Learn about available help for substance use disorder in Owen and Carroll counties.
Building on NKU’s rich tradition of community engagement, the IHI seizes the opportunity to work with communities to change and improve lives by addressing population health challenges. The Institute believes we can solve the biggest, most important health challenges facing our communities by engaging with the people directly impacted.
The Institute's focus on working together is a key piece of NKU’s commitment to forging partnerships to address population health initiatives. When we come together, we can uncover breakthrough solutions to our society's most challenging population health problems.
Working with our campus and community partners, we are making investments in health entrepreneurship, innovation, and education. We encourage our community to envision the future of healthcare and help us transform what we do to better equip, empower, and most importantly, inspire health workers of tomorrow.
May 15, 2-3 pm
In this simulated medical emergency, "Billie" is a senior in high school who was brought to the ER after suffering from a diabetic crisis at school. Billie is now at Children's Hospital ER in the care of Rami, one of the ER Paramedics. Rami received a number of orders from the ER physician, and needs your help with prioritizing and executing these orders to help Billie.