Press Release tagged with "SHS"

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Touro College’s School of Health Sciences awarded degrees to 355 graduates at commencement ceremonies held at Tilles Center for the Performing Arts at LIU Post, the largest campus of Long Island University, in Brookville, New York.
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Touro College and University System President and CEO Dr. Alan Kadish today announced that the State of New York has given final approval to two new baccalaureate degree programs in the field of nursing.
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New York - N.Y. –Touro College School of Health Sciences’ (SHS) Doctor of Physical Therapy program held annual White Coat ceremonies in October at both its Manhattan and Bay Shore campuses.  The ceremonies marked the transition for the DPT Class of 2016 from the classroom to the clinic, as students were about to embark on their first clinical experiences after spending three semesters in the classroom.
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New York, N.Y. - They came from physical therapy, occupational therapy, nursing, physician assistant and speech and language pathology programs – about seventy-five Touro College School of Health Sciences students and faculty in all – to Beth Israel Medical Center in Manhattan recently, to engage in a panel discussion and breakout groups on the topic of “Quality Improvement (‘QI’)” and how it is used by healthcare teams in a variety of settings. 
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New York, N.Y. – It was Labor Day weekend of last year.  Dr. Ray Mattfeld, an associate professor and the director of clinical education in the physical therapy program at Touro School of Health Sciences’ Bay Shore campus, was relaxing with his family when he received an intriguing email.
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New York, New York – It was “National Physician Assistant Week!”  Held every year in the United States from October 6 through October 12, National Physician Assistant Week is a celebration of the physician assistant (PA) profession.  This week was chosen to commemorate the anniversary of the first graduating PA class at Duke University on October 6, 1967.  PAs across the country use National PA Week to increase awareness of both the PA profession and the importance of a healthy lifestyle.