CPHHS internships in the time of COVID-19
Samaritan and Oregon State athletic training program collaborate to educate health care leaders of tomorrow
Only 11 percent of those responding had implemented three primary “best-practice” recommendations for treating their student-athletes.
In an effort to bridge athletic training and public health, the Athletic Training and Public Health Summit highlighted issues important to athletic trainers and introduced how a population approach has, or could be, used to promote preventive practices at the population level.
With disability awareness as its goal, the College of Public Health and Human Sciences’ Pre-Therapy and Allied Health Club hosted its annual Wheel-A-Thon event in the Memorial Union Quad May 12-14.
“In terms of my teaching, I hope the students come out prepared and ready to provide quality care to their patients,” Sam says.