The concept of Interprofessional Education (IPE) is when students from two or more health care professions learn together during part of their professional training. The goal is to develop collaborative practices, reduce medical errors, and improve the overall quality of patient-centered health…

June is National Safety Month. A great time to remind you that you always need to be aware of your surroundings and take sensible precautions to protect yourself and your belongings. Not just while on your Carrington College campus, but when you’re at the mall, in a restaurant, in fact anywhere…

Once you walk the stage at your Carrington College graduation ceremony, it suddenly hits you…”I’ve done it!” You’ve achieved your first goal, you are on your way to a new career, but where do you go from here? With our grouped graduation ceremonies, some of you may start your first job before…

A new biologic drug that will help treat rheumatoid arthritis has opened a discussion into the role of synthetic medications in today’s society.1 Cases of rheumatoid arthritis, characterized by the loss of joint function and mobility, are familiar to health care professionals and medical…

Just like people, our pets have blood pressure too and they also risk developing high blood pressure. While high blood pressure in humans can cause more serious health issues, high blood pressure in animals is usually associated with a more critical health issue, because hypertension is…

So our Guinness World RecordTM attempt has come and gone, but if you’re one of the 5,698 people who got a blood pressure reading on campus, do you know how to improve or maintain those blood pressure numbers? Here are some tricks on how to manage your blood pressure, no matter where you fall on…

Food allergies are problems that plague both patients and medical professionals, including medical assistants. Eight food groups account for about 90 percent of food allergy-related reactions: peanuts, milk, eggs, soy, tree nuts, fish, wheat and shellfish.1 According to the Food Allergy Research…