What is the Opus Prize? The Opus Prize is an annual faith-based humanitarian award that is designed to recognize and celebrate those people bringing creative solutions to the world’s most difficult problems. The award partners with Catholic universities, although recipients can be of any faith (Excerpt from Crux.). Mercy Sister Marilyn Lacey received the Opus Prize … Continue reading Chris Lew Reflects on Working With 2017 Opus Prize Winner
Global Health Immersion
How to Make the Most of Your Clinical…in ITALY!
Name: Lydia Hamstra, Class of 2018 Undergrad: Gonzaga University, WA Hometown: Tucson, AZ Fun Fact: I am a huge Harry Potter nerd and to help prep for Italy I read Harry Potter in Italian (since I’ve read it so many times in English, I was able to figure out the gist—it gave me ideas for … Continue reading How to Make the Most of Your Clinical…in ITALY!
My Immersion Trip in Ethiopia: A Reminder About the Importance of Communication
Name: Matt Gervais, Class of 2017 Hometown: Medford, OR Undergrad: University of Portland Fun Fact: I actually enjoy wearing ties. Every year, the Regis University School of Physical Therapy puts on a series of immersion trips around the world as part of students' 3rd or 4th clinical rotation. Through an application process, around 25 students in each class get … Continue reading My Immersion Trip in Ethiopia: A Reminder About the Importance of Communication
Global Health Immersion: Students in Peru
In preparing my capstone presentation and reflecting on the last three years in physical therapy school at Regis, I began to see a theme linking all of my most rich experiences from which I learned the most: discomfort. From patient labs and practical exams to clinicals to presentations to service learning, we are constantly thrown … Continue reading Global Health Immersion: Students in Peru