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Health

How Architecture Design Can Help Those With Autism Engage With the World
CABE and Jefferson Health’s Center for Autism and Neurodiversity and a slew of experts team up for fall course and symposium to examine architecture’s impact with those on the spectrum.
Supporting Families During COVID-19
Community and trauma counseling student shares activities to positively engage children.
Celebrating the Class of 2020
Under extraordinary circumstances, Jefferson graduates look back–and to the future.
Get My Job: Spotlight on Industrial Design and Occupational Therapy
Professor Mike Avery developed Jefferson’s advanced practice certificate in using design in healthcare delivery.
Dealing With Grief in the Age of COVID-19
Facing an inconceivable loss of human life, a mounting economic toll, and a “new normal”, we look for answers on how to cope with grief in various forms.
SKMC Student Works on Dr. Fauci’s Team Fighting COVID-19 Pandemic
Neel Nabar reflects on a hectic and ‘surreal’ spring of working to ‘guide intelligent vaccine design’ and more at the National Institutes of Health.
Jefferson Architecture and Industrial Design Students Help Israel Medical Center Look Toward its Future
The COVID-19 pandemic nixed in-person collaborations, but the joint ‘City of Health’ effort is still off to a wonderful start.
To Those Who Have Just Begun Their Journey With the White Coat …
Jefferson professor of medicine offers words of encouragement during the COVID-19 era.
Art in Times of Crisis
What lessons can we learn from art therapists in times of high uncertainty and stress.
One Step of Many
Medical student activist Oluwatoni “Toni” Okuboyejo helped organize Jefferson’s White Coats for Black Lives Demonstration.
A History of Injustice – Coping with Racial Trauma
In the wake of police violence against Black people, a Jefferson mental health expert shares her own experiences of dealing with the emotional impact of racial trauma, and offers tips for coping with the anger, grief, and pain.