To marry her loves for medicine and storytelling, Christina Liu ’21 decided to earn an MS in Health Communication along the path to medical school
Kamilah Howard ’16 relies on her MS in Health Communication every day as the senior manager of advocacy communications for the American Academy of Dermatology Association.
With her degree, Julia Weigle ’20 hopes to motivate patients so they become more involved with their own healthcare and achieve better outcomes.
EPICS Associate Director Kimberley Cornwell is the organizer behind the MS in Health Communication’s Proseminar course and a coach who encourages students as they pursue new career opportunities.
Get to know Dr. David Liss, who teaches a student-favorite course, The US Healthcare System for the MS Health Communication program. Here he reflects about teaching virtually in 2020 and what opportunities there are to grow from in healthcare in 2021.
After working for the Obama campaign twice, Gina Gay ’19 fell in love with healthcare and decided to pursue a degree to help her manage and lead change.
After Amador Rosales ’20 realized he didn’t need to be a doctor to make an impact in healthcare, he decided to earn his MS in Health Communication.
After earning her MS in Health Communication from Northwestern, Kayee Ip ’16 now helps healthcare professionals develop their own communication and presentation skills.
When Andrea Clark ’18 noticed communication gaps in healthcare work, she wondered: How could she do better?
Bobbi Hummel ’18 uses her MS in Health Communication degree to make sure Medicare and Medicaid members get the care they need.