Communication Sciences and Disorders

  • March 02, 2015 Student Study Space to Expand

    Student Study Space to Expand

    The new Library and Study Commons will be located in Building 38, directly behind the Office of Student Affairs.

    MGH Institute of Health Professions will add 9,000 square feet of dedicated library and study space beginning in May 2015 to address one of the school’s most pressing needs and expand the capacity for students to study ....  More

  • February 26, 2015 A Patient Named Flimpy

    Faculty Engage Students Online to Keep Classes Going During 2015 Blizzards

    Assistant Nursing Professor Jason Lucey holds Flimpy, a Muppet whom he used for teaching online classes.

    First, Flimpy was a 34-year-old male who had a sore throat. Then, he transformed into a 29-year-old pregnant woman with irritated eyes.

    Who’s this Flimpy, you might ask? It’s ....  More

  • February 20, 2015 The Sound of Music Therapy

    For Dementia Patients, Music Therapy Proves to Be a Salve

    SLP student Natsumi Asanuma speaks to the audience during the February 2015 Schwartz Center Educational Rounds while SON faculty Diane Mahoney (l) and OTD student Nicolette Blanc look on. View ....  More

  • February 11, 2015 An Interprofessional IMPACT

    Students Receiving Team-Based Approach to Patient Care with IMPACT Practice

    The MGH Institute is integrating interprofessional education as a core component for students from all disciplines, focused on delivering better patient care.

    Called Interprofessional ....  More

  • January 23, 2015 A Patient's View of Alzheimer's

    Students Hear of Alzheimer's from a Patient's Viewpoint

     

    Slideshow from the presentation.

    When Greg O’Brien was an investigative reporter, he would tell his sources they were “going to Pluto” when they ....  More

  • January 12, 2015 Dignity & Respect Campaign

    Dignity & Respect Campaign Promoted on Campus During January

    The MGH Institute is participating in January’s national Dignity & Respect campaign that encourages the school’s faculty, staff, and 1,500 students to do their part to make the world a better place for all to live – including ....  More

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