Physical Activity and Wellness: New Graduate Program Addresses 21st Century Population Health Concerns
A new master of science in Physical Activity and Wellness (PAWS) launching this fall will prepare health professionals to implement evidence-based programs in communities, schools, senior residences, institutions and corporate work sites.
Pediatric primary care providers at a practice in Vermont are more likely to screen patients for electronic media use and provide family counseling on healthy use of social media, thanks to a Quality Improvement project by Emily Scribner, a CNHS Doctor of Nursing Practice (D.N.P.) student.
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