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College of Graduate Health Studies

ATSU community projects: ATSU hosts back-to-school health fair for children in need

On Wednesday, Sept. 27 A.T. Still University (ATSU) hosted approximately 200 children from Phoenix-area Title I schools for a back-to-school health fair on its Mesa campus. Children received free health, hearing, vision, and dental screenings, […]

ATSU partners with NACHC to form research center

On Sunday, Aug. 27, during the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) annual Community Health Institute in San Diego, leaders from A.T. Still University (ATSU) and NACHC signed a proclamation establishing the National Center […]

Barbara Maxwell

ATSU receives grant to create faculty-developed, student-learning projects with the CDC

The Association for Prevention Teaching and Research (APTR) recently awarded Barbara Maxwell, DPT, MSc, PT, ’06, director of interprofessional education and collaboration at A.T. Still University (ATSU), a health case study development grant sponsored by the […]

In addition to providing health assessments for the homeless, Dr. DiBaise (center) and her PA students implemented a smoking cessation program at a homeless rehabilitation facility in downtown Phoenix.

Caring for the forgotten

Homelessness is a major concern nationwide. On the streets of Phoenix, Arizona, the homeless population is estimated at 6,000.

Posted In: Profiles
August 4, 2017

ATSU-CGHS professor helped develop new ebola vaccine

Late last year, news broke of a new Ebola vaccine that was 100 percent protective against the virus. More than a decade ago, A.T. Still University (ATSU) professor Kathleen DiCaprio, PhD, was a part of […]

Posted In: CGHS, Faculty & Staff Headlines
June 27, 2017