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Research Roundup: Recent Publications By CHPS Faculty Spring 2020

Written By: David Janosik | June 28, 2020
Our faculty pursue big ideas and share what they learn by publishing their research to advance the profession. As part of an institution designated as "very high" research activity by [...]
Dean's Office

New CHPS Scholarship Honors Strength, Promise and Invincibility

Written By: | June 24, 2020
A new scholarship in the College of Health Professions and Sciences honors not only a student’s promise, but also their past. The Invincible Knights Award was created to honor students […]
Physical Therapy

How Alzheimer’s Disease Impacts Patient, Family and Friends and How to Rally Support in the Community

Written By: Drexler B. James '13 | June 24, 2020
While everyone occasionally forgets a name, or why they entered a room, changes in cognition and behaviors might be indicators of something more serious. These could be signs of dementia […]
Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy Clinical Faculty Member Helps Patients Achieve Their Goals

Written By: Audrey Ramos | June 23, 2020
Sheila Klausner has always viewed her profession as a physical therapist as more than a job – it's her calling. She took her passion as an athlete and turned it [...]
Health Sciences

Men’s Health Encompasses A Wide Variety of Topics and Concerns

Written By: Drexler B. James '13 | June 23, 2020
In 1948, the World Health Organization defined health as “a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” Often, men’s health […]
Health Sciences

Why Are COVID-19 Cases Trending Younger? Expert Blames Invincibility Mindset.

Written By: Bay News 9 | June 22, 2020
With the age of new coronavirus cases trending younger across Florida, health experts are digging into why this is happening. Health officials told Spectrum News that people in the 18-35 […]
Health Sciences

Health Sciences Alumnus Shares How Getting Involved Helped Him Find His Passions

Written By: | June 22, 2020
Knights Exemplar, co-founded by Duffy, was selected “Registered Student Organization of the Year” for 2019-2020. Duffy’s extensive involvement in extracurricular activities helped define his passions and future path.
Communication Sciences and Disorders

New UCF class looks into lingering COVID-19 effects of those placed on ventilation

Written By: WESH | June 20, 2020
A brand new speech pathology class at the University of Central Florida is looking into the lingering effects of coronavirus, especially for those who were placed on a ventilator. Future […]
Social Work

Fostering Relationships with Refugees Through Psychosocial Support

Written By: UCF School of Social Work | June 19, 2020
Resettling into a new country can be difficult for anyone. UCF Social Work Assistant Professor Asli Cennet Yalim talks about the increased challenges refugees experience while resettling and the importance […]
Communication Sciences and Disorders

COVID-19 prompts UCF to design new speech pathology course

Written By: Orlando Sentinel | June 19, 2020
Starting Monday, UCF will offer a new online graduate speech pathology course designed to teach students and professionals the nuances of their job in the era of COVID-19. The co-creators […]

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