Our previous installment of the population-Based healthcare series, we discussed what exactly population-based healthcare is, why it is needed, as well as the many dangers of not having healthcare accessibility. In this installment, we will be examining the role of nurses in today’s healthcare structure, as well as social determinants and how they factor into healthcare accessibility. ...Click here to read more.
Once a Paralegal Studies major at Villa Julie College, Margaret Boyd-Anderson has since conquered personal battles in the pursuit of furthering her education, promoting justice, and encouraging individuals to work to the best of their abilities. ...Click here to read more.
This week, we are introducing a new blog series focused on population-based healthcare. The series will analyze and discuss issues regarding the current structure of healthcare in the United States and how to properly address and prevent those issues from occurring....Click here to read more.
As technology sees constant growth and improvement, it becomes significantly easier to share information and data with others, whether it be friends or strangers. While these advances increase the ease at which useful information can be accessed, they also raise the possibility for shared data to be exploited or misused. ...Click here to read more.
Charmain Wilson, recent graduate of the Business and Technology Management master’s program spoke with the School of Graduate and Professional Studies about her personal journey through the program, as well as the next steps in her life. ...Click here to read more.