Division of Health Sciences Virtual Advisory Board

This is a place where health care professionals and administrators can access important information about the health science programs at Idaho State University and submit comments or questions.

Contacts

College of Pharmacy
Paul Cady
cady@pharmacy.isu.edu
282-2175

Counseling
Nicole Hill
hillnico@isu.edu
282-2413

Dietetics
Laura McKnight
mcknlaur@isu.edu
282-2961

Health Care Administration
Patrick Hermanson
hermpatr@isu.edu
282-3586

Health Education & Promotion
Willis McAleese
mcalwill@isu.edu
282-4257

Medical Laboratory Science
Kathleen Spiegel
spiekath@isu.edu
282-4456

Paramedic Science
Rodney Hackwith
hackrodn@isu.edu
373-1879

Public Health (MPH)
Monica Mispireta
mispmoni@isu.edu
282-5601

Radiographic Science
Dan Hobbs
hobbsdan@isu.edu
282-4112

School of Nursing
Mary Nies
niesmary@isu.edu
282-2443

Dental Hygiene
Kristin Calley
callkris@isu.edu
282-3379

Dental Sciences
Brian Crawford
crawbri3@isu.edu
282-5275

Family Medicine
Jonathan Cree
joncree@fmed.isu.edu
282-4508

Physician Assistant Studies
Paula Phelps
phelpaul@isu.edu
282-4878

Communication Sciences and Disorders
Kathleen Kangas
kangkath@isu.edu
282-4196

Physical and Occupational Therapy
Jim Creelman
creejame@isu.edu
282-4566

November 2012 Updates

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Profile of ISU Nursing Graduate, Kate Brusse >>

Idaho Diabetes Prevention and Control Program

Five programs in the Division of Health Sciences are currently partnering with the Southeast District Health Department to provide assessment and treatment to persons with diabetes in southeast Idaho. ISU faculty and students have collaborated with the health department on this program for the past year and the various disciplines involved continue to expand. Currently Nursing, Physical Therapy, Pharmacy, Dietetics and Health Education faculty and students are working on this project, which includes 10 events this fall. One of our goals within the DHS is to expand opportunities for our students to become involved in interdisciplinary health care. This program is a good example of interdisciplinary collaboration in action.

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