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Occupational Therapy Information Session October 24, 2012
This is an extensive information session lead by Ginelle John, the Enrollment and Student Services Administrator with Karen Buckley, Clinical Assistant Professor in Occupational Therapy. Many prospective students' questions were answered by Ginelle and Karen in this session....
Dr. Perry Halkitis, Professor of Applied Psychology and Public Health, Associate Dean of Research
The AIDS Drug, Truvada, and Approaches to Prevention...
Dr. Gerald T. Voelbel, Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy, Department of Occupational Therapy
The Latest Research on Traumatic Brain Injuries...
Interdisciplinary Collaborative Course on Habilitation of Speaking Voice and Vocal Performance
Interdisciplinary Collaborative Course on Habilitation of Speaking Voice and Vocal Performance, offered by the Departments of Communicative Sciences and Disorders and Music and Performing Arts Professions...
Information Session for the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program
The faculty of the Department of Physical Therapy give an overview of the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program....
Self-Regulation: Strategies for Home and School
A collaborative project of NYU Steinhardt, Hunter College's School of Education, and the New York City Department of Education. Recorded January 12, 2010. For information, please contact email@example.com...
Fred Kaeser, Ed.D; Health Director, NYC Dept of Education; Instructor NYU, Social Responsibilities of Education Course.
Fred Kaeser, Ed. D discusses the 6 main health risk behaviors affecting children in NYC schools today. The latter part of this 37 minute video helps students teachers learn how to help students address these risks....
Sally Guttmacher, Summer Study Abroad in South Africa
Community Health: A Society in Transition The increase in democratization in the Republic of South Africa brought about by the change in government and the end of apartheid in 1994 has led to significant institutional changes that affect the delivery of and access to health care. This 6-credit seminar examines the impact of these chang...
Can Dying Cities be Saved?
Beth Weitzman, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs at NYU Steinhardt and Professor of Health and Public Policy , discusses the status of cities in the United States....
Overview of the Department of Physical Therapy
Professor Dr. Marilyn Moffat and Faculty give an extensive overview of the entire department....
Applied Learning in Public Health
Clinical Assistant Professor Yumary Ruiz discusses applied learning and internship experiences in the Undergraduate Program Public Health Program at NYU Steinhardt....
What is Public Health?
Associate Professor James Macinko talks about the interdisciplinary field of public health, its focus on social justice and applied problem solving, and the undergraduate Program in Public Health at NYU Steinhardt....
The Undergraduate Program in Public Health at NYU Steinhardt
Assistant Professor Diana Silver talks about small classes, field practice, policy studies, and other features of the B.S. Program in Public Health at NYU Steinhardt....
Overview: NYU Steinhardt MPH Program in Community Public Health
NYU Steinhardt Professor Sally Guttmacher discusses Community Public Health MPH program highlights, including: full accreditation, concentration areas, applied & study abroad learning options, internships, FT v PT study, and admissions requirements....
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