Tag: <span>College of Health Professions</span>

College of Health Professors and McAuley School of Nursing Assistant Professor Ashlee Barnes was selected as the winner for the Distinguished Alumni Nightingale Awards for …

Phillip Olla, associate professor in the College of Health Professions, served as moderator of a panel at the April 16 MedHealth Summit at Ford Field. …

College of Health Professions Associate Professor Zigmond Kozicki and Stephanie Baiyasi-Kozicki ’15 presented at the Michigan Academy of Arts, Letter and Science Conference in Detroit …

CHP welcomes its new dean

The College of Health Professions has a new dean. Ahmed Radwan began his tenure March 1. Radwan joined the University from Utica University (New York) where he was a professor of physical therapy and dean for Health Professions and Education.

Associate Professors Mary-Catherine Harrison and Arthur Ko, and Library Professor Jill Turner co-published a new article in Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal, titled “Faculty Formation …

College of Health Professions Associate Professor Zigmond Kozicki and UDM alumna Stephanie Baiyasi Kozicki ’15 recently co-chaired the fourth International Conference of Environment in Sapporo, …

College of Health Professions Associate Professor Zigmond Kozicki and UDM alumna Stephanie Baiyasi Kozicki recently presented at the Taipei University Medical School on the subject …

Assistant Professor Yolonda Freeman-Hildreth of the Physician Assistant Program has been recognized as a Distinguished Fellow of the American Academy of PAs (AAPA). This distinction …

Associate Professor and Chair of the Physician Assistant program Amy Dereczyk presented her research, “Point of Care Ultrasound in the PA Curriculum: Taking Our Cues …

Assistant Professor Yolonda Freeman-Hildreth has been awarded the Michigan Academy of Physician Assistant’s Educator of the Year.

College of Health Professions Associate Professors Thomas Fockler and Zigmond Kozicki, along with UDM alumna Stephanie Baiyasi-Kozicki ’15, presented at the International Public Policy Association …

Detroit Mercy to host diabetes health education workshop, May 7

University of Detroit Mercy’s College of Health Professions, School of Dentistry, Titan Equity Nourish Network (TENN), in collaboration with Taste the Local Difference Michigan and Detroit Association of Black Organizations (DABO), are pleased to host an annual Diabetes Health Education Workshop on Sunday, May 7 from 12-4:30 p.m. 

Associate Professor Julia Stocker Schneider and Assistant Professor Jaime Sinutko are traveling to Louisville, Ky. to present their infomatics research at the American Nursing Informatics …

UDM’s multidisciplinary patient-centered program provides Nursing and Engineering students a chance to help people with disabilities

University of Detroit Mercy Engineering and Nursing students engaged in a year-long multidisciplinary, collaborative patient-centered project titled “Faces on Design” designed to improve the quality of life for people with physical disabilities. On April 24 at 11 a.m., student groups will unveil and present their life-changing assisted technology devices in the College of Engineering & Science to their clients and public.

College of Health Professions and McAuley School of Nursing Associate Professors Suzanne Keep and Arthur Ko were elected as Fellows in the National Academies of …

PA students collecting donations in partnership with NOAH Project

Didactic Physician Assistant students at Detroit Mercy have been participating in service learning this semester with The NOAH Project (Networking, Organizing, and Advocating for the Homeless) in Detroit. Donations are being collected through Friday April 7 and can be dropped off in the collection bin located in the College of Health Professions Student Lounge.

College of Health Professions Associate Professor Zigmond Kozicki, Detroit Mercy Law Associate Dean and Associate Professor Nicholas Schroeck and alumna Stephanie Baiyasi ’15 contributed to …

Clinical Associate Professor Lori Glenn was elected to serve as a director at large for the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN). She …

Detroit Mercy service-learning project provides care packs for people in need

For more than six years, Nour Lyon and her husband have been distributing care packs with useful items to members of the unhoused community. 

“I always felt helpless walking by homeless people in Detroit or driving around and I thought, ‘what can I have ready to go to give them?’” Lyon ’12, an assistant professor in the Physician Assistant Program, said. “I didn’t always have cash on me, and I thought that this would be something good and beneficial to give them.”