Interprofessional education is a cornerstone of the curriculum at Seton Hall and Dr. Florian Thomas has already started.
The School of Health and Medical Sciences announces new partnerships with Australian Catholic University and University of Canterbury.
Recent grads talk about their time in the M.H.A. program and how they apply their skills and knowledge in the working world.
Two co-curricular events aim to help SHMS students enhance their knowledge of interprofessional healthcare delivery.
The 15-credit graduate certificate prepares leaders for today’s rapidly changing, international healthcare environment.
School of Health and Medical Sciences alumni and clinical partners on preparing for and responding to infectious diseases.
School of Health and Medical Sciences publishes new issue of INS!GHTS Magazine, featuring "Why Research Matters."
Children in grades 3 through 6 needed for University-based research study about literacy.
School of Health and Medical Sciences hosts day of interprofessional education programming for first-year students.
Interprofessional practice is not just a buzz word in the healthcare industry. Patient-centered collaboration is the standard.
Students are raising funds to support the American Cancer Society through the Seton Hall Relay for Life, April 17-18.
"Speaking Up" Recap: "Heads were shaking with disbelief" as Sorrel King told of Josie's death due to medical errors.