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UTHSC Student Immunization Requirements
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UTHSC students and graduate medical residents (GME) can receive face-to-face counseling for issues such as stress, emotional, financial, legal, and relationship problems, sexual orientation, alcohol and substance abuse. Click here for more information.
Concerned about Ebola?
Consider Ebola if patient has:
Traveled within or between Liberia, Sierra Leone, or Guinea within the last month, was in close contact with anyone he/she believed to be ill, regardless of the perceived cause of the illness and if the person has the initial symptoms of Ebola(fever over 101.5, headache, vomiting and diarrhea).
Please refer to the CDC website for more information about Ebola.
Concerned About MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome)?
Consider MERS if patient has:
A history of travel to or near the Arabian peninsula in the past 14 days OR had close contact with a probable or confirmed case of MERS in the last 14 days, AND now presents with Fever (>100 F) OR has a respiratory illness (cough, runny nose, shortness of breath) OR abnormal Chest X ray/CT (suggestive of Pneumonia or Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome-ARDS)
[Arabian Peninsula countries include: Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Palestine, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, United Arab Emirates and Yemen]
Infection Control measures are adhered for all healthcare providers including standard, contact, and airborne precautions.
Interim home care and isolation is advised for ill persons being evaluated for MERS who do not require hospitalization. Healthcare providers should be under the care of University Health Services or their preferred provider in consultation with the Health Department.
Additional recommendations will come forth as the illness is evaluated. For additional information, refer to the Tennessee Department of Health or the Center for Disease Control websites.
HPV: Get The Facts!
- HPV is a virus that is spread during ANY sexual activity.
- Certain types of HPV if left untreated may cause cancer in males and females.
- Some people may be infected with HPV and not knowingly pass it on to their sexual partners.
THE GOOD NEWS: Prevention is the Key!
- Four types of HPV can be prevented by the Gardasil vaccine.
- If you are sexually active, condoms may help decrease HPV transmission but is not guaranteed.
SO PROTECT YOURSELF!!
If you are a male or female student , 26 years or younger, and would like more information about HPV prevention, call University Health Services to schedule an appointment to discuss your options with one of our medical providers.
Information about what to do in case of various emergencies.
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