February is National Cancer Prevention Month, an important time to highlight that primary care providers—such as physician assistants—are one key part of the healthcare team with an important role to play in cancer prevention, ultimately leading to survival.
On Sunday, March 19 from 8:00 to 9:40 a.m., Michael Pro, MD, will discuss
Contemporary Co-management of Glaucoma: A Case-Based Approach as part of the Salus
University Pennsylvania College of Optometry (PCO) Dynamic Duos continuing education
program at the Hafter Student Community Center.
The most recent group of students who received travel grants from the Salus University Alumni Association presented posters at professional conferences last year between August and November. Along with professional conference expenses, funding is also available to support student travel for health screenings and humanitarian trips.
Meet Teresa Konieczny Burns, AuD ’15, MA. While living in New Zealand, Dr. Burns completed the Salus University Doctor of Audiology Online Bridge Program. Redefining higher education, the program provides audiologists with the educational support they desire and the convenience they need.
Since her 2011 residency at the Bond-Wroten Eye Clinic in Denham Springs, Louisiana, Dr. Khanh Nghi Trinh ’10, has acquired a few more roles than that of full-time optometrist: wife, first-time home owner, president of the Central Louisiana Optometric Society and proud owner of Buddy, a Labrador/Doberman mix.