Our top priority in the School of Health Sciences is to provide quality education. The faculty, who are expert practitioners and researchers, prepare students for dynamic careers in healthcare. Students learn by doing in the numerous hands-on labs, the campus Speech and Hearing Clinic, and the community. There are many opportunities for students to participate in service-learning in the community, clinical and fieldwork experiences, online learning, and faculty research.
Health care today is rapidly changing, challenging practitioners to be innovative, think both independently and collaboratively, and take leadership. The programs in the School of Health Sciences prepare students for these challenges. The graduates of these programs will be tomorrow’s leaders in designing services that promote the health and well-being of the citizens of our communities.
Stephen Slane, Interim Director
Prechtl’s Assessment for General Movements Basic and Advance Courses at Cleveland State University
Cleveland State University in joint partnership with Cleveland Clinic is proud to offer Prechtl’s Assessment of General Movements Basic and Advanced Courses, August 6th-9th, 2015. Prechtl’s Assessment of General Movements is a highly sensitive and specific standardized tool, systematically designed to determine the integrity of the nervous system from 26 weeks gestation to 5 months post-term age. This assessment can enhance interprofessional collaboration and be utilized by the neonatologist, neurologist, physiatrist, nurse practitioner, pediatricians, speech and language pathologist or occupational and physical therapist for early detection of neurological sequelae.
Course registration is open to all health care professionals.
Basic Course: Registration is SOLD OUT
Advanced Course: $1000 (Early bird discount $950 if registration received by: May 31, 2015)
Residents/Fellows: Registration is SOLD OUT