin, MD, assistant professor of Primary Care, knowing the definition of those terms and how they impact the underserved can make all the difference; for the health of patients and for the skills of future doctors.