At Bouvé College of Health Sciences, our vision is to shape and drive the transformation of healthcare to health span. This proactive, people-centered approach to health contrasts with the more reactive style dominating much of today’s healthcare system. The focus is on care not cure, wellness, not sickness.
This requires preparing health leaders, clinicians, advocates, researchers, educators and innovators to think and act differently, to innovate and collaborate across disciplines and specialties.
In this panel discussion between Bouvé College Dean Carmen Sceppa and Ama Donkor, BHS’17, MPH’18, CPH, Marsha Maurer, BHS’86, Azita Razzaghi, BHS’88, PharmD’91, and Haley Waud, BHS’12, DPT’13, we examined the changing landscape of health education by asking our alumnae to reflect on their journeys from Bouvé to the present and the skills, training, and experience that have helped them make an impact.
Originally aired on November 4, 2021.
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