Welcome from theDEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SCIENCES CHAIR
Dr. Gail Evans Grayson, Chair, Department of Health Sciences
Welcome to the website for The Department of Health Sciences Education! You have chosen wisely in considering the WesternU Master of Science in Health Sciences (MSHS) degree, and here are some of the reasons why!
Our region and the world is plagued with many important health issues that are ammendable to change through the power of information and education. Every health discipline is in need of qualified practitioners and clinicians who will lead the changes that are desperately needed to address the needs of all people.
Gail Evans Grayson, EdD
Health Professions Education
Not a clinician? The HPE track of study also readies educators to teach effectively in classroom, practical and community environments.
Community Health Education
I look forward to meeting you and discussing plans for your future in the health care industry. Best wishes to you in your quest for a healthy, happy and productive future.
News and Announcements
SC-SOPHE is looking volunteers!
For more information, please view the following link: https://www.scsophe.org/boarddirectors/bylaws. Please feel free to email Jayzona (email@example.com) or Helen (firstname.lastname@example.org) any questions or concerns regarding SC-SOPHE.
MSHS alumni and students have served as board members! Previous board members are as follows: Jayzona Alberto, Helen Musharbash, and Crystle Guevarra
The benefits of becoming a member of SC-SOPHE include opportunities to network with other health education professionals, obtain discounted professional development training, access available job postings, and post articles in a professional and peer exchange. A fee of $30 for professionals and $15 for students is required to join. For more information, please contact Jayzona, Helen, or Crystle via email.
Feel free to email me any questions or concerns regarding the events and announcements above. Please look out for emails regarding upcoming MSHS student meeting and events. Hope to see you at one of the upcoming events!
Looking for few energetic and motivational volunteers who must be 18 years of age and up, a college student, or a teacher. This is a structured volunteering where we would like you to commit for the entire quarter/semester. One can volunteer as little as one or two day(s) of the week, once or twice a month, or entire month (for a better outcome a consistency is needed). For more information, please contact Insan Mission: or visit: www.insanfoundation.org.
Duration: On going
Days:Mondays & Wednesdays (Location A), Tuesday & Thursdays (Location B)
Time: 2:30 – 5:00 PM (Location A), 3:00 – 6:00 PM (Location B)
Students:about 30, mostly Elementary School, some Middle School, few High School ones
Demographic:Children of Low Income/ Financially Disadvantaged Families, At Risk Students
Program:Homework help with inspirational and positive approach, some hands on Fun Activities, Enrichment, Health, Safety, and Good Citizenship