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Health

For the Win
OT students raise money for wheelchair basketball team in Ecuador.
Program Offers Patient Companionship, Imparts Empathy on Students
Volunteers take turns spending time with terminally ill patients in their final days.
Start Your Engines!
Putting special needs children in the driver’s seat.
Students Take Next Career Step on Match Day
They vied for some 32,000 spots among 4,800 U.S. residency programs.
A Great Assist
Industrial design and occupational therapy students work together to solve patient needs.
At Pop-Up Event, OT Students Support Autism Community
The students helped people with autism gain independence and job skills.
Jefferson Health Hack Addresses Health Care’s Pressing Issues
Teams pitched concepts in three tracks: Health Care with No Address, Wearables and Data Science, and Medicinal Cannabis and Hemp.
The Meaning of “Home” Explored in Jefferson’s “Signs of Humanity” Exhibit
Public health and medical students team up with renowned artist and professor, Willie Baronet, to explore the question: “What does home mean to you?”
Get on the Bus
Through Health Mentors Program, students seek to improve bus seating for seniors and people with disabilities and chronic conditions.
OT Students Provide Care and Companionship to Family with Special Needs
One local family has forged a special relationship with students in the MS in occupational therapy program at Jefferson.
Jefferson Launches Nation’s First Academic Department of Integrative Medicine
The Department is set to feature a novel curriculum, focusing on clinical applications of integrative medicine - including a master’s degree and several certificate programs.