Each individual curriculum has been developed in collaboration with the other programs to ensure students are equipped with the skills and competencies necessary to be part of a successful health care team.
The research is clear, an interprofessional approach to health care results in more competent clinicians and better health care delivery.
“On behalf of the entire Mary Baldwin College community, I want to welcome you to the Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences. Our dynamic programs in physical therapy, occupational therapy, physician assistant and RN to BSN draw on Mary Baldwin’s proud 175-year history and solid academic foundation.”
Linda Seestedt-Stanford, PhD
Vice President for Health Sciences
Graduate & Professional
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Health Sciences Students Assist Nurses in Haiti
Twelve students from the Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences traveled to Haiti August 8–18 to help improve global health and leave a useful impact. The service abroad trip kicked off a year in which the university will sponsor 175 acts of service to commemorate its 175th anniversary. Physical therapy and occupational therapy students at […]
PA Director Contributes to First-Ever Children Concussion Guidelines
Hospital emergency rooms and clinical offices across the world will soon have a copy of a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) about concussions in children. And Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences’ own David Paulk was the sole physician assistant (PA) who participated in the workgroup that created it. “The […]