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Health

23 Memorable Jefferson Moments for 2023
The Nexus looks back at some of the biggest stories from the past year.
Occupational Therapy Class Adapts Toys for Children With Disabilities
The toys will be distributed throughout the Philadelphia region during the holidays.
At JeffSolves MedTech, Students Solve Real-World Problems Nurses and Patients Face
Medical, industrial design and textile students collaborate and pitch their concepts.
Med Student Works the NFL Sidelines, Tending to Injured Players
Azra Dees is one of only 30 students selected for the NFL Diversity in Sports Medicine Pipeline Initiative.
Navigating Uncertainty in Medicine
How two emergency medicine professors are implementing communication training to improve patient outcomes.
Get My Job: Spotlight on Pharmacy
As an independent pharmacy owner, alumna Dr. Marcell Martinez helps to keep her community safe and healthy.
My Coming Out Story
“It’s important to acknowledge the cost of living authentically,” says the JeffLGBTQ+ president.
Jobs of the Future: From Mountains to Deserts and Oceans, Wilderness Medicine Provides Care in Austere Environments
Jefferson’s Wilderness and Disaster Medicine Society president explains the field’s rapid growth and why all med students can benefit from learning more about wilderness medicine.
How Can Occupational Therapists Help People With Long COVID?
With a lack of validated rehabilitation interventions for people with long COVID, occupational therapy could help patients get their lives back to normal.
On a Path With Purpose, Med Students Receive Their White Coats
The Sidney Kimmel Medical College Class of 2027 sets off in a special ceremony.
Nursing Students Enhance Skills on Global Level Through Rome Capstone
A partnership with Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore allowed 11 students to gain real-world experience at Gemelli Hospital.