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This year, every U.S. citizen has an important job to do—vote.
Get My Job: Spotlight on Disaster Medicine and Management
Alumnus Capt. Michael Honsberger volunteered at Ground Zero after Sept. 11, served as a combat medic overseas and now plays a crucial role in COVID-19 efforts.
Music for the Heart
Public health student writes children’s book to promote body positivity.
A Safe Space for Nurses to Share Their Coronavirus Fears
Jefferson College of Nursing launches “Nurse2Nurse,” where nurses can debrief with peers.
COVID-19 Nursing Voices
Jefferson student Caitlin Tyrell recounts her experience working in an NYC ICU.
CPR For Mental Health
Jefferson commits to unique mental health training - Mental Health First Aid - to build a community of safety, support and empathy – particularly important in a period of pandemic and isolation
Nursing Students Ready for COVID-19 Front Lines
Over 400 Jefferson graduates to soon enter the field.
Midwives Become Partners in Empowered Healthcare
On the International Day of the Midwife, Jefferson students, faculty and alumni reflect on the profession during the pandemic.
Students in Jefferson’s Health Design Lab Helping Make Important PPE Fix
A small piece of the PAPR suit battery pack kept breaking, rendering the whole suit useless, so they used 3D printing to fill the gap.
Poised to Lead in the Face of the Pandemic
Jefferson’s disaster medicine and management program covers COVID-19 in real-time.
How Creating a ‘New Army of First Preventers’ Could Help America Emerge From the Initial COVID-19 Wave
Dr. David Nash, founding dean emeritus of the Jefferson College of Population Health, discusses paths back from the age of social distancing.