National, State and Hometown Media Coverage
News Bureau International, National, State and Hometown Placements
Week of Dec. 2, 2013
Michelle Teti, an assistant professor of health sciences in the School of Health Professions, found that participating in “photovoice,” a process by which individuals document their lives by taking pictures, empowered women living with HIV to realize their strengths in the midst of their struggles.12/1/13 Associated Press
12/1/13 The Charlotte Observer (#50 U.S. newspaper, 137,829 daily circulation)
12/1/13 Sacramento Bee (#27 U.S. newspaper, 210,925 daily circulation)
12/1/13 Kansas City Star (#28 U.S. newspaper, 209,258 daily circulation)
12/1/13 redorbit.com (#6 most visited science news website)
12/1/13 PsychCentral (#15 most visited health blog)
12/1/13 KCTV Kansas City, Mo. (#31 U.S. television market)
12/1/13 KRCG Columbia, Mo.
12/1/13 KOMU Columbia, Mo.
12/2/13 KFRU-AM Columbia, Mo.
*Stories about this research appeared in more than 120 state, national and international media outlets.
Link to release: http://munews.missouri.edu/news-releases/2013/1126-women-living-with-hiv-share-their-stories-through-photography/
A reporter from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch spoke to Richard Reuben, professor in the MU School of Law, about the disconnect between state and local legislation in regards to red light camera laws.
11/23/13 St. Louis Post-Dispatch (#40 U.S. newspaper)
Together In Grief, Easing Recovery (TIGER) is a new program in the MU College of Veterinary Medicine designed to help people work through their emotions after losing their pets. Francesca Tocco, a doctoral student in the MU Sinclair School of Nursing and the MU Research Center for Human-Animal Interaction (ReCHAI), used her background in social work to help pet owners come to terms with their grief as well as prepare veterinary medicine students for working with grieving clients.
11/19/13 Veterinary Practice News
11/22/13 Associated Press
11/22/13 Lexington Herald-Leader
11/22/13 Kansas City Star (#28 U.S. newspaper)
11/22/13 Columbia Daily Tribune
Link to release: http://munews.missouri.edu/news-releases/2013/1119-new-mu-program-offers-grief-counseling-to-people-suffering-from-pet-loss/
Gregory Della Rocca, associate professor of orthopaedic surgery at the MU School of Medicine and co-director of orthopaedic trauma services at MU Health Care, found that 74 percent of orthopaedic trauma surgeons substantially underestimate the prevalence of domestic violence injuries among their patients. Since the publication of the studies, Della Rocca and his colleagues have started screening all patients and have created an educational program to train orthopaedic surgery residents.
11/11/13 Science Daily (No. 2 most-visited science news website and N. 13 most-visited health news website)
11/11/13 EurekAlert! (No. 8 most-visited science news website)
11/15/13 Yahoo! News (No. 1 most-visited internet news site)
11/15/13 Newsday (No. 13 U.S. newspaper by circulation)
Note: This story ran in more than 60 national news outlets.
Link to release: http://medicine.missouri.edu/news/0209.php
Lester Layfield, professor and chair of the Department of Pathology and Anatomical Sciences in the MU School of Medicine, found a more accurate laboratory method for diagnosing pancreatic cancer, the fourth leading cause of cancer death in the United States.
11/06/13 Science Daily (No. 2 most-visited science news website)
11/06/13 Science Codex (No. 7 most-visited science news website)
11/06/13 EurekAlert! (No. 9 most-visited sciences news website)
11/08/13 Yahoo! News (No. 1 most-visited internet news site)
Note: This story ran in more than 40 national news outlets.
Link to release: http://medicine.missouri.edu/news/0208.php