Stopping the cycle of child abuse

Editor’s note: The winter 2014 issue of DMU Magazine explored the long-term effects and high health costs of adverse childhood …

Des Moines University’s 114th commencement ceremony to award 539 degrees

Des Moines University will grant 539 degrees at its 2014 Commencement Ceremony, the 114th in the university’s history, on Saturday, …

Duffy named Catherine Worthingham Fellow

When you encounter Pam Duffy, P.T., Ph.D., M.Ed., OCS, RP, FAPTA, assistant professor in global health and public health, she will greet you …

National Public Health Week 2014

National Public Health Week 2014 kicks off today and is focused on drawing attention to the work of local public …

DMU alumni put passion in action

Navigation: Taking a Toms Shoes tack to save lives Following fate to fill needs in Haiti Moved by faith, informed …

Bradden T. Cannon, M.H.A., M.P.H.’08

Cannon accepted a position as the director of cardiovascular services at the University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville in January. …

The toll of ACEs

Adverse childhood experiences and their effect on lifelong health By Caitlin Suginaka, M.P.H.’13 and Barbara Dietrich Boose Imagine a world …

Become a public health superhero at Mini Medical School

Discover your inner super hero and help change the world at Des Moines University’s Mini Medical School. Beginning February 4, …

DMU students win five of six awards at 2013 Research Symposium

The annual DMU Research Symposium was held on Thursday, December 5, and featured Laurel L. Haak, Ph.D., executive director of …

Ryan T. Dow, M.H.A., M.P.H.’12

Dow is a safety, health and environmental consultant in the administrative branch at DuPont Pioneer for all its lab and research operations in …

James Paul C. Maganito, D.O., M.H.A., M.P.H.’05

In November 2012, Maganito joined the Veterans Administration Montana Healthcare System in Helena as the system’s only gynecologist for the state. …

Celebrate Food Day with food for thought

Food Day is a national celebration and a movement for healthy, affordable and sustainable food. DMU students will mark the …