WesternU VP Baron named SVP/Provost
David Baron, DO, MSEd, Vice President for Clinical and External Relations at Western University of Health Sciences, will become Senior Vice President and Provost of the University effective July 1, 2019.
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Collaboration and teamwork among health professionals are important aspects to the delivery of high-quality patient care. A landmark report by the Institute of Medicine suggests health care workforce preparation should include interprofessional education (IPE).
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The Winter 2019 edition of the WesternU View magazine has arrived. The cover story highlights WesternU’s 3D Educational Technologies’ many collaborations with faculty to enhance student learning. The magazine also features profiles of several long-serving faculty who retired, an urgent message about biosurveillance from a College of Veterinary Medicine professor, and a College of Pharmacy professor who has published more than 125 articles and mentored dozens of student pharmacists. Click to read more…
WesternU has created a committee to help guide the University through its accreditation reaffirmation cycle, which concludes in 2018. The WSCUC (WASC Senior College and University Commission) Reaffirmation Steering Committee consists of 12 members representing a cross section of the University.
Follow this link, https://www.westernu.edu/ire/ire-accreditation/wscuc/, for FAQs and answers, a list of members, and to track the committee’s progress. Later this year, the WesternU community will be invited to provide input for the University’s Institution Report to WSUSC.
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Adeba Mohammad, MSMS ’15, DO ’19, presented a study at the World Congress on Insulin Resistance, Diabetes & Cardiovascular Disease, Nov. 30-Dec. 2, in Universal City, Calif. The Study unexpectedly showed there was no meaningful association between the severity of diabetes and the number of associated conditions.