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One Health Lecture Focuses on Food Chain Health

The Chicago College of Pharmacy (CCP) on the Downers Grove Campus hosted a lecture about the use of antibiotics in the food chain and its impact on human health.

One Health in Action: Clinic

One Health Grand Rounds provides an in-depth case study encompassing several healthcare disciplines at MIdwestern University.


Tolu Akinwale

I worked with graduates of CCP and one of the things that immediately caught my attention was their strong interpersonal skills in dealing with patients. It's one thing to have the knowledge of pharmacy as a practice; but it's another thing to be able to relate to patients and help them make the necessary changes to achieve a better health outcome


Female Faculty Share Healthcare Journeys, Provide Tips for Students: Part One

In honor of Women in Medicine Month, four Midwestern University faculty members from both campuses reflected on their experiences and offered advice for female students pursing healthcare careers. The faculty members include Sheila Wang, Pharm.D., BCPS, BCIDP, Professor, Pharmacy Practice, College of Pharmacy and Parres Wright, O.D., FAAO, Assistant Professor, Chicago College of Optometry from the Downers Grove Campus, and Janna Kroleski, D.P.M., Assistant Professor, Arizona College of Podiatric Medicine, and Sharon Edwards, M.S., CCC-SLP, Clinical Assistant Professor, Speech-Language Pathology, from the Glendale Campus. This is the first article in a four-part series. Look for more coming soon.

Midwestern University Complimentary Alumni Social Celebrating Alumni from the 2000's

You're Inivited: One University | One Health | One Great Night

One Health in Action: Curriculum

As part of the Interdisciplinary Healthcare course, students break into interprofessional groups to learn about others’ professions.

One Health/Interprofessional Education

One Health/Interprofessional Education

One Health

October Inservice one health


Midwestern University Eye Institute Offers Pediatric Eye Care Webinar for the Community

About one in five preschool children experience vision issues, and 25 percent of school-age require corrective lenses, according to the American Optometric Association. Midwestern University’s Eye Institute conducted the webinar “Seeing Success: Ensuring Healthy Vision for Infants and Toddlers in the Classroom” to inform the community about pediatric eye care for children and offer preventative care, advice, and answer questions.


College of Pharmacy, Glendale Hosts Inaugural Pediatric Professional Panel

One of the pillars of the curriculum taught in all programs across Midwestern University’s two campuses is the One Health Initiative.

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