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Doctor of Health Science and health professions certificate webinar June 16

The University of Indianapolis College of Health Sciences will host an informational webinar regarding its Doctor of Health Science and Health Professions Education programs on Thursday, June 16 at 7 p.m. EDT. Both programs are offered in an online format. The Doctor of Health Science (DHSc) program offers an interprofessional education to students who have

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Therapist and student reflects on service in Belize

Physical therapist and University of Indianapolis Doctor of Health Science student Maryleen Jones was part of UIndy’s interprofessional trip to Belize last summer. On the morning of July 25, 2015, the group was in Hopkins for some R&R and service on the Caribbean Coast. Maryleen went out for a run, listening to her iPod. This

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New professor has dual appointment in CAC & CHS

The University of Indianapolis Center for Aging & Community and the College of Health Sciences are pleased to announce that Dr. Lisa Borrero has accepted the position of Assistant Professor in both units. Borrero received her PhD from Indiana University –Bloomington in health behavior, with a minor in gerontology. Her dissertation, titled “The Nature and

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New semester in new building underway for College of Health Sciences

Classes for the Fall 2015 semester began at the University of Indianapolis yesterday. However, many of the students enrolled in the College of Health Sciences found their way to the University’s new Health Pavilion last week as several programs hosted new student orientation. The Doctor of Health Science (DHSc) program welcomed more than a dozen

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PT professor to join UIndy students on 165-mile trek

When Tammy Simmons, PT, MHS joined the faculty at the Krannert School of Physical Therapy as assistant director of clinical education in April 2014, she felt the job was the perfect culmination of all her years of varied experience in the field of PT. Little did she know that her new position would happily tie

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Plagiarism is a concern in clinic, not just classroom

When you were in high school, college or grad school, you were probably quite aware of the seriousness of plagiarism and copyright infringement. University of Indianapolis assistant professor of occupational therapy Brenda Howard said that practitioners working in the clinic need to be mindful of plagiarism and copyright laws, too. Howard recently authored an article,

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