Campus News Archives

As living conditions deteriorate in the homeless camps, healthcare treams hope to prevent people from getting sicker
Cocaine, heroin, and opium common drugs of the era
How can we provide care without naively asking shaming questions? How can we slow down and listen to our patients rather than hunt for symptoms?
When Zach Dochnahl graduates with a DPT next year, he hopes to work with veterans like himself who return from combat
Nearly 400 graduates in caps and gowns walked down the aisles of the Paramount
ABSN student AJ Reyes is becoming a nurse to give back to the profession that saved his life.
Gary Hall Jr. Will Give the Commencement Address Friday, May 26
How do you choose between an ABSN or BSN program? What's the difference between RN and LVN? BSN Senior Ritz breaks down the process.
Sim Lab Team from SMU Showcases a Powerful Learning Scenario at Stanford
Guy McCormack started SMU’s Master of Occupational Therapy program in 1994. He then returned to help develop the OTD program that launched last year.
We would all benefit from living with less anxiety and more focused attention spans. And these traits are particularly important for students studying for final exams.
Rose Lim Luey's talk was the first in a series of oral histories planned by the Office of Diversity & Inclusion
Mohammad Deen spoke just hours before Syria suffered one of the deadliest chemical weapons attacks in years
Brittany Maynard’s husband Dan Diaz will co-host a public forum on end-of-life choices and palliative care at SMU
Training culturally competent healthcare practitioners to improve the health of communities of color
Our inability to look away from our tablets, smartphones and social networking platforms is changing the way we process information and perceive the world
Nurse scholars are providing free health education in Sacramento’s most underserved neighborhoods
700 residents received free health screenings at churches across the East Bay
25 Podiatry & 5 FNP students head to San Ysidro to run a free healthcare clinic
1. Resemble the communities we serve so there is a better connection.
"Poverty simulation" aims to sensitize the students to the realities of day-to-day life of people living in poverty
EHI is working to ensure that more Bay Area residents are aware of their blood pressure status
Over 250 students have participated in the program, designed to support educational success & increase racial diversity in healthcare.
After 18 months and 630 clinical hours, 25 Online FNP Students Graduate

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