Everything listed under: Health

  • Health Professions Week - Alumni Spotlight

    Frannie Pryor is the first behavioral health consultant at Mary Mahoney Memorial Health Center, a Federally Qualified Health Center in Oklahoma City. She is dually licensed as a clinical social worker and alcohol and drug counselor and is also certified in behavioral health case management. She completed a post-graduate certificate program in Integrated Behavioral Health and Primary Care from the University of Michigan School of Social Work in May of 2014.   Read More...

  • Health Professions Week - Alumni Spotlight

    Health Professions Week is designed to help college and high school students explore the various career options in health. Many of our alumni work in health related settings playing vital roles. Today alumna Tracy Schettler, Behavioral Health Consultant for the Department of Family & Preventive Medicine at OU, is sharing more about what she does.Practicing social work in an integrated family medicine setting is an exciting, fast pace career choice.   Read More...

  • La Tasha Lucas, Tulsa Schweitzer Fellow

      MSW student La Tasha Lucas was selected as one of the inaugural Tulsa Schweitzer Fellows. These students will be working on projects that address the causes of health disparities. Below La Tasha shares about her project and motivation.   Read More...

  • OU-SBIRT Collaborative Grant

    We are very pleased to announce that the Center for Social Work in Health Care has been awarded with a very large, three year grant from SAHMSA. Terrie Fritz is the PI and the grant includes SW faculty Christina Miller & Ric Munoz as well as other interdisciplinary partners. It includes funds in the amount of about $312,000 annually for three years for a grant total of almost $1 million dollars.   Read More...

  • Careers in Aging Week

       On Friday, April 9th the school hosted a continuing education event in collaboration with the College of Nursing, the Geriatric Department of Medicine, the Oklahoma Geriatric Education Center, and the Gerontological Society of America designed to bring together students and professionals from the community to educate and encourage career exploration in the area of aging. The event begin with a working-lunch and panel discussion. The panel consisted of professionals who spe...  Read More...

  • Continuing Education Symposium

    On Friday, December 5th, the Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work hosted an all-day symposium on the Schusterman campus, which focused on the integration of professional social work in behavioral and primary healthcare. We want to thank the students, faculty, and community members who attended and contributed to the success of this event. And a special thanks to our presenters: Dr.   Read More...

  • Summer Institute

      The Summer Institute is an annual week long experience hosted by the University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine. Social work students have the opportunity to be immersed in Community Medicine alongside Tulsa faculty and fellow students in medicine, pharmacy, and nursing. As an integral part of the services that are provided in the patient centered medical home here at OU Physicians, students have the experience of interacting with patients and community members in a personal and ...  Read More...