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Population Health Researcher Launches COVID-19 Survey
Jefferson’s Dr. Sharon Larson hopes to gather real-time data during the pandemic to ‘inform practice and policy.’
Students Celebrate in Untraditional Match Day
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Sidney Kimmel Medical College students learn their next career step.
Mobile Testing for COVID-19 Now at All Major TJUH Sites
Jefferson patients with a physician-ordered test can walk or drive up for testing.
Explaining the Dire Need to ‘Flatten the Curve’
Dr. David Nash of the Jefferson College of Population Health delves deeper into the phrase that’s come to define COVID-19 prep.
When an Emoji Is Worth a Thousand Words
iPhone update ushers in a more inclusive world, occupational therapy student writes.
Training Physicians for the Future, Not the Past
Students David Klodowski and Jeremiah Davis say it's integral to weave sociocultural training into the foundation of medical education.
Medical Student’s Poetry Gives Voice to ALS Patients
Brittany File’s scholarly inquiry track in the humanities program provided emotional insights into a ‘ruthless disease.’
Democracy in Action
JeffVotes students ensure hospitalized patients can participate in the Pennsylvania primary.
Superheroes Create Superpowers for Those With Autism
Medical student Michele DeMuth develops superhero playwriting workshop for tweens and teens.
Ram Relax Cart Bolsters Mindfulness
The project developed by three occupational therapy professors helps students to relax and concentrate in class.
From Microbiology to Microfiber
Jefferson scientist melds passions for a career second act in textiles.