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  • 2020

    • Nutrition Alum Respond to COVID-interviewed in front of a camera crew

      Nutrition Alum Respond to COVID-19 Challenges


      Food and diet has become more important as the stay-at-home orders continue, so the Department of Nutrition Sciences' alumna Kellsey Frank adapted to provide the same great experience for her student and clients. The Center for Nutrition & Performance has started seeing people via telehealth to help those who have specific concerns about health and well-being.

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      Art Therapy Graduate Student Conducts an Online Mindful-Art Session for Healthcare Professionals


      Healthcare workers are particularly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. They are giving everything while at work and at home and sometimes forget to take a minute for themselves. Grad student Emily Wexler developed a tool to help those who are struggling take a moment and an important pause.

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      Heroes in our College


      As a college educating health professionals, we are proud of our faculty, students, staff and alumni who choose to live their purpose, even in the face of a pandemic.

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      Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion During this Unprecedented Time: Call to Arms


      Why blame is not the catalyst for change. Veronica Carey, PhD, a behavioral health assistant clinical professor and assistant dean of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion helps us see this pandemic from the lens of disparity and inclusion.

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      Postdoc Research Fellow's Decision toward Nursing and her Ensuing Career


      Once Tiffany Montgomery, PhD, decided she wanted to be a nurse in high school, her plan was to deliver babies. Read how her career has unfolded to include education and research.

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    • CNHP Faculty Among Rapid Response Grant Recipients


      Drexel University's Rapid Response Research & Development Fund was designated for urgent action, short-term projects focused on COVID-19-related health and health-related research and development. Two CNHP faculty members were awarded grants to advance research and provide more PPE for our frontline heroes.

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    • Sara Tomszewski, PT, DPT working with a patient

      Faculty Expert Shares Working at Home Stretching Tips


      After you carve out a space at home where you can work a full day, how will you make sure you won't develop musculoskeletal challenges? PT faculty Sara Tomaszewski, PT, DPT shares simple exercises to relieve pain and stiffness. 

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      Tending to Students' Mental Health


      Faculty from Counseling and Family Therapy organized and recorded a 30-minute Zoom check-in for students about mental health. They provided excellent resources and tips for handling our new situation.

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      CAT Faculty Share Well-being Tips


      Faculty and staff of the Creative Arts Therapies department took time during CAT Week to share what they're practicing to promote well-being. They are CNHP Heroes of COVID-19.

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      Faculty Serving in a Hot Zone


      In this time of crisis, Heroes of COVID-19 come in all sorts of shapes, sizes and situations. From the littlest kindness to being on the front lines, the CNHP family is serving in so many different capacities.

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      Calling the Donnelly Emergency Fund into Action


      The College of Nursing and Health Professions is rapidly responding to the COVID-19 pandemic and the needs of our students. There are a variety of ways for all of us to support their education—one of which is through funding the Gloria Donnelly Emergency Fund.

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