Campus News Archives

An interview with Stanford Life Flight Program Manager Michael Baulch
Physical injuries can trigger past experiences with trauma in other parts of patients’ lives
This Black History Month (and every day) structural determinants of health should be on every care provider's mind
Students explore the role of educators and develop their teaching skills
Terry Nordstrom, VP of enrollment and student services, has been honored with a national award for his contributions to PT
Every dollar of scholarship money won is one less dollar of debt to pay back.
Growing knowledge of the lived experience of mental illness through art
Mayra Jimenez gives tips on finances, academics, work/life balance and more!
Growing relationships with formerly homeless clients
Interview: Who are the people charged with being the student voice?
The program's first 38 graduates celebrated their academic achievement
Confronting the myth that movement belongs to PT's
Food pantries in Oakland, Sacramento and San Mateo campuses open on Dec. 8
The median earnings for SMU students a decade after starting their bachelor degree studies are $106,700
What would it take to reshape the experience of care inmates receive? How can we help others live with dignity?
The event will take place on Friday, Nov. 10 at 11:30 a.m. in the Bechtel Room
“This past year serves as a true testament that anything is possible.”
As a nurse-in-the-making, this experience solidified my desire to pursue this field and be a critical part of mending communities when they most need it.
Mistakes happen when communication breaks down. Early exposure to IPE is critical to our development as care providers.
Thanks in part to the practicality and lower cost of PA school — and rising salaries — the PA profession is experiencing an unprecedented boom
As a nurse case manager at La Clínica in Oakland’s Fruitvale District, Hernandez assists patients with chronic conditions
On Oct. 2, join a community discussion about healthcare professions planning for life-threatening disasters
SMU will train interdisciplinary teams of students from 9 schools on a new model of care
Researchers are recruiting women who have completed treatment as well as women with no history of breast cancer
Recent purchases include a Biodex isokinetic dynamometer, a sophisticated system that tests muscle strength and power, and two AMTI force platforms

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