Ruth Berggren and Barbara Taylor, 07/20/20 | 5 pm | Dr. Patrick Ramsey, maternal-fetal medicine, speaks to KSAT 12 regarding the coronavirus and women who are pregnant, advising they not change their maternal care plans without closely consulting with their obstetric provider, 07/17/20 | 4 pm | Dr. Sarah Page-Ramsey, Obstetrics & Gynecology, discusses the increase of pregnant women testing positive for COVID-19 in this KABB story, 07/17/20 | 4 pm | Dr. Sarah Page-Ramsey, Obstetrics & Gynecology, discusses the increase of pregnant women testing positive for COVID-19 in this News 4 San Antonio story, 07/17/20 | 4 pm | Kathryn Kanzler, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, told San Antonio Express-News that there is an increase of stress and anxiety for all ages in the city since the start of the pandemic, 07/16/20 | 4:00 pm | Dr. Fred Campbell, General & Hospital Medicine, answers COVID-19 questions posed by listeners’ of the Texas Standard, a TPR program broadcast across the state, 07/16/20 | 4:00 pm | Dr. Mandie Svatek, Pediatrics & Hospital Medicine, was interviewed for this San Antonio Express-News story about preparing kids to safely return to school. Ruben Mesa and Ramon Cancino were quoted in San Antonio Magazine, June/July issue, about what to expect after COVID, 07/03/20 | 4:50 pm | Dr. Fred Campbell, General & Hospital Medicine, was interviewed by Reform Austin on when and how often to clean your mask, 07/03/20 | 4:50 pm | Dr. Ralph Riviello, Emergency Medicine, was interviewed by News4 regarding emergency rooms seeing increase in both COVID patients and those who suspect they have it. 07/13/20 | 2:00 pm | Dr. Thomas Patterson, Infectious Diseases, was interviewed for a CNN story about the supply of the COVID-19 antiviral remdesivir, 07/13/20 | 2:00 pm | Dr. Ruben Mesa, Mays Cancer Center Director, contributes to The Cancer Letter’s ongoing coverage of COVID-19’s impact on oncology, 07/13/20 | 2:00 pm | Dr. Fred Campbell, General & Hospital Medicine, answers listeners’ COVID-19 questions on Texas Standard, a program of Texas Public Radio that broadcasts across the state, 07/10/20 | 11:30 am | Dr. Ruth Berggren spoke to KSAT 12’s audience, asking the public to remain vigilant as the COVID peak is projected to remain for a few weeks and urging parents to be engaged with their children’s schools and PTAs as the time nears for on-site classes resume, 07/10/20 | 11:30 am | Dr. Fred Campbell, General & Hospital Medicine, was a guest on KTSA’s Jack Riccardi Show discussing included concerns that COVID-19 may stay in the air as an aerosol for longer than was originally thought and the push to reopen schools, 07/10/20 | 11:30 am | Dr. Ruben Mesa, Mays Cancer Center director, and Dr. Ramon Cancino, Primary Care Center director, weigh in on how the pandemic will affect the future of education and health care in San Antonio Magazine. Future academic calendars are long-range planning documents and should be considered tentative. All transactions must occur online. On Tuesday, January 21, 2020 the FBISD Board of Trustees approved the 2020-21 Instructional Calendar. For the media Note: Student-initiated drops are permitted after this date, but the student is not guaranteed a grade of W. The … Attached is a document providing examples of the various sign types. 08/03/20 | 4:45 pm | Dr. Mandie Svatek, Pediatrics, was interviewed for a story that aired on Fox 29 about the importance of getting children vaccinated before the school year, despite the pandemic. Holiday and Vacation Schedule for Fiscal Year 2020 September 1, 2019 - August 31, 2020 *the maximum hours that may be carried over to the next fiscal year is based on the employee's full-time equivalent (FTE) as of August 31st. Connective Tissue Call for Entries by Jan 22, 2021 End Of Year Letter By Dr. Weiss What You Need To Know For Winter Break: Briscoe Library Holiday Hours, Shuttle Schedule, & Power Outage on Long Campus Dec. 18-20 INSTITUTIONAL REVIEW BOARD MEETING SCHEDULE Guidepost for submission of well written applications ... December 7, 2020 IRB 3 January 5, 2021 December 21, 2020 IRB 1 January 19, 2021 January 4, 2021 IRB 2 February 2, 2021 ... 2021 *Changed due to a holiday . This includes all personnel who are requ …. Dr. Campbell answered listeners’ most pressing questions about the coronavirus including ‘how can my family celebrate Halloween safely this year’, 10/27/2020 | 3:30 pm | Dr. Jan Patterson, Infectious Diseases, shares with KABB Fox News audiences that wearing a mask, social distancing and continuing with hand hygiene are among the major lessons learned in our battle against COVID-19, all protocols of which health care professionals want to remind the community, 10/27/2020 | 3:30 pm | Dr. Jan Patterson, Infectious Diseases, shares with News 4 audiences that wearing a mask, social distancing and continuing with hand hygiene are among the major lessons learned in our battle against COVID-19, all protocols of which health care professionals want to remind the community, 10/23/2020 | 4 pm | Dr. Edward Sako, Cardiothoracic Surgery, tells the San Antonio Express News that the University Transplant Center is on the cusp of performing the complex surgery of double lung transplants for COVID-19 patients with irreversible lung damage, 10/22/2020 | 4:30 pm | Dr. Alvaro Moreira, Neonatology, is quoted in this National Geographic story regarding a study by his team on “super antigens” that are tied to a mysterious COVID-19 syndrome in children, following the coronavirus inhabiting the gut; see link at “early signs” in the third paragraph, 10/22/2020 | 4:30 pm | Dr. Kate Lathrop, Medical Oncology/Mays Cancer Center, speaks to audiences of KSAT 12 TV during this Breast Cancer Awareness month, stressing the safety of doctors’ office visits and the importance of routine mammograms during the pandemic, 10/20/2020 | 8:30 am | Dr. Jason Bowling, Infectious Diseases, weighs in on when we might see a COVID-19 vaccine for KSAT-12 by breaking down the steps in vaccine development, 10/20/2020 | 8:30 am | KSAT 12 localized the national story involving a statement of the World Health Organization (WHO) with an interview of Dr. Thomas Patterson, Infectious Diseases, who is leading a UT Health San Antonio-University Health System study site on remdesivir, as part of the Adaptive COVID-19 Treatment Trials (ACTT) sponsored by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. More of Dr. Henrich’s message can be found here. 07/13/20 | 2:00 pm | Dr. Barbara Taylor, Infectious Diseases, shared our We Can Stop the Spread messages with the readers of The Hondo Anvil Herald via media relations’ news release. For specific cleaning proto …, In addition to the frequent sanitization of high-touch services in each building, Facilities Management also has available cleaning kits to enable cleaning of surfaces within each department. Established in 1911, The University of Tennessee Health Science Center aims to improve human health through education, research, clinical care and public service. Regular 16-week Term: January 19 – May 12, 2021 January 2021 January 1 New Year’s Day. 07/03/20 | 4:50 pm | Dr. Ruth Berggren, Infectious Diseases, spoke on Texas Public Radio’s “The Source” cautioning about celebrating the Fourth of July holiday weekend in big crowds, 7/1/20 | Jason Bowling, MD on What You Should Know About Testing, 07/01/20 | 4 pm | Dr. Jan Patterson, Infectious Diseases, speaks to News 4 about a new strain of the flu carried by pigs that has the potential to become a pandemic, 07/01/20 | 4 pm | Dr. Fred Campbell, General & Hospital Medicine, was interviewed by KSAT 12 regarding valve masks that only filter the air you breathe in, not the air you breath out, 07/01/20 | 4 pm | Dr. Steven Venticinque tells News 4 about his device aimed at protecting health care workers who treat COVID-19 patients, 07/01/20 | 4 pm | Dr. Fred Campbell, General & Hospital Medicine, discussed cloth masks and how they help keep out the COVID-19 virus in this KSAT interview, 07/01/20 | 4 pm | Dr. Robert Leverence, chief medical officer, UT Health Physicians, speaks to News 4 regarding models that indicate hospital capacity is being approached by the middle or end of next week due to the rapid increase in COVID-19 patients, 06/30/20 | 12 pm | Dr. Fred Campbell, General & Hospital Medicine, was a guest on KTSA radio’s Jack Riccardi Show, discussing the spike in COVID-19 and the surge of patients admitted into the hospital, 06/30/20 | 12 pm | Dr. William Henrich, president, UT Health San Antonio, speaks to the We Can Stop the Spread public education initiative urging the public to continue safe behaviors such as wearing a mask, washing hands often, practicing 6-foot social distancing and not attending large social gatherings, 06/30/20 | 12 pm | Dr. Jan Patterson appeared as a guest on Texas Public Radio’s noon program, The Source, addressing the latest information on the COVID-19 surge in San Antonio and Texas, 06/30/20 | 12 pm | Dr. Ruth Berggren addresses the science behind the donning of a face mask or covering, which is the best thing we can do for ourselves and others, 06/30/20 | 12 pm | Dr. Ruth Berggren, Infectious Diseases, is interviewed by KSAT 12 on what qualifies as significant exposure to COVID-19 and when to get tested, 06/30/20 | 12 pm | Dr. Alvaro Moreira, Pediatrics, is interviewed by The Rivard Report about the fact that understanding milder symptoms in children could help adults with COVID-19, 6/28/20 | ‘We could be in for a New York City-type situation‘: UT Health SA doctor says on San Antonio COVID-19 spike, 6/25/20 | 4 pm | Dr. Ruth Berggren, MD, Infectious Diseases, urges us to do our part to further the “We Can Stop the Spread” public education initiative, 6/25/20 | 4 pm | A New York-based columnist interviews Dr. Ruth Berggren, Infectious Diseases, who reinforces the importance of masking, 6/25/20 | 4 pm | What you need to know about COVID-19 testing Confused about whether you should get tested for COVID-19? It is a 30 min documentary film and it will be followed by a Q&A session with author Dr. Antonio Webb. 2020-2021 Academic Year: Fall 2020: Session Begins : August 31, 2020: Classes End : December 11, 2020: Exams: December 14-18, 2020: Spring 2021: Session Begins Please feel free to contact the Program leadership with questions. Mandatory New Student Orientation: January 7, 2021 First Class Day: Monday, January 11, 2021 Spring Break: March 08-12 Finals Week: Monday May 3-Friday May 7 unless otherwise noted HOLIDAYS: MLK, Jr. Day, Monday - January 18, 2021. She discussed the new back-to-school metrics and how washing our hands, wearing masks, social distancing and avoiding large groups, especially over the Labor Day weekend, can flatten the curve so we can more safely send children to school, 07/31/20 | 4 pm | Dr. Amelie Ramirez, director of Salud America! Copyright © 2002 - var currentTime = new Date();var year = currentTime.getFullYear();document.write(year); Blackboard, Inc. All rights reserved. Daily health monitoring plays an important part in keepi …, Data suggest travel increases the chance of getting and spreading COVID-19. Dmitri Ivanov and Yogesh Gupta, Biochemistry & Structural Biology, is discussed in a San Antonio Express-News story announcing the funding for the research via the San Antonio Partnership for Precision Therapeutics. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Ruth Berggren and Barbara Taylor, Infection Diseases, have greatly influenced several COVID-19 protocols being implemented across Bexar County and credited with helping to lower death rates, as reported in the San Antonio Express-News, 06/22/20 | 4:30 pm | Cindy Sickora, DNP, RN, vice dean of practice, UT Health San Antonio School of Nursing; Ruth Berggren, MD, Infectious Diseases; and Amelie Ramirez, DrPH, Institute for Health Promotion Research, speak to the critical factors of science upon which is based the public awareness campaign “We Can Stop the Spread.”, 06/22/20 | 4:30 pm | Dr. Ruth Berggren, Infectious Diseases, appears on KSAT 12 to discuss why we should avoid crowds and other strategies of the “We Can Stop the Spread” public education initiative, 7/8/20 | 2:50 pm | COVID-19 Health & Safety Policy: Masking and Screening Requirements, 4/30/20 | 12:45pm | Guide to Reopening San Antonio and Bexar County, 4/22/20 | 9:00 am | Instructions for Wearing a Cloth Face Mask, 4/10/20 | 5:00 pm | Masks required on campus, 4/10/20 | 5:00 pm | Positive COVID-19 test results or symptomatic, 4/8/20 | 12:45 pm | Facemask protocol for those working on campus in non-clinical settings, 4/6/20 | 2:25pm | Instructions for wearing a cloth face mask, 4/6/20 | 2:15pm | Mask Instructions in Non-Clinical/Support Areas, 4/1/20 | 10:30 am | UT Health San Antonio and University Health System among first in the nation to test an investigational drug for treating COVID-19, 3/31/20 | 4:00 pm | On-campus screening, entry points and parking updates, 3/25/20 | 4:30 pm | NCLEX Exams Update to Test Items and Testing Timeframe, 3/25/20 | 4:15 pm | Restricted entry and temperature checks at all UT Health buildings, 3/24/20 | San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg Emergency Declaration, 3/24/20 | Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff’s Executive Order, 12/31/2020 | 4 pm | Dr. Robert Leverence, UT Health Physicians, spoke to KENS 5 TV viewers about current CDC travel recommendations, the rise in hospitalizations due to COVID-19 and how our behaviors can help, COVID-19 Vaccine Message for UT Health San Antonio Patients, Dr. David Shelledy speaks about how ventilators work and the need for more respiratory therapist, Long School of Medicine students and faculty collaborate with UTSA to make hand sanitizer, 4/8/20 | 8:25 am | New Policy for All UT Health San Antonio Employees positive for COVID 19, A balanced perspective on keeping elderly family at nursing homes, Patients who have recovered from COVID-19 must continue to take steps to limit the spread, Results include employees, students, residents, fellows, post-docs, Positive test results received through Wellness 360, Positive cases reported to Wellness 360 from external sources, Individuals in self-isolation/self-quarantine, Contact traces executed through Wellness 360 (Both low and high risk exposures). The earlier start date, prior to the state-mandated fourth Monday in August, allows for additional breaks throughout the year to support student and staff mental wellness. Handbook have been modeled off of the 2020-2021 training year. Academic Calendars Find out IDEA’s holiday schedule and other important dates during the school year. 07/29/20 | 4 pm | Dr. Rachel Pearson, Pediatrics, is quoted in this New York Times article about ways parents can cope with stress when dealing with the tough decisions they face with schools reopening, 07/28/20 | 4:00 pm | Dr. Jan Patterson, Infectious Diseases, represents the Texas Medical Association’s COVID-19 Task Force in an interview about COVID-19 hospitalizations, that have been steadily dropping here and in other parts of the state, 07/28/20 | 4:00 pm | Yogesh Gupta, Ph.D., Biochemistry/Structural Biology, Greehey Children’s Cancer Research Institute, was interviewed by News 4 regarding a paper published in the journal Nature Communications. I am grateful to the students who are stead …, Dear faculty and staff: Thank you for your adaptability as we respond to the changing pandemic circumstances and ensure that we maintain focus on our important missions. Many faculty, staff and students who work in non-clinical areas are allowed to wear a cloth face mask. at the Institute for Health Promotion Research, conducted this interview for the Florida Phoenix about the inequities the Latinx community faces regarding COVID-19, 07/30/20 | 4 pm | Dr. Barbara Robles-Ramamurthy, Psychiatry, commented for a CNN story on the stress children and families are experiencing as parents debate the risk of school re-openings and the story was picked up by the Albany Herald, 07/30/20 | 4 pm | The Association of Academic Health Centers (AAHC) included an item in its AAHC Spotlight about our research with antibodies to develop vaccines and treatments for COVID-19, 07/29/20 | 4 pm | Dr. Mohamed Hagahmed, Emergency Medicine, was interviewed for a KSAT 12 story about the use of the malaria drug, hydroxychloroquine, in local hospitals and whether it’s helpful or harmful for patients with COVID-19. In this Adaptive COVID-19 Treatment Trial 3, sponsored by the National Institutes of Health, remdesivir will be paired with a drug called interferon beta-1a, which the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has already approved for multiple sclerosis patients, 08/11/2020 | 3:30 pm | Dr. Tom Patterson, Infectious Diseases, spoke to KABB Fox 29 audiences about the drug remdesivir now entering the third phase of clinical trials at University Hospital, keeping us on the cutting edge of the battle against COVID-19. On Saturday, Bexar County sent an emergency alert to residents just minutes after …, Wearing a mask protects others, even if it isn’t always fashionable or comfortable. 2021. Additional details can be found at https://wp.uthscsa.edu/coronavirus. September 28, 2020 Dear UT Health San Antonio Colleagues: Our 2020-21 academic year is in full flight, with over 3,400 students enrolled in our diverse degree and certificate programs across our five Schools. “The Skin You’re In”, a 50 minute film will be screened, followed by Q&A with Dean Thomas LaVeist. The calendar includes at least 840 additional instructional minutes to allow for a minimum of two bad weather days. The FDA approval of the drug last week leads to fewer restrictions than the study had previously encountered under emergency-use authorization, 10/29/2020 | 2:30 pm | Dr. Fred Campbell, Hospital & General Medicine, continues in his public service to a statewide audience through an Oct. 28 installment of Texas Standard’s “Ask a Doctor” program, a radio program produced in the state capital in collaboration with Texas Public Radio San Antonio, KUT Austin, KERA North Texas and Houston Public Media. RECESS. December 18, 2020 - January 3, 2021. Health information on this site is not meant to be used to diagnose or treat conditions. 07/09/20 | 4:00 pm | Dr. Dina Tom, Pediatrics, is quoted within a Texas Tribune story on the spread of coronavirus in Texas child care facilities: 07/09/20 | 4:00 pm | Dr. Ralph Riviello, Emergency Medicine, was interviewed by Texas Public Radio regarding hospital capacity as a result of recent influx of COVID patients, 07/09/20 | 4:00 pm | Dr. Jose Cadena, Infectious Diseases, addresses mask wearing, activities to avoid, school reopening, testing and social distancing in a Spanish-language town hall broadcast by Telemundo TV, 07/09/20 | 4:00 pm | Dr. Mandie Svatek, Pediatrics & Hospital Medicine, is quoted in this KSAT 12 story about smoking and second-hand smoke’s contribution to COVID-19, 07/08/20 | 4:45 pm | Dr. Jason Bowling, Infectious Diseases, tells the KENS 5 audience that the development of a coronavirus vaccine is still a few more months away, 07/07/20  |  4:00 pm  |  Dr. Scott Farber, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, shares with KENS 5 audiences from his experience treating COVID-19 patients in New York, 07/06/20 | 4:45 pm | Dr. Ruth Berggren, Infectious Diseases, was interviewed by KSAT 12 weathercaster Sarah Spivey about how the weather may or may not influence COVID-19, carried via a new digital segment called “KSAT Explains.”, 07/06/20 | 4:45 pm | Dr. Ruth Berggren, Infectious Diseases, leads off this story broadcast on KABB encouraging San Antonio to Stop the Spread; UT Health’s 5-experts PSA closes the item, 07/06/20 | 4:45 pm | Dr. Ruth Berggren, Infectious Diseases, leads off this story broadcast on News 4 encouraging San Antonio to Stop the Spread; UT Health’s 5-experts PSA closes the item, 07/06/20 | 4:45 pm | Dr. Jan Patterson, Infectious Diseases, is interviewed by San Antonio Express-News reporter Marina Riker for a lead article in Sunday’s paper regarding the anticipated surge of COVID-19 hospitalizations, 07/06/20 | 4:45 pm | Dr. Fred Campbell, General & Hospital Medicine, answers questions about COVID-19 posed by the Texas Standard, a TPR program broadcast across the state, 07/06/20 | 4:45 pm | Dr. Ruth Berggren, M.D., Infectious Diseases, speaks to Texas Public Radio regarding hospitals in San Antonio filling with COVID-19 patients, 07/03/20 | 4:50 pm | UT Health San Antonio’s We Can Stop the Spread PSA highlighting five faculty experts was included in a Texas Public Radio story, 07/03/20 | 4:50 pm | Dr. Cynthia Blanco, Neonatology, was interviewed by Telemundo TV (60) asking families to avoid large gatherings this holiday weekend, 07/03/20 | 4:50 pm | Dr. Ruth Berggren, Infectious Diseases, appeared live at 6:30 pm and 9 pm on KSAT 12 (on July 2) thanking the governor for the mandatory mask order and discussing the importance of social distancing, making, avoiding large groups, especially this holiday weekend, 07/03/20 | 4:50 pm | Dr. Jan Patterson, Infectious Diseases, was interviewed by News 4 about the closure of parks and how COVID-19 differs from SAR, 07/03/20 | 4:50 pm | Dr. Jan Patterson, Infectious Diseases, was interviewed by Fox 29 about the closure of parks and how COVID-19 differs from SARS, 07/03/20 | 4:50 pm | Dr. Carolina Solis Herrera and patient were interviewed by Fox 29 for a story about more severe complications in COVID-19 patients with diabetes, as part of the We Can Stop the Spread effort, 07/03/20 | 4:50 pm | Dr. Fred Campbell, General & Hospital Medicine, is included in this national story as a health care spokesperson from San Antonio, 07/03/20 | 4:50 pm | Drs. Significant safety efforts are in place as we return to campus, but the main and most effec …, The UT Health San Antonio research community is to make a phased return-to-campus plan starting May 7, 2020, while ensuring safety and maintaining public health requirements. January 4, 2020 - January 8, 2021. 5142 P.O. University closed. 500 San Antonians are needed for this two-year COVID-19 vaccine study; volunteers should call (210) 469-3206 or go to this link, 01/12/2021 | 6 pm | Dr. Barbara Taylor, Infectious Diseases, contributed to this second KENS 5 TV news segment on the Novavax trial launch, emphasizing that minorities are desperately needed for clinical trials because the inclusion of diverse groups in trials is the only way to make effective vaccines for all; the CDC says for Hispanic populations and non-Hispanic Black individuals, the odds of catching coronavirus are almost five times higher than in non-Hispanic whites. 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