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May 24, 2021
A campus program in the School of Health Sciences has been created to impact physical, mental, and emotional health in homebound and isolated populations. The program will air biweekly episodes on Thursday evenings via the program's YouTube platform.
May 12, 2021
These four awards recognize members of the Elon community for excellence in teaching, scholarship, civic engagement and mentoring.
April 26, 2021
Accepting submissions until May 2! Submissions do NOT need to be from just the past year.
April 15, 2021
The health care industry publication interviewed Associate Professor Tiffany Morris, chair of the Department of Nursing, about the new nursing program that will enroll its first students this fall.
School of Health Sciences faculty and staff present at Association for Death Education and Counseling’s annual conference
April 15, 2021
Associate Professor Tracey Thurnes and Dianne Person, director of the Anatomical Gift Program presented “Better End-of-Life Conversations: A Mutually Beneficial Educational Experience.”
April 6, 2021
The 4th Annual APTA NC Student Special Interest Group-Led Student Conclave was held Saturday, March 20.
March 24, 2021
A new research study by Elon’s School of Health Sciences aims to determine how long COVID-19 antibodies last after vaccination.
March 3, 2021
Morris comes to the Elon University School of Health Sciences with nearly 30 years of nursing experience including significant experience in nursing education at N.C. colleges and universities.
February 27, 2021
The 38 new graduates in the Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies program's Class of 2021 participated in their Commencement ceremony in the Great Hall on Saturday, Feb. 27.
February 10, 2021
Paula DiBiasio, associate professor in physical therapy and GLO program coordinator, and Danielle Lake, director of design thinking and associate professor, are partnering with Doctor of Physical Therapy program students and Global Learning Opportunities (GLO) program alumni to co-design the future of GLO. DiBiasio envisions a more flexible program that positively impacts healthcare disparities by promoting students’ development of skills related to engaging with difference sensitively and equitably.