Paul Second to Gain Medical Toxicology Subspecialty

By Davis, KirLee | THE JOURNAL RECORD, February 17, 1999 | Go to article overview

Paul Second to Gain Medical Toxicology Subspecialty


Davis, KirLee, THE JOURNAL RECORD


Dr. David W. Paul, medical director of the University Occupational Health Sciences Clinic, has been granted additional certification in medical toxicology. He is one of two physicians in Oklahoma with that subspeciality, which focuses on finding and eliminating toxins in one's environment.

This complements both his board certification in occupational and environmental medicine and his other position, division head for the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center's Occupational and Environmental Medicine Residency Program.

More on people Rick Hensley of Oklahoma City has been appointed by Gov. Frank Keating to the Board of Examiners in Optometry. He succeeds Dana Hieronymus. Other health care appointees last week included: * Jan Williams of Yukon to the Committee on Dietetic Registration, succeeding Fran Daffer. * Thomas Ray of Tulsa, reappointed to the Chiropractic Board of Examiners. * Thomas Dudley of Edmond, reappointed to the Board of Pharmacy. All will serve terms ending Jan. 13, 2003. Business The OU College of Nursing is accepting applications for its new, accelerated program for non-nurses to prepare for licensure as a registered nurse and obtain a master's degree in nursing. A grant funded by the National Science Foundation will allow educators from the new Oklahoma City Community College biotechnology program to participate in Phi Theta Kappa's National Science and Technology Education Conference, March 6-9 in San Antonio, as well as a national conference in November. The grant also will pay for the services of Kathy Frame, education director for the National Association of Biology Teachers, who will come to OCCC to assist with developing and implementing the biotechnology team's action plan. Phi Theta Kappa is the international honor society for two-year colleges. The inaugural course of the program started in January. Construction of the new Biotechnology Laboratory is under way. The Oklahoma City Veterans Affairs Hospital has named its renovated research laboratories for Dr. Harold Muchmore, a longtime researcher at the University of Oklahoma who died in 1995. The Muchmore Laboratories for Infectious Diseases Research was dedicated last week. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma has received accreditation for its preferred provider organization health plans from the American Accreditation HealthCare Commission/Utilization Review Accreditation Commission. The Delta Dental Plan of Oklahoma Charitable Foundation is distributing more than 50,000 Oral Health Care Kits to first- graders statewide in conjunction with the 50th anniversary of National Children's Dental Health Month. The complimentary kits contain a tooth brush, a pack of dental floss and a coloring calendar. With materials, manpower and shipping, Delta Dental spent more than $60,000 on this promotion. …

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