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Faculty Spotlight: Michael Jessee Adkins

March 16, 2020

Dr. Michael Jessee Adkins currently teaches Graduate Veterans Health certificate courses as an adjunct instructor for the Department of Interdisciplinary Health Studies. The Graduate Veterans Health certificate provides students and/or post-professional health and healthcare workers with a background in advanced and specific knowledge for work with veterans in health and healthcare settings.

CHSP's 'Experiencing Health Professions' event demonstrates lasting impact of faculty research, teaching at OHIO

March 4, 2020

The Gait Lab, Healthy Village and interdisciplinary virtual reality experiences were just a few of the highlights of Ohio University’s College of Health Sciences and Professions’ (CHSP) first-ever “Experiencing Health Professions: From Science to Practice” event on Thursday, Feb. 27.

The free event welcomed participants to Grover Center to view research presentations, engage in interactive demonstrations, guided and unguided tours and more.

Student Spotlight: Molly Beerman

February 28, 2020

Molly Beerman is a current undergraduate student in the School of Nursing and she also recently completed an undergraduate certificate in global health this past fall. The certificate is a part of the Global Health Initiative housed in the Department of Interdisciplinary Health Studies.

In summer of 2019, Molly traveled to Nepal to find out more about human trafficking.

Burnout in the healthcare professions and how to cope

November 18, 2019

Burnout is common among healthcare professionals. Learn how to cope with stress and fatigue.

Burnout in the healthcare professions and how to cope

November 13, 2019

Tobe Gillogly has more than 16 years of experience as a physical therapy assistant. She is also the chair of the Department of Interdisciplinary Health Studies in Ohio University’s College of Health Sciences and Professions and said all healthcare professionals can experience times of extreme stress which can impact their ability to provide optimal care for others and themselves.

BSIHS furthers educational goals of graduates

October 9, 2019

Tonianne Carpenter stared down the Zane Trace High School track and eyed each hurdle. She bent down and burst from the line as the race began. When she finished, a friend approached and told her she needed to see a doctor right away.

At age 14, Carpenter, of Chillicothe, Ohio, was unaware of how the next few weeks would ultimately impact and change her career path — helped also by the Bachelor of Science in Integrated Healthcare Studies in Ohio University’s College of Health Sciences and Professions.

BSIHS' first graduate finds purpose in helping fellow veterans

August 8, 2019

James Clemente enlisted in the United States Army in 1985 and served through 2007. Upon retirement, he questioned where his path would lead. He only knew that he wanted to help people.