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On-campus and online: this student's unique journey in the Bachelor of Health Sciences program

The following feature on BHSc student Allison Nerbas appeared in the Dean's Blog.

Allison Nerbas grew up in Aurora, Ontario and moved to Kingston to attend Queen’s after high school, but she never sets foot in a classroom.

This isn't because she is a poor student, but because she ended up deciding that the course that was truly right for her at Queen’s was the online Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHSc) program.

How age, gender, and caregiving affect your health

Dr. Susan Phillips is the instructor of GLPH 171, Social and Physical Determinants of Health and Disease in the Bachelor of Health Sciences program.

The following article is from the Faculty of Health Sciences Dean's Blog

Dr. Susan Phillips, a Professor in Family Medicine and Public Health Sciences, has noticed throughout her career that there can sometimes be a major discrepancy between how patients say they feel and how she would assume they’d feel based on their physical health.

Who says technology drives us apart?

From the Faculty of Health Sciences Dean's Blog

When students started using the new microscopes that were procured for the School of Medicine last November, Rick Hunt, the recently retired Coordinator of the Anatomy Learning Centre, noticed a difference right away.

Actually, he noticed several differences.

What makes the Queen's BHSc program unique?

The Queen’s University Bachelor of Health Sciences is a health science program delivered in a unique format that focuses on application of course material. This degree builds on the success and reputation of the Queen’s Faculty of Health Sciences and offers an undergraduate pathway to health sciences professions.

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