Callie Carr

Callie Carr's Articles

  • Equipment being demonstrated in the UNH Telehealth Practice Center

    Making the Telehealth Connection

    UNH's Telehealth Practic Center is helping NH prisons and county jails as they struggle to meet the complex health related needs of their residents. 
  • Assistant professor of nursing Alyssa O'Brien

    Coming Home

    Assistant professor of nursing Alyssa O’Brien was recently recognized by the New Hampshire Nurses Association with an Excellence in Nursing award for her teaching and research.
  • Rendering of Health Sciences Simulation Center clinical space

    Poised for Growth

    UNH's Health Sciences Simulation Center will address the health care workforce shortages in the Granite State.
  • Outdoor Renaissance

    Outdoor Renaissance

    UNH's Outdoor Leadership and Management program educates the future leaders of the growing outdoor industry. 
  • CHHS Announces New Research Institute

    CHHS Announces New Research Institute

    The Institute for Excellence in Health and Social Systems partners with complex health and social systems to help populations live a good life in a good place.
  • Precious Resources

    Precious Resources

    As the COVID-19 pandemic has taken hold over the past several months, more and more people have found themselves with time to devote to outdoor recreation.
  • Exploring the Impact of NH's Medicaid Work and Community Engagement Requirements

    Exploring the Impact of NH's Medicaid Work and Community Engagement Requirements

    UNH's Institute for Health Policy and Practice and Franklin Pierce School of Law has released a new report assessing New Hampshire’s Medicaid Work and Community Engagement Requirements and their...
  • Five outdoor ed and leadership students created a resource for educators to better engage their students in online learning

    Digital Adventures

    For five students studying outdoor education and leadership, the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic gave them an opportunity to create a resource to help educators more effectively engage their students...
  • Marc Hiller and Lucy Hodder

    UNH Faculty Appointed to State Disaster Medical Advisory Team

    Associate professor of health management and policy Marc Hiller and the Institute for Health Policy and Practice’s director of health law and policy programs Lucy Hodder have been appointed to the...
  • Hannah McGuire '20

    A Passion for Healthcare Leadership

    Hannah McGuire '20, health management and policy major, North Canaan, Connecticut  
  • Teachers work with students at the Child Study and Development Center at UNH

    Ensuring Bright Futures

    In a collaborative effort to ensure that all New Hampshire’s children have a bright future, UNH has partnered with New Hampshire’s Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and Department of...
  • YES Africa Malawi participants doing the ropes course at The Browne Center

    Just say YES

    For 10 days over the summer break Durham was abuzz with activity as 17 youth sports leaders from Malawi, Africa, were on campus for an intensive exchange program focusing on inclusive sports for...
  • Chair of Recreation Management & Policy Named Fellow of AAPRA

    Chair of Recreation Management & Policy Named Fellow of AAPRA

    Bob Barcelona was recently selected as a Fellow in the American Academy for Park and Recreation Administration.
  • Project ECHO participants hosting a PACT MAT training

    Going to the MAT

    UNH conducts first ever Project ECHO Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) training for health providers in New Hampshire. 
  • Senator Maggie Hassan at UNH's Panel on Health Care Costs

    Sen. Maggie Hassan Keynotes UNH Panel on Healthcare Costs

    UNH School of Law co-hosted a discussion of the nation's healthcare system, featuring Senator Maggie Hassan as well as a panel of experts. 
  • Outdoor therapy students at UNH

    WMUR: UNH Study Looks at Using Outdoor Therapy to Help People Battling Addiction

    Study shows that adventure therapy for substance use disorder treatment has better outcomes than traditional therapy
  • CHHS student with child at Child Study Development Center

    UNH Awarded $3.8 Million Preschool Development Grant

    The funding will help improve New Hampshire's early childhood system. 
  • aerial view of UNH campus

    Helping a State in Need

    As the opioid crisis escalates, so do UNH's efforts to address it.
  • Spark 2018 - Attacking Addiction, Saving Lives

    Attacking Addiction, Saving Lives

    A new behavioral health initiative brings resources from around UNH to address New Hampshire's opioid crisis.
  • UNH's Will Lusenhop and Alexa Trolley-Hanson

    Addressing the Need

    A new grant is helping UNH train professionals to work in behavioral health settings in underserved parts of the state.
  • Amadou Hamady

    The New Americans

    Amadou Hamady ’10G is currently the director of the New Hampshire chapter of the International Institute of New England.
  • UNH student Emily Carbonara '17

    Focusing on Youth Suicide Prevention in New Hampshire

    When senior Emily Carbonara started a summer internship at Exeter Hospital in Exeter, New Hampshire, she didn’t know it would launch her into research on youth suicide prevention in the state.
  • kids at table at UNH

    Here’s An Awesome Story

    On a Tuesday afternoon in early November at Dover Middle School, dinosaurs roamed the auditorium. Meanwhile, Cinderella, Rapunzel and other characters tried to fix a broken time machine and make it...
  • NH state legislator Thomas Sherman talks to UNH students

    Combating the Crisis

    Four years ago, if you had asked Dr. Thomas Sherman, a practicing gastroenterologist and a representative in the New Hampshire Legislature, if he’d eventually have a part in fighting the opioid...
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