Speaking Up to Prevent Medical Errors
Video: The story of 18-month-old Josie King, who died from medical errors. Her mother, Sorrel, speaks at Seton Hall 9/17.
Pearls of Wisdom
A clinical preceptor for the Physician Assistant program, Dr. Catherine Trader teaches students about following their instincts.
Giving Back to the Profession
Fieldwork educator and alumnus Randy Marti helps OT students take classroom knowledge into real-world clinical settings.
Partners in Research
School of Health and Medical Sciences students have the opportunity to conduct research alongside experienced faculty.
Seton Hall Featured on Nurse.com
of Health and Medical Sciences and College of Nursing students participated in
a disaster simulation on campus.
Bodies in Motion
High-tech equipment aids research in the School of Health and Medical Sciences'
Functional Human Performance Lab.
Helping the Community
Physician Assistant colleagues develop an interprofessional oral health outreach program in Boston.
Children's Medicine: What NOT to Do
Christopher Hanifin, Physician Assistant dept. chair, discusses the complexities of dosing medications for children.
New Health and Medical Sciences Center and Institute
The School of Health and Medical Sciences establishes a Center and an Institute
focused on Interprofessional Education.
CAHME Accreditation for MHA Program
Seton Hall's MHA program, offered online and on campus, is the only CAHME-accredited program in New Jersey.
Graduate Earns Second SHU Degree
Mike Mozia, a second time Seton Hall graduate, walked across the stage at the May 2014 commencement.
‘War on Cancer’ Keynote on April 22
Arnold Rubin, MD: "Should There Be a War on Cancer? Certainly Not, Because the Enemy is 'Us'" at SHMS Research Colloquium.
Alum Becomes U.S. Air Force Captain
Physical Therapy grad Joanna Borawski, DPT '10, was commissioned as a Captain in the USAF in a campus ceremony April 8.