Dr. Jason Qualls, D.C. has been named assistant dean of clinical education at the CUKC College of Chiropractic. The announcement was made June 28, 2018, by Dr. Carl S. Cleveland III, president of Cleveland University-Kansas City.
Area High School Student Learn Medical Care Concepts, Diagnose a "Patient" Case
In a new partnership between Blue Springs, Mo., School District and Cleveland University-Kansas City, 13 high school students interested in healthcare professions found themselves exploring the life of a medical professional this June. The hands-on, five-day experience gave the students a deep dive into the fields of occupational therapy, radiologic technology, and chiropractic medicine.
Cleveland University-Kansas City (CUKC) has announced that Dr. Steve Agocs has been named Assistant Dean of Chiropractic Education. Agocs takes over for Dr. Jon Wilson, who was recently named Dean of the College of Chiropractic at CUKC. Agocs has already begun the duties associated with his new post.
The Research Department at Cleveland University-Kansas City (CUKC) was recently the recipient of a generous donation that will allow it to broaden the scope of its work. The department was gifted two pieces of MedX equipment by Dr. James A. Wyllie, a 1983 Cleveland graduate. Wyllie was revamping his practice, and no longer needed the two machines, so he contacted CUKC. After learning the testing equipment could be used in the University's research efforts, the two machines were soon on their way to the CUKC campus.
Since the spring of 2017 students attending the College of Chiropractic at Cleveland University-Kansas City (CUKC) have been using Force Sensing Table Technology™ (FSTT) to develop their psychomotor skills for chiropractic adjusting. Within just one year, the benefits of this innovative training tool became undeniable, prompting CUKC administrators to secure a second FSTT system this spring. The purchase makes CUKC the first chiropractic educational institution in the nation with two force-sensing tables available to its students.