College of Health Sciences and Professions
Serve. Solve. Succeed.
Now more than ever, we recognize that health is much bigger and more complex than simply treating disease. Health impacts every facet of life, from the economy to education. At Ohio University's College of Health Sciences and Professions, we’re one of the nation’s largest health-focused colleges. But more importantly, our innovative approach to addressing health -- what affects it, who provides it, and how to improve it – is big.
Our experiential and interdisciplinary philosophy means CHSP students learn to treat and optimize health through many lenses, readying them for a career path as tomorrow’s best nurses, social workers, nutritionists, sports trainers, physical therapists, hospital administrators, and more. And, as a leader in population health, we embrace community partnerships to build collaborative, scalable solutions capable of meeting the era’s biggest crises and challenges.
We teach students to think bigger, while not losing sight of the details, so they can build practical solutions that meaningfully improve health outcomes, from the front lines of a major city trauma unit to the most remote corners of Appalachia—one person and one community at a time.
Submit your nominations for numerous CHSP awards
January 17, 2022
The College of Health Sciences and Professions is seeking nominations from students, faculty and staff for numerous awards that will be announced later this semester. Links to individual nomination forms include additional details about the awards, eligibility and nominations deadlines.
Your college experience should deliver more than a diploma.
CHSP Faculty Focus
Dr. Sherleena Buchman
September 10, 2020
Dr. Sherleena Buchman is an assistant professor within CHSP's School of Nursing. Her areas of research focus include: Nursing educational studies, interprofessional education and educational technologies.