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PHHP celebrates Diversity Week

PHHP Diversity Week was filled with four days of events based on the common theme, “Diversity Sparks Innovation.”

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Venezuela’s next crisis: rampant spread of infectious disease

Infectious diseases once under control there are beginning to run rampant and could spread quickly.

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Sedentary lifestyle cancels out heart benefits of having a normal weight

A new study finds low levels of physical activity can put adults with a normal weight at the same risk for heart disease as adults who are overweight.

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Physical Therapy

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Lori-Ann Ferraro, M.A., Christine Myers, Ph.D., and Claudia Senesac, Ph.D.,

Lead a New Program to Train Early Childhood Therapists

 

  • This fall semester, Dr. Claudia Senesac and other Department of Physical Therapy faculty will kick-off a UF program aiming to better the health and well-being for children who have significant disabilities or multiple disabilities.
  • The Interdisciplinary Related Services Personnel Preparation for Early Childhood, or INSPIRE, program will train 45 UF occupational therapy, physical therapy and speech-language pathology graduate students, giving them the skills to treat very young children with disabilities.
  • Dr. Claudia Senesac is a co-director of the five-year program, which is supported by a $1.24 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education.
  • The INSPIRE program will cover one full year of tuition for 15 DPT students who apply and are accepted into the program.

 

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Thomas Pearson recognized for exceptional mentoring

Feb 8th, 2019

Dr. Pearson has received the 2019 Epidemiology and Prevention Mentoring Award from the American Heart Association’s Council on Epidemiology and Prevention.

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PHHP 2019 Superior Accomplishment Award winners named

Feb 7th, 2019

Melissa Naidu and Candice Vogtle were named winners in the health colleges division.

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Researchers examine influence of peers and parents on adolescent prescription opioid use

Jan 31st, 2019

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PHHP Events

Feb20

SHARC Seminar: Dr. Jack Crump

From 11:00am until 12:00pm

Feb20

PHHP Spring Fling

From 3:00pm until 5:00pm

Feb20

S.H.E. Talks Seminar

From 4:00pm until 5:00pm