Are you thinking of becoming a physical therapist assistant (PTA)?
Congratulations to the Occupational Therapy graduate students of cohort MSOT011 on their recent White Coat Ceremony and Academic Showcase. This milestone marks a significant achievement for these students, who have worked hard to reach this point in their journey.
Stanbridge University is pleased to announce the addition of Milo, a facially expressive robot designed by RoboKind, to the Robotics and Intelligent Sciences Lab at its Orange County campus.
Being a nursing student during the holidays can be tough. You’re pulled in a million different directions, you’re stressed, and you might not be feeling very festive. Despite this, it is possible to celebrate the holidays and participate in the festivities as a nursing student!
As you research healthcare education, you may be wondering about the differences between Licensed Vocational Nurses (LVNs), Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs), and Medical Assistants (MAs). While all three jobs are in the medical field and involve working with patients, some key distinctions exist between these roles.
Stanbridge University proudly celebrates the achievements of our hardworking scholarship recipients. Join us in congratulating Los Angeles Vocational Nursing student Ericka Liang Long, a recipient of the Dr. Jonathan Wu Excellence in Nursing Scholarship.
Stanbridge University is pleased to announce that it has acquired the first MediTouch ArmTutor device in California for use in occupational and physical therapy disciplines. Developed by Israeli firm MediTouch, the ArmTutor is an ergonomic arm brace allowing for isolated and combination elbow and shoulder exercises.
If you’re enrolled in a Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) program or are considering enrolling, you know that it’s an academically rigorous program with a lot of information to learn and remember.
Are you interested in a career in occupational therapy? If so, you’re probably wondering what the difference is between an occupational therapist (OT) and an occupational therapy assistant (OTA).
“How do I know if nursing is the right career for me?” If you’re in nursing school, or are considering it, you’ve probably asked yourself that question many times. There are many factors to consider when making this decision, but here are 8 signs that nursing may be the right fit for you: