“Be present, be curious, be confident.” This is the phrase I adopted a few weeks into my second clinical to help with the crippling angst I was feeling. Since the start of the clinical rotation, I had been struggling to feel like me and hold myself with confidence. To put it bluntly, I felt completely…Keep reading
This post is dedicated to our Clinical Education Team. This all-star squad is made up of Dr. Nancy Mulligan, Dr. Alice Davis, Dr. Shelene Thomas, Dr. Stacy Carmel, Dr. Denise O’Dell, and Dr. Laura LaPorta. They navigated our first clinical experience with admiral perseverance and continue to work hard in the face of adversity for future clinical experiences.…Keep reading
Name: Josh Hubert, Class of 2019 Undergrad: Bellarmine University Hometown: St. Louis, MO Fun-fact: I was told by a Greek reiki-master that I am a crystal baby Like any great exploration recorded in history, your clinical education at Regis will be a trip fueled by careful planning, curiosity, intrepid spirit, chance, and financial backing from…Keep reading
Name: Kelsie Jordan, Class of 2019 Hometown: Portland, OR Undergrad: Oregon State University Fun Fact: I spent the summer of 2014 studying in Salamanca, Spain. When I tell people I was in California for my first clinical rotation, everyone’s minds seem to jump to the flashy big cities like Los Angeles, San Diego, or San Francisco. Sorry guys, I…Keep reading
Name: Nicole Darragh, Class of 2017 Hometown: Columbus, OH Undergrad: Regis University Fun Fact: I think kale is totally overrated. The Class of 2017 recently returned from their second clinical rotations with a plethora of new knowledge and stories to share. Some students even had a visitor along the way: Flat Stanley. Flat Stanley is…Keep reading
Name: Lindsay Mayors Hometown: Akron, Ohio Undergrad: University of Dayton Fun Fact: My first experience skiing was on my third birthday in Keystone, Colorado! Today, the Class of 2017 has reached the halfway point of their 8-week second clinical rotation. The past two semesters have been filled with management courses, case studies, exams, practicals, and research. In April, we completed…Keep reading
Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.