Dean: David L. Jones

The College of Health Sciences is the place for students interested in improving and maintaining the physical and social health of others. The College of Health Sciences offers challenging degree programs in the "helping professions" and serve as the gateway to schools of medicine, dentistry, physical and occupational therapy, physician's assistant study, and optometry.

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Recent Submissions

  • Postdischarge quality of care: Do age disparities exist among Department of Veterans Affairs ischemic stroke patients? 

    Author(s):Chumbler, Neale R.; Jia, Huanguang; Phipps, Michael S.; Li, Xinli; Ordin, Diana; Williams, Linda S.; Myers, Laura J.; Bravata, Dawn M.; Chumbler, Neale R.; Jia, Huanguang; Phipps, Michael S.; Li, Xinli; Ordin, Diana; Williams, Linda S.; Myers, Laura J.; Bravata, Dawn M.
    Date:2013-01-01
    This study examined whether age disparities existed across postdischarge quality indicators (QIs) for veterans with ischemic stroke who received care at Department of Veterans Affairs medical centers (VAMCs). This retrospective ...
  • Influence of Running and Walking on Hormonal Regulators of Appetite in Women 

    Author(s):Larson-Meyer, D. Enette; Palm, Sonnie; Bansal, Aasthaa; Austin, Kathleen J.; Hart, Ann Marie; Alexander, Brenda M.; Larson-Meyer, D. Enette; Palm, Sonnie; Bansal, Aasthaa; Austin, Kathleen J.; Hart, Ann Marie; Alexander, Brenda M.
    Date:2012-01-01
    Nine female runners and ten walkers completed a 60 min moderate-intensity (70% VO2max) run or walk, or 60 min rest in counterbalanced order. Plasma concentrations of the orexogenic peptide ghrelin, anorexogenic peptides ...
  • Network of Spaces and Interaction-Related Behaviors in Adult Intensive Care Units 

    Author(s):Rashid, Mahbub; Boyle, Diane K.; Crosser, Michael; Rashid, Mahbub; Boyle, Diane K.; Crosser, Michael
    Date:2014-11-01
    Using three spatial network measures of "space syntax", this correlational study describes four interaction-related behaviors among three groups of users in relation to visibility and accessibility of spaces in four adult ...