OT students discuss legislative issues with Congressional staff during AOTA Hill Day.
Students in all three Interprofessional Health Sciences programs receive training related to opioid-use disorders.
SLP professor highly specialized in the evaluation and treatment of swallowing disorders.
The IHS Campus welcomed colleagues from the South Orange campus for a reprisal of Only Philosophers and Theologians Make Good Doctorson April 29th.
MHA alumna Catherine Turbett appears on the Modern Medicine Network's Managed Healthcare Executive editorial top 10 list.
The School of Health and Medical Sciences graduate students have the opportunity to travel abroad for academic and clinical experience during their first two years..
A Homecoming to Remember: Seton Hall Alumnus set to present the SHMS Graduate Commencement and Hooding Ceremony Address.
Speech Language Pathology Student Organization earns 2019 Gold Chapter Honors.
Language development experts and co-authors, Dr. Brian B. Shulman, Dean, and Dr. Nina Capone Singleton provide insight on the influences of language development in children.
Professors Lauren Snowdon and Maggie McNiece served as on-set consultants to Bryan Cranston and Kevin Hart in The Upside.
Kathleen Nagle, PhD, CCC-SLP, has been awarded the Advancing Academic-Research Careers (AARC) Award.
Professor Boergers, in the Athletic Training Department, receives $13,965 grant from US Lacrosse for research on managing on-field emergencies.
Seton Hall and Hackensack Meridian Health to mark the open and blessing of the new Interprofessional Health Sciences Campus.
Speech-Language Pathology and Physician Assistant students collaborate perform HEENT and Oral Mechanism Exams.
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.