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Interprofessional Collaboration

School of Nursing Conducts First-Ever Emergency Trauma Simulation

The UNCW School of Nursing conducted the first-ever emergency trauma simulation with 50 seniors in the Simulation Learning Center (SLC) located in McNeill Hall. More...

Implementation Science

CHHS Researchers Test Exercise Table That Could Help COPD Patients

A UNCW research team is testing an exercise table for a North Carolina company that hopes the investigational device may help patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease breathe a little easier. More...

Community Engagement / Impact

The Wilmington Miracle Field: From Vision to Reality

Associate Professor, Dan Johnson’s vision of a Miracle Field in Wilmington was one filled with conviction, passion and dedication. More...

Upcoming events

Sept. 12 

Coffee Hour: Tobacco & Substance Abuse

10 - 11 a.m.
McNeill Hall, room 3084

Sept. 14  

The 6th Annual CHHS Convocation

4 – 6 p.m.
McNeill Hall, Front Lawn


CHHS Welcomes NC Alliance for Health Professions Diversity to McNeill Hall

On Friday, August 19, the UNCW College of Health and Human Services (CHHS) welcomed the NC Alliance for Health Professions Diversity (NCAHPD) to McNeill Hall for their quarterly meeting. More...

CHHS Nursing Professor Receives Invitation to Join Editorial Board for a Major Nursing Education Journal

Associate Professor of Nursing, Elizabeth Gazza has received an invitation to join the editorial board for the Journal of Professional Nursing (JPN) for a three-year term. More...

Three Seahawks Recognized by WILMA Magazine
UNCW faculty and staff are among women being recognized by WILMA Magazine’s Women to Watch and Leadership Initiative.

Kathy Browder, senior associate dean of the College of Health and Human Services, and Kat Pohlman, UNCW’s sustainability coordinator, are finalists for WILMA Magazine’s 2016 Women to Watch. More...

Public Health Studies Program Receives CEPH Accreditation
The Public Health Studies Program in UNCW’s School of Health and Applied Human Sciences has received accreditation by the Council on Education for Public Health. The program is among the first national cohort to pursue accreditation for its undergraduate program. More..


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