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Health

PHOTOS: Jefferson Grads Honored at 198th Commencement
Speakers urge the Class of 2022 to be ambitious and ‘choose your cool.’
How Do We Break Down the Barriers to Telehealth?
Utilizing education, training and research to usher in a new era of health care.
Celebrating the Jefferson Class of 2022
Students look back as they embark on their next career step.
Students Work to Ease Burden During Nationwide Nursing Shortage
Helping Hands program allows nursing students to provide real-world support.
Collaboration Leads to Innovation With Occupational Therapy-Industrial Design Projects
Student groups create assistive technology for people with special needs.
Can a Jefferson Degree
Make Graduates Robot-Proof?
Fostering creativity and innovation gives grads an edge as they enter the workforce.
Jefferson Drives Students to Succeed
Undergrads achieve 97% employment and grad school success rate.
Looking Back: Stories of the Sidney Kimmel Medical College Class of 2022
The Nexus recaps more moments from Match Day.
Hugs, Cheers and Relief at In-Person Match Day Ceremony
Over 250 Sidney Kimmel Medical College students find out where they will complete their residencies.
Capturing the Experiences of New Mothers During COVID-19
New moms participate in a research project to document the early weeks of motherhood with photos and reflect on the challenges and adaptations of the pandemic.
How Will History Reflect on U.S. Reaction to COVID?
Poorly, says an American studies instructor, who spent decades studying the ‘Spanish Flu’ outbreak.