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Students to fly halfway around the world to help refugees.
Ching will be presented the Interprofessional Collaboration Award by the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) at its 2017 Annual Conference and Centennial Celebration in April
Podiatry Students Participate in Nation’s First Simulated Internal Medicine Rotation
The “I Am Anatomy” campaign will demonstrate through social media and a series of educational videos that a diverse group of scientists practice the discipline
OT students deliver gifts to adopted families
World AIDS Day: SMU Alum Fighting AIDS 35 Years After Epidemic Began
The award recognizes the improvements Giles has made in clients' lives through "relentless kindness"
More than 100 students, faculty, and staff at Samuel Merritt University (SMU) crowded into a classroom
Working with patients who are frequent users of emergency rooms to improve their quality of life
Explore human motion analysis with speakers from across North America.
Is your race represented respectfully in mainstream media? Can you express your sexual orientation publicly without fear of social ramifications?
Hordes of Samuel Merritt University (SMU) students, staff, and faculty were shocked and awed as they witnessed the on-stage mauling and de-braining of Associate Professor Sharon Gorman at the conclusion of the third annual Zombie Health Symposium Monday,
Starting a full-time nursing program can be scary and stressful. Students at Samuel Merritt University (SMU) have a solution that builds friendships and community.
Patients would get better medical care if they shared their sexual orientation and gender identity with their healthcare providers, according to Samuel Merritt University Assistant Professor Ciara Cox.
100 nurses and SMU nursing students attended this year's Ethnic Health Institute Symposium
DNP student Angela Flowers has big plans. She hopes to influence U.S. healthcare reform and someday assume a leadership position at the World Health Organization.
The Community Learning Forum resumes this fall with topics ranging from the Affordable Care Act to the effects of long-term pain medication
To help celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, Samuel Merritt University (SMU) invited Michael Benitez Jr., a nationally renowned social justice educator and activist-scholar to speak at the Oakland campus’ Health Education Center Sept. 29 at 6 p.m.
Professor Gordon Giles treats patients with significant brain injuries whose neurological impairments have caused many of them to fail in other treatment settings.
Profiles of Passion is a series of stories about newly enrolled SMU students who have demonstrated their dedication to transforming healthcare in their communities and the world even before their first day of classes.
First-year student Sadaf Sherzai catapults herself into the underrated field of podiatry
Two women who became the first African Americans to earn the title of full professor at SMU hope their historic promotions will encourage students of color to pursue healthcare education.
National Suicide Prevention Week is a good opportunity to spread awareness of what signs to look for in family members and friends who may be experiencing symptoms of severe depression.
SMU nursing student Vanessa Lazo is training young adults how to mentor teenagers about managing their arthritis.

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