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Afton Student Explores Medical Laboratory at Tri-Town

Have you ever wondered what happens after you have a blood test or biopsy? One Afton student had the chance to find out by participating in a medical laboratory science job shadowing program offered through Bassett Healthcare Network and CNYAHEC. Amber Sypniefski, a...

New York’s County Health Rankings

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has released their latest County Health Rankings, which ranks each county of every state via a number of health factors, health outcomes, policies, and programs. The County Health Rankings use a number of resources, including the...

NYSARH Community Groups

There are two Community groups currently associated with NYSARH: the NYSARH community group, or the “parent group”, and the SUNY Potsdam Student Chapter group, or the “sub-group”.SUNY Potsdam student members will be members of both groups, but NYSARH members will only...

How to Use the NYSARH Site

Once your HWapps account has been created, go to the NYSARH home page. Upon your first visit to the NYSARH home page, you have the option to ‘favorite’ the NYSARH home page to make it easier for future access. To do this, click the plus (+) icon (red arrow in Figure...

The Role of Empathy in Clinical Care

Empathy is the action of understanding, being aware of, being sensitive to, and vicariously experiencing the feelings, thoughts, and experience of another, in either the past or present, without having the feelings, thoughts, and experience fully communicated in an...

PPS Workforce Leads Meet

CNYCC hosted the first NYS PPS Workforce Leads meeting to collaborate on strategies and showcase workforce vendor resources. View presentation here

Reflections from Rural Health Immersion

While sitting across from four New Visions students in the conference room of Oswego Hospital, I felt nervous. These students were about to graduate and embark on a long journey to bushwhack their own path through life; I realized I was still in the thicket of my own....