Pauline C. Hamel, EdT, PT
Affiliate Faculty, Department of Health Sciences
Office: 316 RB
Dr. Pauline C. Hamel is an Associate Clinical Professor at Northeastern University’s Bouvé College of Health Sciences where she has been a member of the leadership team in both the Health Sciences and Physical Therapy Departments over 25 years and has taught courses including communications for the health professions, the American healthcare system, healthcare management, professional development, and more recently created, developed and currently teaches a Dialogue of Civilizations in comparative healthcare systems and global health communications in London. She previously served as Director of Clinical Education in NU’s Physical Therapy Department and taught at Boston University’s DPT program and Metropolitan College (online Health Communication program). An educator, mentor, consultant, clinician (physical therapist), health care administrator and public health leader, she received her doctorate from Boston University in Administration, Training and Policy and serves on the statewide Board of Directors of Easter Seals Massachusetts. As former director of Mass in Motion New Bedford, MA, she was project coordinator of the CDC-funded Mass in Motion Kids research demonstration project (CORD) in collaboration with MA Department of Public Health, Harvard School of Public Health and the National Initiative for Children’s Healthcare Quality. Dr. Hamel has mentored hundreds of college students and young professionals over the years. Her current interests include health communications, global health, innovation in inter-professional and experiential education, healthy aging and curriculum design.
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