In the fall of 2017, I kicked off year 2 of my 3-year Master of Social Work (MSW) Program at UIC as an intern at Access Living.
I think it’s very imperative to advocate for free healthcare for all in this country. When it comes to providing free healthcare to its citizens, United States lags in place after developed countries.
Whether you are a graduate student just starting out in the field or a seasoned professional, it is important to stay up to date on current news and evidence based research in the healthcare field. One way to do so is by listening to podcasts.
This past month, 48 of my fellow second year physical therapy students and I had the humbling opportunity to travel to Granada, Nicaragua to experience the country and treat patients for 10 days.
Over the past few months, I have had the chance to volunteer with an amazing organization in Chicago called Arts of Life.
In a time where news headlines are gripped with accusations, revelations, and admissions of sexual assault, a silent victim remains, a victim who too wants her story told: a woman with an intellectual disability.
While May marks Mental Health Awareness Month, the month of January is dedicated to Mental Wellness.
I’ve been in school almost my entire life and as an African-American woman from Los Angeles, California, I never paid attention to the physical differences between my peers and I until undergrad. That was definitely a culture shock.
As an Advanced Practice Nurse specializing in Developmental Pediatrics, I recently attended the National Society for Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics conference in Cleveland.