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Health

Sidney Kimmel Medical College Students Celebrate Unique Match Day
In joyful virtual ceremony, members of ‘a special class’ learn where they complete their residencies.
Communicating the Pandemic’s Effects on Culture and Society Through Data
Visual communication design and health communication design students collaborate on unique COVID-19 publication.
How Best to Address the Pandemic-Related Youth Behavioral-Health Crisis
With young students returning to in-person education after a long layoff, it is time to focus on what we can do to bolster mental-health support systems.
Jefferson Propels Students to the Next Career Step
Undergrads achieve over 96% employment, grad school success rate.
How Can We Improve Mental Health Care for Children and Families?
Combating stigma and fostering promotion and treatment for mental wellness
Tips for Healthier Eating and Living
The coordinator of the University’s MS in Nutrition and Dietetic Practice program talks diet trends and healthier lifestyles.
Professor Fashions Unique Coat for Pioneering Jefferson Stroke Patient
Anne Hand helps Aaron Ulland stay warm this winter.
Addressing the Gaps in Disability Education
Jefferson works to make medical students more comfortable caring for people with complex disabilities.
Get My Job: Spotlight on Athletic Training
Alumnus Donald Smith serves as a local university’s head strength and conditioning coach and certified athletic trainer.
Mind Over Matter
One stroke patient's journey to help researchers understand if brain implants connected to a robotic arm brace can help him … and eventually other survivors … restore movement.
Effort Aims to Improve Life for Patients With a Rare Disease
Cross-disciplinary team of students and faculty working with those battling fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva.