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Carroll University Develops New Education Program to Address the Pandemic-Accelerated Health Care Cr

by Milwaukee Independent | May 10, 2021
Prior to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Robert Wood Foundation and the University of W [...] Read more

What Area Leaders Are Doing to Reduce Implicit Bias in Health Care

by Ismail Turay Jr. and Jordan Laird | May 10, 2021
Health care educators and leaders locally and across the country have been working on solutions [...] Read more

NEAG Foundation Awards $300,000 to Reading Area Community College’s Nursing Programs

by Reading Area Community College (RACC) | May 10, 2021
Reading Area Community College (RACC) has been awarded $300,000 from the NEAG Foundation to sup [...] Read more

Joliet Junior College Offers Resources For Supporting Students’ Mental Health During A Pandemic

by Joliet Junior College | May 03, 2021
JJC’s Student Wellness Advocates saw a major increase in the use of their mental health s [...] Read more

Lawsuits, Health Regulations and Student Safety: Colleges Weigh Whether to Require COVID-19 Vaccines

by Eric Miller | May 03, 2021
OANOKE, Va. (WDBJ) – For Virginia students, the college checklist this year may include m [...] Read more

Boston University to Begin Administering COVID Vaccines to Students, Faculty Staff on Monday

by Michael Bonner | May 03, 2021
After requiring all members of its community to receive a COVID-19 vaccine to return to campus [...] Read more

Hampton University Mobile Health Unit Brings Vaccines to Communities

by Connor Rhiel | April 26, 2021
Hampton University requires all of its faculty and staff to be vaccinated by May 31. Employees [...] Read more

U of U Health Offers Reassurance About the Safety and Necessity of COVID-19 Vaccines

by University of Utah Health | April 26, 2021
In the summer of 2020, as the COVID-19 pandemic gained ever greater traction in the United Stat [...] Read more
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