Dr. Elisa Rodriguez and colleagues are working to address the barriers to participation in genetic family linkage studies of breast cancer in African-American women and their families.
Speech-language pathology student Traci Reynolds spent two weeks in Nicaragua this summer learning how to be an interpreter.
PHHP alumnus Dr. Dan Shapiro will present “What Patients Aren’t Telling Us Because We’re Listening in the Wrong Places: Patients as Teachers, Health Trainees as Filmmakers, and the Video Slam” on Wednesday, September 14 from 4 to 5 p.m. in the HPNP Complex, room G101.
The Success through Healthy Eating and Exercise project is designed to help freshmen improve their dietary habits and physical activity to promote a healthy lifestyle, positive self-image and effective weight management.
The University of Florida Speech and Hearing Clinic and the Gainesville chapter of the Hearing Loss Association of Florida will offer “Living with Hearing Loss,” a series of free classes for people with hearing impairment. Hearing loss affects 36 million Americans and although the majority of people with hearing loss could be successfully treated with…
In June, thousands of athletes gathered in Athens, Greece for the world’s largest sporting event of the year. UF Doctor of Audiology student Kari Morgenstein was there to catch some of the action while providing an important service to the athletes. As a volunteer with the Special Olympics Healthy Hearing team, Morgenstein helped conduct hearing…
From Africa to Bangladesh and Cambodia to Haiti, research faculty in the department of environmental and global health are conducting projects all over the world. Read more about their work in the department’s summer newsletter.
Members of the North Central Florida Post-Polio Support Group offer unique training opportunities for Doctor of Physical Therapy students.
The University of Florida launched construction on its new Clinical and Translational Research Building, a new home for research that will speed scientific discoveries to patients.
Patients who have had a stroke can regain walking ability through at-home strength and balance exercise provided by a physical therapist just as well as when they participate in programs that practice the actual task of walking using a treadmill and partial body weight support.