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How Parents Can Help Young Children Get ‘Back to School’
Whether it’s virtual or in-person learning, they’ll need reassurances and honesty for a seamless transition in the fall.
Addressing the Body, Mind and Spirit
With two new certificate programs, Jefferson’s department of integrative medicine and nutritional sciences works to optimize people’s health.
Learning from Women with Opioid Use Disorder
Understanding trauma women experienced as children can inform better care for moms struggling with opioid use disorder.
Confronting Racism in the Therapy Room
From microaggressions to advocacy, Dr. Shawn Blue talks about the challenges and responsibilities that come with being part of an underrepresented minority in the mental health space.
Cytotechnology Alumna Melds Art, Science, Scuba
Taryn Waraksa pieces together a patient’s clinical puzzle.
Grief and Prejudice – How Asian Americans Are Coping During the Pandemic
A Jefferson faculty member shares her family’s experience of grieving the loss of a loved one to COVID-19, while facing racial prejudice and stigma.
How Architecture Design Can Help Those With Autism Engage With the World
CABE and Jefferson Health’s Center for Autism and Neurodiversity and a slew of experts team up for fall course and symposium to examine architecture’s impact with those on the spectrum.
Supporting Families During COVID-19
Community and trauma counseling student shares activities to positively engage children.
Celebrating the Class of 2020
Under extraordinary circumstances, Jefferson graduates look back–and to the future.
Get My Job: Spotlight on Industrial Design and Occupational Therapy
Professor Mike Avery developed Jefferson’s advanced practice certificate in using design in healthcare delivery.
Dealing With Grief in the Age of COVID-19
Facing an inconceivable loss of human life, a mounting economic toll, and a “new normal”, we look for answers on how to cope with grief in various forms.