Jenna Evans will defend her dissertation on "Reducing Thirty-Day Hospital Readmissions in Drug and Medication Poisoning: An Observational Study" on July 25.
National Athletic Trainers' Association awards top prize to Seton Hall students for video contest promoting AT profession.
PhD in Health Sciences degree candidates to defend dissertations on these topics on March 21.
PhD in Health Sciences candidate explores the effects of English proficiency on access, utilization and health status.
M.S. in Athletic Training alumnus John Baker & current student Taylor Beam discuss the AT profession and SHU’s MSAT program.
The effects of dual-tasking on spatiotemporal parameters of gait in older adults and patient fall-risk in a geriatric psychiatry unit are the topics of the February 19-20 defenses.
"Project Write to Learn" brings OT and SLP Scholars into elementary schools to help children with Specific Learning Disabilities (SLD).
The School of Health and Medical Sciences announces new partnerships with Australian Catholic University and University of Canterbury.
Why alumna Mercedes Cunningham, MS'14, ATC, Asst. Athletic Trainer at Boston College, loves her job and is grateful to Seton Hall.
Recent grads talk about their time in the M.H.A. program and how they apply their skills and knowledge in the working world.
Carolyn Serrano defends her dissertation on The Determinants of Behavioral Intent to Adopt the Closed-loop Artificial Pancreas among Healthcare Providers.
School of Health and Medical Sciences Dean elected to Distinguished Fellowship of the National Academies of Practice in Speech-Language Pathology.
The event featured interactive stations to address vision, productive aging, fall reduction, balance and technology.
Dissertation Defense - Agrammatic Broca's Aphasia: Comparison of Two Treatment Approaches
Parents brought their children to campus as part of an early intervention course in the Dept. of Speech-Language Pathology.
Dean Shulman announces: School of Health and Medical Sciences exceeds “Rise to the Challenge” campaign goal, resulting in a $10,000 matching gift.
Three graduate students present research findings at the 100th American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference.
Why a Master of Healthcare Administration degree may be the "next step" for you - or someone you know!
PhD student and professor publish study showing link between Medicaid expansion and reduction in cardiovascular disease.
Collaborative athletic training, gait adaptation, diagnostics, and horizontal violence in nursing will be discussed.