Leonardo Seoane, MD, FACP, has been named associate vice chancellor of academic affairs at LSU Health Shreveport. Seoane will work with the LSUHS chancellor, provost, and deans of each professional school, and the Office of Graduate Medical Education to support student and residency training.
The 50th graduating class members of the North Oaks School of Radiologic Technology celebrated their accomplishments with a ceremony and reception on June 27.
When it comes to reducing the risk factors for diabetes, heart disease, and stroke, cutting even a moderate amount of calories can serve as a powerful remedy to the ravages of poor and unhealthy diets, according to a new study published July 11 in the medical journal The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology.
Capital Area Human Services (CAHS) is sponsoring a three-part education series on effective parenting. The program is free and open to parents seeking assistance with effective ways to improve and strengthen family relationships with children, preteens, and teens. The program is offered in coordination with Mirror of Grace, a Baton Rouge nonprofit organization.
The three-part series will be held on Mondays from 4-5:30 p.m. on July 15, July 22, and July 29 at Capital Area Human Services, Children's Behavioral Health Services, 4615 Government Street, Building 1, in Baton Rouge.
LSU School of Social Work in partnership with Ochsner Health System, Chamberlain University College of Nursing, and Alzheimer’s Services of the Capital Area in Baton Rouge announced a five-year, $3.73 million initiative to improve the quality of life for Louisiana residents and families living with Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders, or ADRD. Since its inception in 2014, this federal grant program has approved 92 proposals. The LSU School of Social Work is one of only three social work programs nationally to receive this funding recognition.
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