Items listed under "Health Sciences"

Anna Zendell and Rosemary McDonald Publish Article in FRA Today

School of Health Sciences Faculty Program Director Anna Zendell, Ph.D.,M.S.W. and Adjunct Faculty Rosemary McDonald, L.M.W. recently co-wrote and published an article about PTSD in the military  in an issue of Fleet Reserve Association (FRA) Today. Congratulations! “Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a...  [Read More]

Rocco Reports on HAPS Conference

By Dr. Laurie Rocco, School of Health Sciences Instructional Faculty and 2016 Distinguished Faculty Award Recipient My Excelsior professional development award for 2016 allowed me to attend the 30th Annual Human Anatomy & Physiological Society (HAPS) Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. The goal...  [Read More]

CME Collaborates with Military Medical Education and Training Campus

Susan Dewan, assistant vice president of the Center for Military and Veteran Education attended a meeting at the Military Medical Education and Training Campus (METC) at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, on April 28.   METC trains more than 18,000 military servicemembers annually from...  [Read More]

Betschman Honored with Leadership Award

Nicole Betschman, DHed (ABD), MA, CHES, faculty in Excelsior’s School of Health Sciences, was named one of the Top 40 Under 40 honorees for the class of 2016 at East Carolina University. This award was created in an effort to recognize emerging leaders...  [Read More]

Levernois Presents at QM Regional Conference

By Cynthia Levernois, MBA Adjunct Faculty, School of Health Sciences On March 18, 2016, I attended and presented at the Quality Matters Regional Conference on Quality Assurance in Online Learning in New York City. The keynote speaker for the conference, Dr. MJ Bishop,...  [Read More]

Bachelor Publishes, Makes Presentations

Jeremy Bachelor, an adjunct instructor in the School of Health Sciences who teaches Spanish for Health Care Professionals had an article published on the relationship between grammar and pragmatics in foreign language learners. It is published in a peer reviewed journal titled “Conexión intrínseca...  [Read More]

Rozell-Shannon Presents at Florida Hospital

Linda Rozell-Shannon, PhD, faculty in the School of Health Sciences, presented PTSD: Assessing Mothers of Infants with Hemangiomas as part of Nicklaus Children’s Hospital’s Pediatric Grand Rounds on September 25. She is the founder of the Vascular Birthmarks Foundation, and was the subject...  [Read More]

Robbins Presents at Correctional Health Conference

Judith Robbins, JD, LCSW, faculty in the School of Health Sciences presented  “Beginners Guide to Evidence Based Practice”  at the National Conference on Correctional Health Care in Dallas, Texas for the National Commission on Correctional Health Care.  At Excelsior, Robbins teaches PBH...  [Read More]

Distinguished Faculty Honored at Commencement

Six faculty members were honored at an All-Faculty Luncheon hosted by Provost Mary Beth Hanner on Thursday, July 9. More information on each recipient is available in the Commencement Program. Students nominated over 150 instructors for Distinguished Faculty of the Year.  All nominees...  [Read More]

Barthold Earns Doctorate

Melissa Barthold, DNP, RN-BC, CPHIMS, FHIMSS, a member of Excelsior’s faculty in the School of Health Sciences, earned a Doctor of Nursing Practice, Nursing Informatics in July, 2015. She is senior clinical solutions strategist at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, in...  [Read More]