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PCOM Students Celebrate Match Day

March 25, 2022

For the first time in over two years, PCOM students gathered in-person to celebrate Match Day with family, friends, faculty and administrators.

Student Clubs Host Women's Health Symposium

September 27, 2021

The two-day event featured sessions on different aspects of women's health including breast cancer, HIV/AIDS and more.

Rethinking Burnout, Mental Health and Well-Being

July 5, 2021

PCOM alumni provide tips for battling med school burnout as the COVID-19 epidemic has taken a heavy toll on healthcare professionals.

Discovering What's 'Possible'

December 22, 2020

Jason Duff, PsyD '08, organized OPERATION OUTREACH, a virtual music and wellness event supporting cancer research and support.

Clinical PsyD Student Named to APA Membership Board

December 1, 2020

Norah Fahad Aldawsari (PsyD '24) has been named to the American Psychology Association's Membership Board to advocate for underrepresented communities.

Student Research Spotlight: Nicholas Hope (PsyD '22)

August 26, 2020

The clinical psychology student discusses working with PCOM faculty on health psychology and cognitive behavior topics.

Webinar Helps Employees Manage Stress During COVID-19 Pandemic

April 20, 2020

An interactive webinar was hosted by Robert DiTomasso, PhD, ABPP and Brittany Quimby (PsyD '21) to provide mental health tips for PCOM faculty and staff.

PCOM, Villanova Nursing Collaborate on IPE Initiative

November 11, 2019

DO and PsyD students work alongside Villanova nursing students on emergency care simulations.

Student Research Spotlight: Ashley Poole (PsyD '20)

October 15, 2019

Doctor of clinical psychology student Ashley Poole explains her examination of healthcare students' perspectives on interprofessional education.

Jason Coleman | Clinical Psychology (PsyD) Program

June 22, 2019

Jason Coleman’s work as a case manager and his passion for helping young people become productive members of society inspired him to pursue a career as a clinical psychologist.