Physician Assistant Studies Students Honored with White Coat Ceremony
Samford University’s School of Health Professions hosted its annual Physician Assistant Studies White Coat Ceremony on Sept. 17 in Reid Chapel. Thirty-six Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies students were honored during the event.
School of Health Professions Hosts Commitment to Calling Ceremony
Samford University’s School of Health Professions commemorated its annual Commitment to Calling Ceremony on Sept. 9 in Reid Chapel. During the event, ninety-five first-year School of Health Professions graduate students committed to answer their calling to serve others.
Speech Language Pathology Students Participate in Interprofessional Simulation
In an effort to expose students to what they will experience in the clinical setting and workplace, speech language pathology students participate in a series of simulations. Annually, speech language pathology students complete an interprofessional aphasia simulation to learn how individuals with aphasia communicate and the care they require from their caregivers.
Speech Language Pathology Students Participate in Aging Simulation
How do bingo and higher education intersect? Students in the Master of Science in speech language pathology program at Samford University utilized the game in their cognitive communication course for an aging simulation.
CSDS Student Organization Volunteers with Girls Inc.
Katie Saxon, a junior Communication Sciences and Disorders student, has been interning with Girls Inc. as part of Samford's Micah's Fellows program. Last spring, Saxon suggested the Communication Sciences and Disorders student organization collaborate with Girls Inc for their service project.
CSDS Students Complete Service Learning Project for The Bell Center
Annually, Samford University National Student Speech-Language Hearing Association (SUNSSLHA) members organize and complete two large service projects for the community. This year, the Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSDS) student organization partnered with The Bell Center for Early Intervention Programs to update the Center's literacy bags.
Students Utilize Teletherapy Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
COVID-19 has permanently changed the way we live and work. In some cases, what was once necessary to keep us safe has turned into standard practice and occasionally added convenience. One example is through the change of how we receive health care.