Karen Goldschmidt, PhD, and Kelsey Stasko, of the College Nursing and Health Professions, discuss the global supply chain issues during COVID-19 at a rural children’s hospital.
Providing quality health care to people in rural communities has long been a challenge in the United States, with many providers finding that they cannot make enough money to provide services in these locations. As […]
Like coroners investigating a suspicious death, the biomedical engineers at Drexel’s Implant Research Center carefully pour over each palm-sized ball, cylinder and screw that is delivered to 3401 Market Street. Their job is to […]
In 1966, Medicare brought million of senior citizens health coverage as the first federal expansion of health insurance protection in the United States. The expansion became the largest of its kind in the country’s history. […]
A pair of Drexel engineers is developing a new sensor that can detect one of the most challenging hospital-acquired infections easily, early and without expensive equipment. Wan and Wei-Heng Shih, professors in the School of […]
Can you imagine a life without sunsets? Twenty-four hours of daylight? Perhaps – if you’re summering in the Arctic Circle. But as a relatively common occurrence in hospitals and group-living centers, it can disrupt sleep […]