To care for the spiritual, psychological, physiological, and social aspects of every patient that I treat. To do so free of judgment or prejudice all while cloaked with a cape of advocacy that drives us to ensure my patients’ needs and desires are met with open arms.
Being a Professor
I love working with students to help them understand difficult concepts. I have implemented part of my student response system research into my curricula. One of the first grants I received was to evaluate the use of student response systems (pooling) in the classroom and lab. I continue to use this technique to increase student engagement and sense of community. Mount Union is unique because of the personal and hands-on experiences. Students are not just a number; they’re a person and a future colleague.