KU School of Medicine-Wichita

Embark 2018-2019

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Editor Belinda Venters Writers Belinda Venters Joe Stumpe Brian Whepley Content Coordinators Belinda Venters Jennifer Eaton Design Howerton+White Embark KU Wichita is published by KU School of Medicine-Wichita. Contact us at wicpa@kumc.edu or 316-293-2635. All changes of address, undeliverable copies and other correspondence should be sent to this address. The views presented in this publication do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the administration of the University or Embark staff. Embark does not endorse and is not responsible for any of the services or merchandise advertised. The entire issue is copyrighted and no part may be reproduced without permission. Patient photos are used with permission. KU School of Medicine-Wichita ranks sixth nationally in producing family practice physicians. To support our work for a healthy Kansas, please visit kuendowment.org/MedWichita. A 4-Wichita Advisory Board question led to a study concluding that we needed to create more connections and be more visible within our community. Our awareness campaign is meeting those needs. We Doctor Kansas Dr. Daniel Warren returns to Wichita with a new approach to treating opioid addiction. As one of the few fellowship-trained addiction specialists in Kansas, he's bringing home what worked for him out west. Our new ACE curriculum emphasizes teamwork, lifelong learning, clinical training and lots of interaction. This collaborative learning environment not only teaches basic science, but puts it into action. An ACE in the Hole A dozen Baalmann siblings and cousins are now in the medical field — some via KU School of Medicine-Wichita. What is it about this family? David credits the cows. A Holistic Method of Treating Addiction Got Milk and Medicine? EMBAR

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