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As children in Cameroon, Delvise and Leslie Fogwe were separated from their mom and each other for about five years. Their father had died, and their mother, Grace, didn’t have the means to support five sons. The kids were dispersed to aunts and uncles, who helped raise them.
As a teenager, Delvise often stopped by the health center where his mother worked as a janitor. That interest in medicine ultimately led to a family reunion in Missouri.
The Department of Health Management and Informatics (HMI) was presented the Cerner Award for Excellence in Healthcare Management Systems Education.
The award recognizes HMI for its dual degree or certificate in health informatics, its application of quality and process improvement methods, its peer-based learning, and its focus on lifelong leadership development.
Dr. Jennifer Allen has far too often seen how the devastating effects of opioid addiction can take a toll on a community. Whether it’s in her primary practice in Quincy, Illinois, or her Friday clinic 30 minutes away in Hannibal, Missouri, patterns tend to emerge when it comes to opioids.
Thankfully for Allen, the University of Missouri School of Medicine has recognized the problem and is doing something about it.