Safer Patient Handling: Stat!

Written by Frank Long, MS. Posted October 10, 2019 Healthcare jobs are dangerous. Maybe not as dangerous as bullfighting or lion taming but certainly right up there with anyone who works with chainsaws or roller skates. The risk of worker injury in the healthcare space is ubiquitous and hovers in places one might think unlikely. Read more about Safer Patient Handling: Stat![…]

Keeping the Radio City Rockettes on their toes, with help from Westchester

October 22, 2019: The Radio City Rockettes rehearse for the Christmas Spectacular at the St. Paul the Apostle Church in New York City. (Photo: Carl Scheffel, Carl Scheffel/MSG Photos) Written by Swapna Venugopal Ramaswamy. Posted Nov. 26, 2019, Edited Nov. 29, 2019 On a Monday afternoon, just days before opening night, Emily King, 22, a Radio Read more about Keeping the Radio City Rockettes on their toes, with help from Westchester[…]

Joanette Lima Nativo is an invited speaker at CSULB Commencement

As an active alumni, and acknowledged as a “Distinguished Alumna” in 2007, Ms. Lima Nativo was invited to speak at one of the 8 commencement ceremonies at CSULB. As a graduate of the College of Health & Human Services, with her degree in Physical Therapy, she is a proud alumni, and one of over 330,000 Read more about Joanette Lima Nativo is an invited speaker at CSULB Commencement[…]