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Health

Creativity, Talents and Inventive Spirit on Display at Celebration of Innovation
University recognizes eight projects by students and faculty that improve lives.
Middle East Fellowship Forever Changes Nursing Professor
“I expected to learn a lot about Israel on this trip,” Dr. Jennie Ryan writes. “I didn’t anticipate learning so much about myself.”
How Does Sustainable Design Help Create Better Healthcare Facilities?
Connecting patients with the natural world through design.
Medical Student Aims to Increase Health Professionals’ Understanding of Deaf Patients
Through the JeffMD Curriculum, Natalie Perlov develops lecture series to explore cultural, linguistic, historical and artistic facets of deafness and ASL.
Jefferson Welcomes Students at Convocation
Full of hope, excitement and confidence, members of the new class look to the future.
Sparking Joy in Teaching
Through Faculty Day, Jefferson educators collaborate, share and innovate.
How Nursing Research Improves Patient Care and Recovery
Nursing researcher shares her passion for helping patients and the future generation of nurses.
As the New ‘Healers of Society,’ Students Begin Their Med School Journey
The Sidney Kimmel Medical College Class of 2026 receive their white coats.
Jefferson Students Write Personalized Stories for Children in Underserved Communities
The Story Initiative aims to promote literacy and encourage confidence around the world.
Get My Job: Spotlight on Midwifery
Class of 2016 alumna Jen Heller provides care on a remote Aleutian Island.
From Principles to Practice: Bringing Medical Ethics to Life
A new case-based session covers common ethical conflicts medical students encounter during their clinical rotation.