Domestic Violence misconceptions

Tackling Three Misconceptions of Domestic Violence

Opening our eyes to domestic violence and helping victims requires a deeper understanding – because reality is far more complicated than common conceptions. Domestic Violence fact: One in four women, and one in seven men, will be victims of domestic violence in the U.S. in their lifetime, according to the CDC . For women globally, the number is 35 percent . Understanding the complete…

Darryl Vincent, MSW

Alumni Spotlight: Darryl Vincent, MSW

Darryl Vincent is living proof of the power of integration. Working full-time as the then-Vice President of Programs at the U.S. Veterans Initiative while earning his MSW at UNE Online, Darryl applied his learnings in the workplace the moment he signed off from class. Now COO, Darryl credits his UNE Online teachers for the successful…

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Creating a Timeline with Timeline JS

Recently, I found myself testing different timeline creation tools to see how well they worked and how hard they were to work with. Technical challenge is an important consideration for course activities, as any difficulties I face in testing will be magnified by the number of registered students. Even small problems hinder scalability. In some…

Domestic Violence Infographic by UNE Online

How to End the Domestic Violence Cycle

Empathy and action are a powerful combination – Social Workers protect victims and children by intervening. How does the cycle of domestic violence start? How does it become so insidious that millions of victims stay in abusive relationships and homes? How do we make it stop? The Cycle of Violence was identified by psychologist Dr. Lenore Walker in…

Faculty Spotlight: Nan Solomons, Ph.D., Practicum Coordinator

Dr. Nan Solomons is the Practicum Coordinator for the Master of Science in Health Informatics program at UNE Online. We spoke with her this week to discuss the field of health informatics, and how she supports students through their Practicum process. How did you get interested in the field of Health Informatics? I got interested…

Faculty Spotlight: Megan Landry BSN, MHA-Informatics

Faculty Spotlight: Megan Landry, Health Informatics

Megan Landry, BSN, MHA, is the Program Manager for the Graduate Programs in Health Informatics at UNE Online. To start off, let’s define Health Informatics. What is Health Informatics? Program Manager Megan Landry, explains. Megan Landry, B.S.N., M.H.A.-Informatics directs the Health Informatics Programs at UNE Online. The early years of Megan’s career were spent in…

Michele Marshall, Master of Science in Health Informatics

Student Spotlight: Michele Marshall

Michele Marshall is a Master of Science in Health Informatics (MSIN) student originally from Casco, Maine. With a strong interest in healthcare and science, Michele spent twenty years working as a medical technologist. Michele currently balances working full-time as a microbiology software analyst for a medical technology company with family life and her studies. Deciding…

Three New Health Informatics Focus Areas

Announcing – NEW – Health Informatics Focus Areas

In celebration of National Health IT week, we are pleased to announce the creation of three NEW focus areas for our Master of Science in Health Informatics degree. You are now able to select one of the following areas as a specialization: Healthcare Leadership Health Data Analytics Training and Development These three focus areas complement our existing Master of Science in Health Informatics degree, making the degree even more…

Health IT Education and Career Growth

Health IT Education and Career Growth

By: Megan Landry, BSN, MHA – Informatics, Program Manager for Graduate Programs in Health Informatics at the University of New England Online As the Program Manager for the University of New England’s graduate programs in Health Informatics, I’ve had the opportunity to see first-hand the power of education in health informatics. As the field of health informatics grows, there is…

Every Student Succeeds – How New Legislation Affects Teachers

It is important as educators and leaders in the field to not only be aware of new legislation in education but to understand how new legislation will affect the day to day work of teachers and administrators. With a new administration in the White House and new Education Secretary Betsy DeVos now at the helm,…