A federal grant is providing Ambrose health science students more than $400,000 in scholarship funds.
Over 90% agreed or strongly agreed they were better prepared to address issues across multiple systems via enhanced clinical reasoning, and over 95% felt they were more scholarly and reflective practitioners after the completion of the program.
The Nursing, Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy Departments have all begun to use patient simulators throughout the curriculum, and students are reporting a greater ability to respond and react to a variety of medical situations.
In comparison to the last two summers, this has been a pretty uneventful couple of months, but before you know it, we'll be in the thick of things again.
After a national search, Michael Puthoff was named as the next director of the DPT program.
A new research lab in lower Hayes will provide many upcoming opportunities for the P'T department.
Physical therapy professionals offering expertise—and providing scholarships for Ambrose students.
Students in the Fall 2011 incoming class will be the first to experience the Summer 2012 session, as well as other revisions to the curriculum.
Recipients for this scholarship are chosen based on demonstrated scholarship, potential for professional contributions, and leadership qualities.
Updates on DPT faculty