Health Sciences Matters is the Faculty of Health Sciences magazine for alumni and friends. It tells the story of who we are and gives our partners an opportunity to feel the same sense of pride that we do. If you have any questions or comments, please contact Jess Bechard.
The 2015 edition of Health Sciences Matters showcases how faculty, staff, students and alumni are impacting human health around the globe.
The 2013 edition of Health Sciences Matters profiles the people and programs that make FHS an international leader in teaching, research and outreach.
The 2012 issue of our magazine took a look at how members of the Faculty of Health Sciences were taking a leadership role, in their communities and around the globe.
The 2011 edition of Health Sciences Matters showcased how one of our student groups was making a difference in the lives of children in the London community.
In 2009, Health Sciences Matters told the story of Michael Yuhasz, one of Western's first Physical Education graduates, who became a professor and wore many hats during his time on campus.
The first issue of Health Sciences Matters profiled Paulette Bourgeois and how her degree in Occupational Therapy helped her create one of the most beloved series of children's books.