Telehealth Counseling Clinic utilizes technology to bring mental health care to underserved populations
Motivated by her 30 years of experiences as a nurse, a former nurse educator realizes her dream of becoming a physician
40th Anniversary Gala and Scholarship Benefit establishes scholarship endowments
Texas A&M College of Medicine welcomes new vice dean of Education and Academic Programs
Rural residents face health disparities when compared to their urban-dwelling counterparts, but why?
Researchers say regional approach, partnerships key to developing healthcare alternatives for communities
High percentage of Aggie physicians practice primary care in rural and underserved areas to improve the health of Texans
How one Texas A&M program is getting middle and high school girls engaged with science
Texas A&M researchers show that rural women are more likely to be rehospitalized after giving birth
Those with otherwise poor access to mental health care—from veterans and those in rural areas to prisoners—can benefit from what practitioners are calling 'telepsychology'