Biomedical Ethics Professor Bryan Pilkington discusses the role of ethics and morality when comes to the COVID-19 vaccine.
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.
Why did N.J. open up vaccines to teachers, others, when some are still waiting for an appointment? State says it has a plan.
Health policy expert Anne Hewitt discusses the state's decision to open up COVID-19 vaccine scheduling to more New Jersey residents.
SHMS Healthcare Administration expert Nalin Johri shares his insight on new studies examining if COVID-19 survivors can be protected with only one vaccine dose.
Healthcare expert Dr. Stephen Wagner discusses policies around COVID-19 unclaimed deaths.
Occupational therapy professors, Dr. Ramona Guthrie and Dr. Meryl Picard, provide resources and tips for assisting adults with disabilities in voting.
Occupational therapy professors, Ramona Guthrie and Meryl Picard, discuss how people with disabilities engage in voting during a pandemic.
Healthcare policy experts Anne Hewitt and Nalin Johri provide advice on reopening state unemployment offices.
Alumnus, John Baker, MS, ATC, `15, Highlights Telemedicine in a Time When Most Are Urged to Stay at Home.
Baker emphasizes the benefits of telehealth while hospitals remain filled with COVID-19 patients.
Dr. John A. Gallucci, President`s Advisory Group (PAG) Member, Discusses How to Keep Head, Neck, and Back Safe While Working from Home
With work at home orders in place, many Americans are finding themselves with body pains, Dr. Gallucci discusses ways to prevent this from occurring.
Elizabeth Bigos, Chief Nursing Officer at ProHEALTH, speaks about what it is like on the front line of COVID-19 testing.
Seton Hall University partners with the New Jersey Hospital Association, the Medical Society of New Jersey and the NJ Association of Health Plans on another year of the NJHELA certification program.
Physician Assistant program teaches Clifton High School students about the PA profession through outreach program funded by the nccPA Health Foundation.
Christopher Hanifin, Department Chair and Assistant Professor of Physician Assistant, discusses the risks of taking antibiotics without a prescription.
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