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02.20

D'Youville Alum Becomes Provincial Chief Nursing Officer for Ontario

As a practicing nurse in Canada, Acorn knew she wanted to further her education and pursue a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree, but th...

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  1. 03.16

    AM Buffalo Interviews HSA Professor

    DYC's Lisa Rafalson discussed career opportunities for HSA majors.

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  2. 02.05

    56th Honors Convocation to Laud Students

    Brenda Williams McDuffie, president & CEO of Buffalo Urban League, will speak at the March 4 event.

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  3. 01.23

    DYC Professor Part of Evaluation Team for Major Childhood Obesity Study

    Renee Cadzow, PhD, conducted analysis of 4,000 students over a 3-year period to confirm school-based interventions improve health.

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    11.10

    Business First interviews DYC Professor about Health Analytics Program

    Lisa Rafalson, PhD, chair of health services administration, played a critical role in forming the program.

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  5. 11.06

    HSA Forum to Explore Future of Healthcare Financing

    Panelists for the Nov 6 event include experts from Catholic Health and Roswell Park Cancer Institute

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  6. 10.16

    Future Public Health & Health Analytics graduates will fill national shortage

    The Buffalo News reports that D'Youville is introducing new healthcare programs in fields with growing demand.

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    10.06

    Mental Health and Substance Abuse Expert to Speak on Campus

    Karl Shallowhorn of the Mental Health Association of Erie County and Compeer of Greater Buffalo will speak at 3:00pm on October 6.

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    09.24

    Organ Donation to be Focus of Panel Discussion

    Participants at the Sept. 30 event include DYC Health Services Administration and Unyts.

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