A powerful partnership to create an autism center of tomorrow
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5M ago
Missouri State is partnered with The Arc of the Ozarks and Mercy Hospital to bring forth a new level of autism centers in service of the community. Tim Dygon, Executive Vice President at The Arc, and Dr. Letitia White-Minnis, associate dean of the McQueary College of Health and Human Services Missouri State University, discuss how this will happen in the present moment and in the future. “It always starts small. It always starts with an idea and a discussion. We know that if we continue to have strong partners like Missouri State and Mercy at the table, we’ll have great ideas that will gr ..read more
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Restructuring: Conversations with the Dean
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by MCHHS
5M ago
The MCHHS departments are in for some major restructuring in the coming years -- but what does that mean for students and faculty? Dean of the McQueary College of Health and Human Services, Dr. Mark Smith, explains why restructuring is a good thing and why changes moving forward are needed. Learn more about the McQueary College of Health and Human Services. See what's happening in MCHHS on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Due to social distancing measures, this interview was recorded via Zoom. Audio quality may be affected ..read more
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Building bridges with Burrell
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by MCHHS
5M ago
Have you heard about the new PsyD program? Dr. Adam Andreassen, Chief Operating Officer of Burrell Behavioral Health, and Dr. Paul Deal, psychology department head at Missouri State University, lift the curtain to discuss what the partnership with Burrell entails. “We want to develop a workforce that is going to meet a demand that is extremely prevalent at this time. All of us at Burrell are thrilled about this partnership and the creation of this Doctor of Psychology program,” Andreassen said. “It’s going to change the community; it’s going to change the state and it’s going to save lives.” L ..read more
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Balancing athletics with academics
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by MCHHS
5M ago
Can student athletes juggle their sports in addition to academics? Alyssa Buchheit, cell and molecular biology student with a minor in chemistry and on the pre-med track, joins us this month to discuss how she always knew that she’d play soccer at the college-level. “I’m so blessed to be a student athlete,” Buchheit said. “Instead of having to get a job during the school year, I get to play the sport I love with my best friends.” Buchheit shares the cool opportunities she’s experienced because of being on the Missouri State women’s soccer team in September’s podcast episode. Learn mo ..read more
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The bittersweet end to an eight-year journey
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by MCHHS
5M ago
Happy spring commencement to all of our #BearGrads! Sarah Rowland hops onto the May podcast to discuss her graduation success story that's been an eight year process! From the death of a close friend to a experiencing near-death herself, Sarah shares how she found the perseverance to stay on the path and finally claim her degree. Tune in to hear Sarah's story and why it's okay to be a non-traditional graduate! Learn more about the McQueary College of Health and Human Services. See what's happening in MCHHS on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Due to social distancing measures, this interview wa ..read more
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Behind the Brohort
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by MCHHS
5M ago
Next month is National Nurses Month! Caleb Huettenmeyer and Trevor Whittington join me to discuss their range of experiences as two out of the seven male nursing students within Missouri State's program. All seven of the male nursing students bonded over dealing with shared stereotypes and came together to create the "Brohort." Listen in to hear about the what it's like for male nursing students, as well as the Brohort's origin story, which may or may not have begun in a restroom... Learn more about the McQueary College of Health and Human Services. See what's happening in MCHHS on Instagram ..read more
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Feeling the love... or the lack thereof
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by MCHHS
5M ago
With this being recorded during the month of February, it only seemed fitting to discuss what this month is all about, L-O-V-E! But love isn't always sunshine and rainbows. Tune in to hear what Dr. Abernathy has to say about the positive and negative effects that love can have on a person. Learn more about the McQueary College of Health and Human Services. See what's happening in MCHHS on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Due to social distancing measures, this interview was recorded via Zoom. Audio quality may be affected ..read more
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A conversation with the Dean
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by MCHHS
5M ago
Dr. Mark Smith, Dean of McQueary College of Health and Human Services, joins Health Queries to discuss his life experiences, career path, philosophies and his leadership strategy in MCHHS.  Learn more about the McQueary College of Health and Human Services. See what's happening in MCHHS on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Due to social distancing measures, this interview was recorded via Zoom. Audio quality may be affected ..read more
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A simulation center for the future
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by MCHHS
5M ago
As healthcare evolves, so must the ways students learn. The Missouri State University simulation center provides a variety of hands-on experiences for health sciences students to learn their craft.  Brandon Rachal, simulation center coordinator, discusses how the lab prepares MCHHS students for the vast healthcare landscape.  Learn more about the McQueary College of Health and Human Services. See what's happening in MCHHS on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Due to social distancing measures, this interview was recorded via Zoom. Audio quality may be affected. Read episode transcript ..read more
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What's in a personality?
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by MCHHS
5M ago
We often hear about personality types and tests, especially in the workplace. But what's in a personality? Are our personalities permanent? Are they shaped by our experiences? How do we know personality tests are accurate? Dr. Amber Abernathy, associate professor of psychology, and Dr. Paul Deal, psychology department head, answer these questions and more in July's Health Queries episode.  View episode transcript. Learn more about the McQueary College of Health and Human Services. See what's happening in MCHHS on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Due to social distancing measures, this int ..read more
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