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In the Media

Seton Hall faculty are regularly featured in national and international media outlets for their academic expertise and ground-breaking research. Below is a sampling of recent media coverage.


Working Well With Colleagues of All Ages

Health Care Leadership expert Terence Cahill provides perspective on today’s multigenerational workplace and how to work well with colleagues of all ages.

U.S. News & World Report | May 23, 2018

Repealing the Affordable Care Act

School of Health and Medical Sciences Professor Stephen Wagner discusses the uncertainties surrounding the proposed repeal of the Affordable Care Act.

WSOC TV Channel 9 | February 2, 2017

'King's Speech' delights N.J. stuttering community

"The movie has done a lot to increase awareness of stuttering, but it' also helped people recognize that stutterers can turn out OK."

 

Vikram Dayalu, School of Health and Medical Sciences, CourierPostOnline.com

| February 27, 2011

Diabetes Type 3: What Could It Be?

"...with type 3 diabetes, some of the oral medications that are effective at keeping blood sugar within the normal level in type 2 no longer work."

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The art and science of defensive medicine

"Laws should protect patients from frank deviations of care but should not punish clinicians for unpredictable outcomes."

 

Denise Rizzolo, School of Health and Medical Sciences, in Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants

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Managing a multigenerational staff

"Millennials are used to getting recognized for just showing up."

 

Terrence Cahill, School of Health and Medical Sciences, American Medical News.

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Multicultural Medicine

"Our community has become so multicultural. And our mission needs to be reaching out to a culturally diverse population."

 

Brian B. Shulman, School of Health and Medical Sciences, Continental Magazine.

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