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Being a Thresher means being the best you can be at all times of the day, even after you have graduated and moved on to another chapter in your life.
Cristopher Nelson ’14

Areas of Study: Interprofessional Health Studies

Increasingly, health-care and mental health-care providers work together in professional teams, requiring each team member to appreciate the contributions of those with professional training different from her/his own.

The Interprofessional Health Studies certificate brings together students with varied interests in health-related and human service professions to help them see their own chosen profession in the context of the many that provide health care and mental health care.

The 16-credit-hour Interprofessional Health Services certificate includes required courses in nutrition, health-care ethics, biopsychology and human service skills. Additional hours will be chosen based on the student’s interests – from athletic training, neuropsychology, counseling, social work, nursing or pathophysiology. An internship in a health-care setting will be another important requirement of the certificate

Faculty

Doug Maury

Doug Maury

Assistant Professor of Athletic Training/Athletic Training Program Director
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Education:
  • Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) Board of Certification for the Athletic Trainer
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) National Strength and Conditioning Association
  • B.A. Bethel College 2001
  • M.Ed.-Sport Administration Wichita State University 2006
Jessica Gillette

Jessica Gillette

Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education
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Education:
  • M.S. in Health, Physical Education and Recreation Emporia State University 2008