Researchers will create and test an intervention to improve writing in elementary students with language disabilities.
"Stop Killing our Patients: Pandemic, Protest and the Outcry for Justice" is a multidisciplinary expert panel discussion.
The panel on research and ethics in a pandemic features president of the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities.
Paschal Nwako, Ph.D., a graduate of the Health Sciences PhD program in the School of Health and Medical Sciences, leads in the fight against Coronavirus.
School of Health and Medical Sciences Professor Bryan Pilkington will present an interdisciplinary panel featuring the Hastings Center's Nancy Berlinger.
Physician Assistant Student Society of Seton Hall University (PASSSHU) organized a COVID-19 relief fundraiser to aid healthcare workers.
5 tips on how to practice responsible outdoor exercise in a time of social distancing.
The Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) is now ranked #3 in best online colleges for value.
Bioethics professor, Dr. Bryan Pilkington, explains the need for collaboration to address the ethical challenges of COVID-19.
Seton Hall’s IHS campus community has come together to discuss ethical issues related to COVID-19 in a new series of events.
Associate Dean Zhang provides expertise as a researcher of the COVID-19 public health pandemic.
Etana Edelman published a feature article in NJ.com and appeared on The Brian Lehrer Show with Professor Meryl Picard.
Seton Hall shines among the top schools nationally for both PT and OT.
Seton Hall’s SLP program ranked in the top 100 nationwide and No. 1 in New Jersey.
Third-year occupational therapy student calls on therapists to keep the elderly online and out of stores.
Students expand on their knowledge through hands-on rehabilitation at top tier clinical sites.
Amid changes in the profession, Seton Hall's MSAT continues to yield skilled certified athletic trainers.
School of Health and Medical Sciences co-sponsors the SHU-HPMSNJ Graduate Healthcare Management Student Case Study Challenge.
OT students discuss legislative issues with Congressional staff during AOTA Hill Day.
Students in all three Interprofessional Health Sciences programs receive training related to opioid-use disorders.