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MAHARASHTRA UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES, NASHIK.

MAHARASHTRA UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES, NASHIK.

Dr.:__________________________________________________________________ has successfully completed requirements for the degree in Physiology of Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) Nashik. The academic activities recording in the logbook are as per departmental records and have been carried under guidance of faculty members of ________________________________________________college.

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The activist health sciences librarian

The activist health sciences librarian

My “Jerry Perry” opinion is that what truly lies at the core of these myths is the very real human worry about having difficult conversations around privilege. Why is it that some of us would deny that social justice is something that the profession needs to care about, when the public health schools we support teach a model of disease impact and burden called the social determinants of health? Why is it that there continue to be pay inequities between male and female wage earners in health sciences librarianship? Why it is that there are so few people of color in this room today? These questions are about the intersection when the personal becomes political and where the political has a place in the professional work we do. These questions are why I
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Health Sciences Division

Health Sciences Division

Briefly describe one initial idea for a collaborative project for student researchers within the health sciences division disciplines. How might faculty collaborate among disciplines to support the students?: This is a tough question, logistically speaking. Nurses are natural collaborators. We are truly the interdisciplinary profession, and are very lucky to incorporate PT, OT, Pharm, Med, Psych, Soc Work, (and nursing) etc, into one! We also earn our professional degree at UG, unlike others. If mentored, students could develop a study and add other student projects as ancillary studies. Or they could form a group freshman year and develop ideas in a think tank. I would not rely on faculty for the introduction, nor would I have students use the faculty projects. I prefer originality.
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Student Handbook. BS In Health Sciences Department of Interdisciplinary Health Sciences School of Health Professions

Student Handbook. BS In Health Sciences Department of Interdisciplinary Health Sciences School of Health Professions

The number of students in a face-to-face course is limited and may be based on several factors; the size of the classroom, the number of stations in a lab, the nature of the course material, etc. For this reason, when you are closed out of a course, the advisor can’t simply “write them in”. If the course is a health sciences course, the classroom can accommodate a few extra students AND the instructor approves, the department may consider giving you an override. If this is not a course offered by our department, permission must be obtained from the department offering the course and our program advisors have no authority in granting an override. The department giving the override must enter the permission electronically. If a paper form is used, however, a signature must be obtained from both a program advisor and the department offering the course. Online courses are strictly to 20 students. Permission to add another student to an online course must be obtained not only from the instructor and the department head but from the Dean and Provost as well. Permission is only granted in situations where all three of the following conditions are met; when this is a required course, the student is graduating that semester and there is no alternative open section.
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School of Health Sciences and School of Pharmacy & Biomolecular Sciences

School of Health Sciences and School of Pharmacy & Biomolecular Sciences

A ‘work-based’ focus to the learning approach also ensures that developing the intended scope of prescribing practice remains the central focus in the student’s journey. This will be delivered by academic staff from the Schools of Health Sciences and specialist visiting lecturers. Where profession specific skills and/or knowledge is required this is delivered by specific sessions and Action Learning Sets.

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The Ohio State University School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences Health Sciences Program Handbook

The Ohio State University School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences Health Sciences Program Handbook

The Health Sciences program is intended for students interested in continuing their education in a graduate field in health care, continuing their education from AS to a BS, or in pursuing an entry level job in health care. Students interested in graduate school pursue degrees in areas such as Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Medicine, Public Health, Hospital/Health Services Administration, Dentistry, Optometry, Nursing, Veterinary Medicine, Medical Dietetics and/or other graduate program of their choice upon graduation. The Health Sciences program also offers the opportunity for students to enter the health care field in various community education and patient center management positions. Students receive an introduction to the organization and delivery of healthcare as well as general education. The program provides the foundation of coursework for students to complete the Certified Health Education Specialist exam and can also be used for students to complete their bachelor’s degree after achieving an associate’s degree in a related health care field.
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EXERCISE & HEALTH SCIENCES

EXERCISE & HEALTH SCIENCES

Based at our Joondalup campus, ECU’s Human Performance Centre (HPC) features world-class staff, facilities and equipment. The Centre offers a wide variety of opportunities for ECU students to integrate theory with real-world skills and gain authentic hands-on experience working directly with individuals and teams in practical sports science settings. The HPC provides precise and reliable performance testing to individuals, state and community sporting teams, which all ECU Exercise and Health Sciences students can become involved in from early in their university careers, giving them a competitive edge in the workforce. The Centre also offers targeted Physical Education Studies workshops and ATAR revision opportunities for high school classes looking to effectively integrate the theory they have learned in biomechanics, exercise physiology and sports nutrition to the practical sporting arena.
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Faculty of Health Sciences (FHS)

Faculty of Health Sciences (FHS)

The Faculty of Health Sciences prepares professionals in the disciplines of public health and health sciences through graduate and undergraduate programs, and introduces future physicians to public health. It contributes to knowledge and the improvement of the public’s health in the region by conducting scholarly and relevant research and by responding to priority health issues and training needs in collaboration with stakeholders. In all of its functions, FHS promotes and adheres to the principles of ethics, social justice, and collective responsibility.
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Diploma in Applied Health Sciences

Diploma in Applied Health Sciences

course involves classroom and skills laboratory work, as well as work based experience through preceptors both pre-hospital and in-hospital. As a sponsored programme, graduates will enter a contract that ensures them employment in the Emergency Medical Services. They can go on to be operations experts, supervisors or managers in the field of Emergency Medical Care and other allied health sciences. The Higher Colleges of Technology seeks to provide our learners with the opportunities to develop, enhance and advance in the emergency care profession.

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College of Applied Health Sciences

College of Applied Health Sciences

Candidates for a bachelor’s degree from the College of Applied Health Sciences must earn the last 30 semester hours of credit in enrollment residence uninterrupted by any work at another institution. Concurrent attendance at the University of Illinois at Chicago and another collegiate institution or enrollment during the summer at another institution, when approved by the student’s college, does not interrupt the UIC enrollment residence requirement for graduation. A student must complete at least one-half of the course work required for their major field, excluding collateral course requirements, in enrollment residence at the University of Illinois at Chicago. The major course work completed in enrollment residence must include 12 hours at the advanced level. Students enrolled in profes- sional programs, Health Information Management and Human Nutrition, must complete all of their professional course work at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Upon successful completion of a proficiency examination, excep- tions may be made to the major requirement for students in the Health Information program who are currently Registered Health Information Technicians (RHITs). Transfer Credit
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Health Sciences Research Centre

Health Sciences Research Centre

At the Centre for Health Sciences Research we are developing a suite of psychometrically robust, patient-centred Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) to evaluate difficulties in activities, participation and hand function for people with musculoskeletal conditions. These can be used to: evaluate the impact of these conditions on patients’ lives; identify patients’ rehabilitation needs; evaluate the effect of therapy clinically; and as outcome measures in pharmacological and non-pharmacological studies where patient- centred PROMs are required. Specifically, we will test their psychometric properties: internal consistency, construct validity, test-retest reliability, and minimal detectable difference. The Exploratory factor analysis, Mokken Scaling and Rasch analysis will be used to test internal construct validity; correlations with other measures of general function, role/participation and hand function (Health Assessment Questionnaire, SF-36v2 and Arthritis Impact Measurement Scales 2 (Hand and Arm Function sub-scales) will establish concurrent validity; and test-retest reliability (over a two week interval) will be evaluated using kappa and intra-class coefficients. It is anticipated that this project will also result in the publication of high impact peer-reviewed scientific papers.
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Building Capacity In Applied Health Sciences UIC College of Applied Health Sciences Strategic Plan

Building Capacity In Applied Health Sciences UIC College of Applied Health Sciences Strategic Plan

The College of Applied Health Sciences (AHS) ranks among the top research colleges of allied health 1 in the nation. Started in 1961 as a school within the College of Medicine, AHS developed into a separate college officially recognized by the IBHE in 1979. Over the subsequent years the College evolved into its current academic organization. Currently, nearly 1,000 students are enrolled in its academic programs 1 held in six academic departments and one institute. We are known internationally for our academic degree programs and scholarship in health, disability studies, and rehabilitation sciences. Our broad based research portfolio ranges from laboratory based research to scholarship in the humanities.
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MAHATHMA GANDHI COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES

MAHATHMA GANDHI COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES

In order to improve the avenues for Health related jobs for the people of Palakkad District a Para Medical Health Sciences Division namely “ Mahathma Gandhi College of Health Sciences under the Mahathma Gandhi Educational Society was commenced in the academic year 2014-15 offering courses in

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SECTION 14 :: FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES

SECTION 14 :: FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES

Students seeking admission into the Bachelor of Allied Health Sciences (BAHSc) program must have a two-year health professional diploma from an accredited educational institution with a cumulative GPA of 2.7 or higher (on a four-point scale) and hold a certificate of competence from the licensing body of which they are registered. Qualified students will be conditionally accepted and must successfully complete both the Mathematical Reasoning and the Scholarly Writing bridge courses with a grade of C (GPA of 2.0) or higher prior to acceptance into the BAHSc degree program.

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Faculty of Health Sciences

Faculty of Health Sciences

At the Faculty of Health Sciences we believe that, through creativity and innovation, we are creating an extraordinary magic to open an array of possible career choices. As a centre of excellence, the Faculty of Health Sciences is fully committed to broaden the development process of students through teaching, research and community service. The faculty plays an important role in community-based education and is on both national and international level actively involved in community service in the health sector.

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Health Care & Health Sciences

Health Care & Health Sciences

Due to the explosion of new technology as well as an unprecedented aging population, there is a current and projected shortage of workers – creating a crisis in health care across this country. As a result, today’s health sciences professionals are in high demand not just across the nation, but also locally, right here in Western New York.

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Health Sciences Programs

Health Sciences Programs

In addition to the general requirements for admission to degree candidacy, applicants to either the clinical management and leadership clinical research administration or emergency health services programs must have successfully completed an associate's degree or equivalent from a regionally accredited college or university or from an acceptable hospital-based program. Admission to either program requires 60 credit hours of advanced standing, generally in a health sciences discipline, with 3 hours of English composition; when applicable, clinical training may be part of the 60 hours of advanced standing. For the emergency health services program, all applicants must hold certification as an Emergency Medical Technician-Basic. The clinical management and leadership program, clinical research administration program, and the emergency health services program each require 120 credit hours. Students must complete a minimum of 60 GW credits in order to meet the academic residency requirement.
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College of Health Sciences

College of Health Sciences

For More Information For additional information, visit: www.mc.uky.edu/clm/ B.S. with a major in HUMAN HEALTH SCIENCES Students interested in health care have a vari- ety of academic options. The Human Health Sciences (HHS) baccalaureate program was cre- ated to address the need for a well prepared health care work force. Graduates of this program will have a strong foundation in competencies neces- sary to deliver high quality health care in an interprofessional, dynamic environment. This pro- gram is not intended to replace traditional path- ways to health care careers; instead, it is intended to offer a unique alternative for those who seek careers in health care and the health professions. Specifically, the degree offers four options for students’ interested in future graduate or profes- sional study in Physician Assistant, Physical Therapy, Dentistry, and Pharmacy programs. This degree also prepares students for work in a variety of other fields, including mid-level man- agement or supervision across healthcare envi- ronments, medical or pharmaceutical sales, pa- tient navigation, and community health advocacy. Admission Admission into the Human Health Sciences baccalaureate program is expected to be highly competitive. The following factors will be taken into consideration as part of the admissions deci- sion: • high school GPA (preference given to those with an unweighted high school grade- point-average of 3.5 or higher); • ACT or SAT scores (preference given to those with a 28 ACT or SAT equivalent or higher); • completion of program application and in- terview process. In addition, other factors (e.g., volunteerism, community service, shadowing with health pro- fessionals, cultural experiences, and leadership roles) shall play a significant role in the holistic admissions process. The program priority appli- cation deadline is January 15 of each year and will include a resume, other relevant experiences, personal statement, and letters of recommenda- tion. A rolling admissions process shall be utilized until the cohort is filled. Interviews will be con- ducted to allow student finalists to demonstrate their non-academic skills. UK Core Requirements See the UK Core section of this Bulletin for the complete UK Core requirements. The courses listed below are (a) recommended by the college, or (b) required courses that also fulfill UK Core areas. Students should work closely with their advisor to complete the UK Core requirements. The Human Health Sciences baccalaureate program has selected specific UK Core courses that also meet major requirements. Students may choose their own UK Core approved course in areas where a specific one is not listed (e.g., Arts and Creativity, Humanities, etc.): I. Intellectual Inquiry in Arts and Creativity Choose one course from approved list ............................ 3
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College of Health Sciences

College of Health Sciences

*Capstone Project For More Information For additional information, visit: www.mc.uky.edu/clm/. B.H.S. with a major in HUMAN HEALTH SCIENCES Students interested in health care have a vari- ety of academic options. The Human Health Sciences (HHS) baccalaureate program was cre- ated to address the need for a well prepared health care work force. Graduates of this program will have a strong foundation in competencies neces- sary to deliver high quality health care in an interprofessional, dynamic environment. This program is not intended to replace traditional pathways to health care careers; instead, it is intended to offer a unique alternative for those who seek careers in health care and the health professions. Specifically, the degree offers four options for students’ interested in future gradu- ate or professional study in Physician Assistant, Physical Therapy, Dentistry, and Pharmacy programs. This degree also prepares students for work in a variety of other fields, including mid- level management or supervision across health- care environments, medical or pharmaceutical sales, and community health advocacy. Admission Admission into the Human Health Sciences baccalaureate program is expected to be highly competitive. The following factors will be taken into consideration as part of the admissions decision: • high school GPA (preference given to those with an unweighted high school grade- point-average of 3.5 or higher); • ACT or SAT scores (preference given to those with a 28 ACT or SAT equivalent or higher); • three letters of reference; • completion of program application and interview process. In addition, non-cognitive factors (e.g., volunteerism, community service, shadowing with health professionals, cultural experiences, and leadership roles) shall play a significant role in the admissions process. The program priority application deadline is January 15 of each year and will include a resume, relevant summer of experiences, personal statement, and letters of recommendation. A rolling admissions process shall be utilized until the cohort is filled. Inter- views will be conducted to allow student finalists to demonstrate their non-academic skills. UK Core Requirements See the UK Core section of this Bulletin for the complete UK Core requirements. The courses listed below are (a) recommended by the college, or (b) required courses that also fulfill UK Core areas. Students should work closely with their advisor to complete the UK Core requirements. The Human Health Sciences baccalaureate program has se- lected specific UK Core courses that also meet major require- ments. Students may choose their own UK Core approved course in areas where a specific one is not listed (e.g., Arts and Creativity, Humanities, etc.): I. Intellectual Inquiry in Arts and Creativity Choose one course from approved list ............................. 3
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Health Sciences Degrees

Health Sciences Degrees

DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC MEDICINE are involved in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disorders of the neuromusculoskeletal system and the effects these disorders have on general health. Chiropractors use manual manipulation of joints and soft tissues to improve patient function and overall health. This concentration is designed for transfer to the New York Chiropractic College. Admission to NYCC requires a total of 90 credits. The 90 credits must include the Core Course Entrance Requirement credits from the 64 credits listed below, the remaining 26 credits may be obtained at CCC or another academic institution. NYCC typically will accept the 26 remaining credits from a wide range of courses. The Doctor of Chiropractic degree at NYCC requires a minimum of ten 15-week trimesters of full-time resident study, including a clinical internship. Students are admitted to NYCC on a Fall rotation.
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