College of Chiropractic Commencement Ceremony

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Webinar: MS-Sports Science & Rehabilitation Informational

MS-Sports Science & Rehabilitation Informational Webinar 5 p.m. CST, Wednesday, April 21 Session led by Brittany Ramirez, DC (’15), MS (’18), LAT, ATC, CCSP®, Program Director of Sports Science & Rehabilitation and Mizzou Team Chiropractor, and MS-SSR graduate Beth Bearden, MS (’20), CSCS, TSAC-F, CES, Fitness Program Specialist with the U.S. Army’s Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Programs. Whether you’re a practicing chiropractor, trainer, coach or still in school, a Master of Science in Sports Science & Rehabilitation can expand your career opportunities and allow you to help athletes stay in the game while working in a field you love. …

Human Biology Student Prepares for Veterinary Medicine Track

Kayla Mulligan, student

From a young age, human biology student Kayla Mulligan knew that someday she wanted to become a veterinarian. “Ever since I was two years old, I was always trying to help people and animals,” Kayla said. “My mom has told me that I would see an animal and be drawn to it, wanting to help it and also care for it as my own.” Although she couldn’t take in every animal she found, Kayla has had many pets throughout the years and has even interned and worked at her island’s local veterinary hospital in Hawaii. Kayla is an online student …

Find Your Competitive Edge with Logan’s Sports Science & Rehabilitation Degree

Logan’s Master of Science in Sports Science & Rehabilitation (MS-SSR) educates the most qualified professionals committed to recovery and athletic performance—and with a growing need for both, there’s never been a better time to pursue this degree. What’s required for acceptance into Logan’s sports science & rehab program? Applicants must meet the following criteria: Earned a baccalaureate degree or higher from an institution that is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education or the Council for Higher Education Accreditation. A minimum GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale in undergraduate studies. Submission of official transcripts. Completion of required pre-requisite coursework from an …

Finding Opportunity at the Intersection of Data & Health Care

Health Informatics professional drives the data that is transforming patient care at one of the largest health care systems in St. Louis. Mark Brinley of St. Louis says there is no better time to be a part of information technology in health care. As the vice president of enterprise applications at Mercy – one of the top health systems in the U.S. – Mark applies his knowledge of health informatics to his career, creating a more efficient and effective way to manage data and communicate with patients. Today, the 23-year Mercy veteran maintains one of the most sophisticated electronic health …

How to Become a Doctor of Health Professions Education

Assistant Professor & Doctor of Health Professions Education student Dr. Yuan Gao shows a skull to a student in Logan University's anatomy lab

Do you have a passion for health care and an interest in education? Logan’s Doctor of Health Professions Education (DHPE) can set you on the path to a rewarding and influential career through which you can impact health care for generations to come. Read on to learn how to become a doctor of health professions education. Why should I earn my Doctor of Health Professions Education? We believe the best health care education comes from health care professionals. Logan’s DHPE program combines your health care experience and talents with exceptional teaching methods and practices. Health care jobs are expected to …

How Logan’s DHPE Helps Health Care Professionals Transition from Clinic to Classroom

By William J. Sobotor, PhD, RT “If only a program like this was available when I first started teaching!” That succinctly sums up my initial reaction when I was first invited to join the Doctor of Health Professions Education (DHPE) program as faculty. When I first made the transition from applied clinical work to health care education, it was an immediate change with no ‘prep’ time. Back then, if you were a good clinician it was assumed you would be a good instructor. There was no focus on instructional methods, learning theories, course objectives or learning outcomes. A degree plan …