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How Engineering Students Work With Jefferson Health to Improve Processes
Gaining real-world skills, they’re developing models that can provide advancements to the hospital system.
Architecture and Physical Therapy Students Collaborate to Improve Health and Community Engagement
They designed installations and wayfinding strategies for the Wyss Wellness Center.
Health Communication Design Can Help Navigate Tricky Topics
For her capstone, student Alyssa Liegel designs an app to break down stigmas and provide puberty and sex education resources.
Pharmacy Students Pivot to Today’s Health Crises, Including the Pandemic and Opioids
They now administer COVID vaccines and encourage patients to return extra doses of opioids.
Writing Competition Tackles Gun Violence, an ‘Ugly Hydra of a Creature’
Jefferson community pen powerful personal essays on this epidemic’s toll.
22 Memorable University Moments of 2022
The Nexus looks back at the biggest Jefferson stories of the year.
Digital Tools and Shared Decision-Making
Exploring the ways technology can improve collaborative treatment approaches for patients with opioid use disorder.
Community Trauma and Counseling Program Reaches Communities Through Faith-Based Leaders
Director Dr. Nicole Johnson shares her knowledge with some of the most impactful voices.
Air Force Veteran Helps Improve Outcomes at Jefferson’s Pro Bono Clinic
As a physical therapy student, Jonathan Adams helped underserved community members overcome language and care barriers.
Is Moderate Coffee Drinking Good for Your Health?
Recent research suggests major health benefits to consuming coffee—even increasing longevity. However, more data and continued moderation are necessary.
JeffSolves Brings Medicine and Design Together to Improve Patient Care
Industrial design and med students collaborate with nurses to solve complicated problems. Watch their pitches.