Outreach Programs

Programs and departments within the School of Health Professions engage in discipline-specific outreach efforts that strengthen their curricula and provide vital services throughout the academic year.

  • Camp John Marc
    From a unique facility in Bosque County, Texas, Camp John Marc creates high-quality, year-round camping experiences for chronically ill and disabled children and their families. The camp works in partnership with health organizations, community volunteers, and pediatric hospitals to develop cooperative programming that meets the special needs of these remarkable children.
  • CPIU – Community Prevention and Intervention Unit
    The Community Prevention and Intervention Unit of the Department of Healthcare Sciences is involved in a wide spectrum of activities to help prevent sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV.
  • DFW AHEC – Dallas/Fort Worth Area Health Education Center
    The DFW Area Health Education Center works to improve the health of our communities by developing a quality health care workforce and helping address unmet health needs. Students and faculty from UT Southwestern play an integral role in many of these activities.
  • Screening Our Sisters
    Screening Our Sisters seeks to reduce late stage breast cancer diagnosis of minority women in high-risk geographic areas. 
Outreach program at Ronald McDonald House
Clinical Nutrition student Elizabeth Stasny volunteers to teach healthy eating at the Ronald McDonald House.