Health Care Outlook: Helping Mothers Breastfeed / JoAnne Silbert-Flagg

We know that if a mom is successfully breastfeeding when she leaves the hospital she is more likely to continue breastfeeding. But so when I go in to visit them I you know ask them to share with me any concerns they have, I talked to them about how their breastfeeding and I try to…

Learn What Differentiates UNewHaven’s Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA)

The Master of Healthcare Administration program is CAMHE accredited, which is the gold standard for healthcare management education programs. Our program is very focused on ensuring that in every single class you are doing your case studies, doing your projects, all of your examples are specifically related to healthcare. And that’s really important. If you…

Colleges Building Community: Healthy Food Fest 2019 Recap

in August, at our orientation for the MBS class, we created 10,000 meals for local elementary school students. But a couple students and I realized that we could make a long-term impact, and we decided that we wanted to create a second event to target that same population. We started planning this event and we’ve…

Radiological Sciences Ph.D. Program: Medical Physics

Thank You Ahsan, Thank You Teresa. Wow there are so many people here, this is exciting. My name is Jodie I am a second year PhD student in the Radiological Sciences program and that’s gonna be the only time I introduced myself that way because within Radiological Sciences what I actually study is Medical Physics…

Nurse and ASU graduate student taps university resources to launch health care idea

I’m Ramona Ramadas, and I’m in the Masters of Healthcare Innovation program My background was in nursing and software development and so I felt that those experiences in community health and working in software gave me a lot of incredible ideas but I didn’t really have a great framework for bringing them to life. So…

Brown School: Our Commitment to Impact

[MUSIC PLAYING] Across my career I have admired the Brown School. It’s a place where you can do your best work, driving evidence-based practice, and changing this region and the world. I don’t think that there’s been a more important time for institutions like the Brown School to be engaged in the type of work…

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg Public Health Student Stories || Jasmine (MSPH ’18)

JASMINE WALKER: In my junior year of college, I finished my junior year, and that summer my brother passed away. He was shot and killed in Chicago, and it really propelled me, and he was one of my really big supporters to continue my education and do what I can do right now. My name…

Congratulations to the Class of 2018 | Weill Cornell Medicine

Hard a vision of a commences to train the next generation of bees and share your knowledge and your wisdom with those following in your footsteps I’m feeling very excited it’s completely unreal it still doesn’t feel like we graduated and I’m just really proud of all my classmates ten years of postgraduate education to…

The 169th Cutter Lecture – Michael Marmot – May 10, 2019

good afternoon wonderful to have you sets a full house for those of you who think you cannot manage standing for an hour there is an overflow room in the Rossano atrium at the first floor of kreski and for those who are briefed there are three seats here in France it’s my great pleasure…

A Personal Path to Science | Susannah Calhoun | Weill Cornell Medicine

I was born with a condition called fibular hemimelia Which means I was born without a fibula bone in my leg Growing up as an amputee, I’ve always been aware of the differences between myself and others These differences left me with a desire to overcome challenges and also opened my path to becoming a…