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A Farewell to Pat Auth, PhD

November 07, 2019

Dr. Pat Auth leaves an indelible mark on the College of Nursing and Health Professions. His contributions to the College and the Physician Assistant program were celebrated at a farewell party last spring.

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Class Notes

November 06, 2019

Catch up with news about alumni and classmates.

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What's News

November 06, 2019

Click here to read about all the fantastic things our PA students are doing.

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Get to Know Our PA Students

November 05, 2019

No matter what unique reasons students give for seeking careers as physician assistants, one thing most give for selecting CNHP’s program are the same. McAllister Egbire-Molen and Zach Clark both talk about the mission of our program as their deciding factor.

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Investing in the future always entails sacrifice

November 05, 2019

Both Lauren Weaver and Randall Faber saw futures in healthcare. Becoming physician assistants seemed to be the best path to meet their goals to serve and heal. Get to know these alumni, their advice for current students and how they relax and rejuvenate when they're not working.

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EAT RIGHT PHILLY Making Strides in Food Education

November 01, 2019

The PA SNAP-Ed/ Eat Right Philly program in the Department of Nutrition Sciences partners with the School District of Philadelphia and many other organizations to educate students, families and communities about nutrition and to give participants the knowledge, tools and encouragement to make healthy choices related to nutrition and physical activity.

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2019 Rubert Scholars

October 25, 2019

Four students at Drexel University College of Nursing and Health Professions are each recipients of a $10,000 scholarship from the William and Theresa M. Rubert Memorial Scholarship Trust.

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Community-Centered Health and Wellness and Academic Integration is Front and Center for CNHP

October 10, 2019

As long-term strategic plans coalesce for the College of Nursing and Health Professions, Dean Gitlin affirms our committment to community-centered health and wellness in all the areas where we serve. Roberta Waite, EdD, PMHCNS, ANEF, FAAN, with her years of scholarly, clinical and administrative expertise, is the perfect person to lead the charge of implementing learning opportunities with community practices. 

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