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October 6, 2021
Pandemic Puts College of Population Health and Its Students in the Spotlight
It took a global health crisis for people to understand what population health is, Dr. David Nash says.
September 27, 2021
Does Art Reduce Bias Among Healthcare Providers?
Jefferson researchers explores exhibit’s potential impact on the perceptions that future healthcare providers have of survivors of sexual violence.
May 27, 2021
Onward and Upward: Graduate Students Saluted at Commencement
See photos from the ceremonies for Sidney Kimmel Medical College and the Colleges of Life Sciences, Pharmacy, Population Health and Rehabilitation Sciences.
May 18, 2021
Class of 2021 Honored at 197th Commencement
Speakers praise graduates for their spirit, determination and resilience in the face of the pandemic.
April 12, 2021
Lessons in Destigmatizing Harm-Reduction Efforts
A Master of Public Health student reflects on a class project focused on ‘compassionate and supportive’ ways to help those struggling with addiction.
March 18, 2021
Why Wearing a Mask Can Be Controversial
Researchers investigate the social drivers of mask wearing during COVID-19.
February 19, 2021
‘Signs of Humanity’ Return to Life
Journal publishes a paper written by public health, medical students, alums and faculty that explores experiences of the unhoused.
February 16, 2021
Patients Get Essential Telehealth Support Through Student-Driven Program
Researchers team up with students on “Digital Onboarding Taskforce” to help patients get comfortable using technology for remote medical care.
January 20, 2021
Communicating Information about COVID-19 Using ‘Entertainment-Education’
Researcher and student team up to explore a strategy that uses storytelling to creatively and effectively communicate about health issues.
December 16, 2020
Top Jefferson Moments of 2020
The Nexus looks back at a year like none other.
December 15, 2020
Jefferson’s Health Design Lab Teams Up With UArts to Study ER Burnout
Amid COVID the pandemic, more than 70 percent of emergency physicians say they’ve experienced the sort of fatigue which can lead to exhaustion and stress.