The next Applied Health Sciences (AHS) HeForShe meeting will be held on October 28 in BMH 3119. Working groups include a HeForShe speaker series, graduate student professional development series, AHS listening tour, and faculty wide reading group. All students, staff and faculty welcome!
Safe patient handling: Highlights of current research and U.S. public policy efforts to improve safety
The Centre of Research Expertise for the Prevention of Musculoskeletal Disorders and the Hallman Lecture Series present
Dr. Laura Punnett, Distinguished University Professor
University of Massachusetts Lowell
Join us for this 2.5 hour hands-on introductory workshop. This course, taught by a Registered Massage Therapist, will reveal the profession of massage therapy so you can decide if it's a good fit for you.
The Hallman Lecture Series presents
Dr. Brant E. Fries, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
This presentation covers three recent studies demonstrating a range of applications of assessment data.
Considering graduate studies? Wondering if its right for you?
On Thursday, October 20, the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences (AHS) is offering a session to provide you with helpful information about graduate studies. We’ll discuss the benefits of graduate studies, career options with a graduate degree, funding options, the application process and the next steps towards pursuing a grad program. You'll also get to learn about the programs offered in AHS and research happening in our faculty.
Delicious food will be provided and there will be an opportunity to talk to faculty and grad students from the areas in AHS that interest you.
The Faculty of Applied Health Sciences (AHS) invites AHS graduate and undergraduate students to attend the Grad Research Day, where AHS Masters and Doctoral students will share their research during an informal poster session.
This event will allow graduate students to gain experience with poster presentations, and will help to foster collaborative interactions across students in AHS.