Posted on January 28, 2016 in Interprofessional Education, PA Program, Public Health, Students
Raleigh Dettlinger just started her second semester of her public health curriculum, but she has her eyes on the needs of her future patients. We sat down with the Michigan native at the beginning of the semester to find out why she chose Campbell and how she experiences life in Buies Creek.
Posted on January 7, 2016 in Interprofessional Education, Physical Therapy, Students
The Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences welcomed its third cohort of doctor of physical therapy (DPT) students to campus on Monday, January 5. The DPT Class of 2018 rounds out the program’s overall capacity, meaning the three year program has a cohort of students enrolled in each year of study.
Posted on September 4, 2015 in Faculty, Interprofessional Education, Lectures, PA Program, Students
The Dr. Joseph W. Baggett Wellness Institute, part of Campbell University’s College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences (CPHS), provided a rare opportunity for faculty, students, and local clinicians to engage with internationally renowned surgeon, Josef Stutz. Stutz is a pioneer in the research and treatment of lipedema, a chronic disorder of adipose tissue and lymphatic dysfunction. Lipedema’s characteristics are defined by fatty tissues in distinct patterns in the lower extremities of the human body.
Posted on August 17, 2015 in Interprofessional Education, PA Program, Pharmacy, Students
First year pharmacy and physician assistant students at the College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences (CPHS) at Campbell University, along with their families and friends, gathered in Buies Creek on the afternoon of August 14 to celebrate receiving the first white coats of their health care career at the College’s annual White Coat Ceremony.
Posted on June 22, 2015 in Community, Interprofessional Education, PA Program, Students
The Campbell University Physician Assistant Program, in collaboration with other university departments and area volunteers, demonstrated a simulated mass casualty incident on Saturday, June 20. The exercise was a student-driven component of the Emergency Medicine course in the program’s curriculum.