Emory's Division of Physical Therapy is working to ensure that connecting with patients becomes the norm, not the exception. It's part of an effort to explore the many ways that humans experience life and make sense of it - and to link the humanities in general to physical therapy in particular.
Her schedule sounds like many other university employees: She sees clients, goes to meetings, attends campus events and likes to walk in Lullwater Preserve. But Beowulf is no ordinary staff member. Get to know Emory's first therapy dog.
A clinical trial led by an Emory radiologist is studying a minimally invasive treatment for amputees, who sometimes experience shooting pains or burning sensations in limbs that are no longer there.
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Basketball season is already underway, and catching a home game is just one of the many fun things to do on this month's calendar, which also includes a variety of exhibits and holiday events.
Beginning Jan. 1, Emory faculty and staff, as well as Laney Graduate School students, will have access to temporary caregiving services when an unexpected breakdown in a routine childcare or adult/elder care arrangement occurs.
From using a spin bike to generate electricity at Woodruff PE Center to planting a garden on Eagle Row, winners of this year's Incentives Fund grants have diverse plans to further green goals on campus.
More than 6,000 employees from Emory University and Emory Healthcare donned Fitbits to participate in the eight-week Move More Challenge, one of Emory's largest wellness events.
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