Congratulations to Health Science majors (from left to right) Olivia Simpson, Taryn Sohal, and Katie Tauchert on a successful undergraduate career at Truman State University. Best wishes in your future endeavors.
Excerpt from Ashley (Nassau) Walsh, Health Science ’02, Improving Nurse Satisfaction Requires Root Cause Solutions on Health IT Outcomes website. By Ashley Walsh, MHA, Sr. Financial Analyst and former Perioperative Business Manager, UCHealth A recent RNnetwork survey found half of the nurses they surveyed (49.8 percent) have contemplated switching professions, with 27 percent citing overwork as the […]
After graduating with a B.S. in Health Science in 2015, Linnea Heimsoth started working as a medical scribe through PhysAssist Scribes. She works directly with providers, charting in real time during each physician-patient encounter in the ER. Currently, she is a certified trainer and travels to different locations to help establish new scribe programs in […]
Advanced Sport Management class works with Kirksville Parks & Recreation and participates in the Interview Project Seventeen undergraduate Exercise Science and graduate Leadership program students are enrolled in ES 506 Advanced Sport Management class this semester with Liz Jorn, Instructor in HES. Students are participating in the interview project where they practice their interview skills […]
New for Spring 2017-Liz Jorn, Instructor in HES and Faculty Athletics Representative and Mike Bazemore, Associate Athletic Director are teaching ES 199 Athletic Leadership. The focus of the class is to help student athletes with professional development-students have taken the DISC personality inventory with the NCAA, worked on resumes, job shadowing and have even been […]
Elizabeth Barreca, HES major, will complete her two-semester senior capstone project when she makes the fourth presentation on her Photovoice project. Lizzie received a SHSE mini-grant, a MO-PIP grant, and senior grant from the Student Public Health Association to fund her project, “A Snapshot of Mental Wellness.” The Photovoice method allowed Lizzie to recruit 24 […]
Maha Mohamed, Health Science major, will be participating in an REU (Research Experiences for Undergraduates) through Western Washington University. She will spend part of her time in Bellingham, Washington, and the remainder in Kigali, Rwanda. Maha and her cohort will be working with the Primary Investigators, Rwandan colleagues, and the National Institute of Statistics Rwanda […]
Two athletic training students won scholarship awards at the 2017 MAATA Annual Symposium and Conference in La Vista, NE. Aaron Patterson (junior) and Paige Clawson (junior) were each awarded the 2017 Professional MAATA Scholarship Award. This award is based on GPA, athletic training service, community service, and research.
Katie Hirsch is a recent graduate from the exercise physiology master’s program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Working under the direction of Dr. Abbie Smith-Ryan, she conducts research in the areas of exercise, nutrition, and body composition in athletic and clinical populations, with special interests in exercise and nutritional supplementation to […]
Nic Shea is a Master’s student in exercise physiology at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. Nic works in the neuromuscular lab researching firefighter safety and performance. Nic also assists in training the UNC student athletes across all Olympic sports. Prior to UNC, Nic coached wrestling and strength and conditioning at Staley High School. […]