Department of Allied Health Sciences’ Community Conversations Draw Largest-Ever Attendance; Conversations Continue Online in Light of COVID-19 Pandemic

July 2, 2020

The Department of Allied Health Sciences Community Conversations, designed to facilitate conversations with the goal of intentionally and mindfully respecting diversity in our community, has drawn in its largest-ever group of attendees in light of recent activism efforts across the country. The DAHS Community Conversations were launched by faculty Brenda Mitchell and Melissa Culp more … Continued

UNC Health Talk Features Jeff O’Laughlin, PT, DPT

June 12, 2020

UNC Health Talk recently featured Jeff O’Laughlin, PT, DPT, who provided five tips for avoiding at-home workout injuries. O’Laughlin is an assistant professor and clinical manager of University Physical Therapy in Durham.

HEELS Prep, Interdisciplinary Program to Support Young Adults With Intellectual Disabilities, Moves Online in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic

June 1, 2020

HEELS Prep Transitions Online In Response to COVID-19 Pandemic HEELS Prep, an interdisciplinary collaboration designed to support young adults with intellectual disabilities (ID), has moved to an online format for summer 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic; organizers hope the program will continue to support these individuals as they transition to adulthood. HEELS Prep, … Continued

UNC Health Talk Features Tschoepe, Womack

May 29, 2020

UNC Health Talk recently featured Raheleh Tschoepe ’04 (MS ’06) and Jennifer “Jenny” Womack (MS ’89; MA ’09) in an article about returning home from the hospital during the COVID-19 pandemic.