- Occupational Therapy
Father and son walk safer with help of alumna
With the help of alumna Rachael Barnette, OTD’21, her 9-year-old patient and his father now walk a little easier across a busy intersection.
New health sciences building coming to Creighton
Creighton University has announced the CL Werner Center for Health Sciences Education and the new home of the Creighton School of Medicine.
Creighton is creating a health care hub in Phoenix
A transformation is taking place in Arizona’s health care landscape, along with a substantial boost to the local economy.
More Than Molecules
A Creighton initiative explores the important role of the humanities in improving health education and care.
Caring for the goats and chickens over a Zoom meeting
Creighton alumna Amy Rogge’s Denver-area practice, Amy Rogge & Associates, provides occupational therapy services for children with developmental and physical challenges. The practice resides on an acre of land, where the children can help care for Amy’s goats and chickens.
Collaborative care at the root of a great dental education
A physician walks into the Creighton dental school … The physician — head and neck cancer surgeon Thomas Dobleman, MD — is showing Creighton dental students how to spot malignancies from clavicle to cranium.
Innovating Health Care
For Creighton, collaborative care operates on a few core principles: Health care is a team effort; and clinicians working together (closely, honestly, efficiently) leads to better patient care — lowering costs, improving outcomes, saving lives.
Billy Bluejay crashes an extremely Creighton wedding
A Creighton couple ties the knot, and their mothers relive a 33-year-old memory. For both occasions, Billy Bluejay was there.