New Student – Services and Information

Welcome to the School of Health Professions. Whether you are starting your educational journey, continuing your education, or switching careers, we are here to help. Before you get started there are a few items to complete, including the SHP Orientation and Welcome Session (in-person or online).

Welcome to SHP!  Each SHP academic program has their own specific orientation which you may have already received information for or will receive information in the future directly from your programs. To get started with SHP’s New Student Online Orientation, click on Get Started button, read the welcome message from Dean Mahon, then select your Program from the top. This will produce your requirements list for the orientation as decided by your program. “Other Information” is provided to help you navigate the resources offered at SHP.

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Due to the recent events with the Pandemic, this year all students will complete the Online Welcome Session as the In-Person session has been canceled. Please click on the Online Welcome Session tab for more information.

The Online Welcome Session is available in Canvas at canvas.rutgers.edu. This module includes several video presentations advising students about the services and resources available to you as an all SHP student.

After you have successfully set up your new Rutgers SHP email account, you may log into your Canvas account.

Self-enroll in the Online Welcome Session here.

Once you are enrolled, complete the course requirements (including watching the videos).  When you are able to view your completion certificate at the end, an email will be sent to Student Affairs confirming you have completed the module and you will be marked as compliant.

Please email osa@shp.rutgers.edu with any questions regarding the training.

Healthstream Trainings Update

The Rutgers University Ethics and Compliance Department has advised that their office is currently coordinating a new training system to replace the current Healthstream Training system that our SHP students utilize to complete their required HIPPA training and Rutgers University General Ethics & Compliance modules. The latest update (provided 8-17-20) stated that their office is aware of the importance of these trainings to both our new students, as well as our continuing students and they hope to have a solution in place as soon as possible, as the 2021-2022 trainings are not currently available.

For students in immediate need of completing their training for clinical purposes, click on the link below to register and attend an online seminar that will present the training material on August 23rd at 11:00 pm. Students must stay on the webinar for the full hour to earn full credit for the training.  Students who attend the webinar and stayed for the one-hour training should then email osa@shp.rutgers.edu. Our Student Affairs office will then confirm your attendance with the Office of Compliance and mark you as compliant with these trainings.

Online Seminar Registration – August 23rd HIPAA Training Session: August 23rd, 11 am-12 pm

Any specific questions regarding these training, please contact ethics@uec.rutgers.edu.

All new students are required to complete the SHP Academic Integrity training module before the first day of their first semester (please note specific programs may have earlier deadlines which must be followed).

To self enroll in the Canvas module, please click here.

Please note that once you have completed the course requirements and are able to view your completion certificate, you have completed the module. An email will be sent to the Office of Student Affairs and you will be marked as compliant within one to two business days. Failure to complete these required trainings may lead to a Student Affairs hold being placed on student accounts, affecting upcoming registration.

Please email osa@shp.rutgers.edu  if you you have questions.

At Rutgers University – RBHS School of Health Professions, we pride ourselves on providing an enlightening college experience, which demands a safe and healthy student environment.  To that end, we are requiring that you view Not Anymore, an online interpersonal violence prevention program from Student Success™. This video-based program will provide critical information about Consent, Bystander Intervention, Sexual Assault, Dating and Domestic Violence, Stalking, and much more. Not Anymore will help you better understand how vitally important these issues are and what you can do to help make your campus safer.

Program Instructions

The “Not Anymore” online training module will become available approximately one week after the beginning of your first semester. New students will be sent notification emails to your Rutgers SHP email accounts once the training is available for your admission class. Students are then required to complete the training program two to three weeks after being notified while earning at least 80 percent on the program.

Accessing the Training

Step 1:  Log on to Not Anymore at: https://studentsuccess.org/CODE/rbhs

Step 2:  Enter your access code: RSHP

Step 3: You will be taken to the Not Anymore Account Setup Page.  Follow the instructions provided.   Remember the email and password you enter, as they will allow you to leave and re-enter the program.

If at any time you have general questions or concerns regarding the program requirements, please contact your school’s training coordinator, Susan Hamilton, at susan.hamilton@rutgers.edu. If you have any technical difficulties with the program, please contact Student Success™ through the program HELP button or at support@studentsuccess.org.

For the SHP Honor Code, click here.

As espoused in the Faculty/Student Honor Code of SHP, it is essential for all faculty and students to observe high standards of honesty and integrity in all aspects of education, practice and research.

All faculty and students should be familiar with our Honor Code and embrace its principles in theory and practice. Abiding to these standards is the hallmark of a true professional.

Integrity at SHP

We invite all programs to share activities they use to incorporate the Honor Code into the development of their students. Some examples are listed below.

PA Class of 2013

Student signing the honor code

SHP Physician Assistant Class of 2013 “Integrity Pledge Ceremony”

Each year, the PA program’s incoming classes participate in group discussions, hold small group sessions and discuss hypothetical scenarios related to academic integrity. When the sessions are concluded, the students all return to a central location where they are asked to sign a blown-up poster version of the PA program honor code.

The signed “poster” and picture are then framed and hung in a prominent location near the student mailboxes where it can be readily seen as a reminder of their pledge to help maintain an environment of strict academic integrity and to uphold the Rutgers/SHP honor code at all times.

…. The Act Of Representing Another’s Work, Thoughts And Ideas As Your Own.

Plagiarism may be intentional or unintentional.

Regardless, it is still considered a type of fraud as well as cheating. Citing facts or knowledge that everyone knows is not considered plagiarism. (e.g., “North America is a continent”).

Plagiarism is:

  • Copying and pasting from journals, websites and electronic documents without a citation.
  • Using the exact words from a document or oral presentation without a citation.
  • Paraphrasing someone else’s thoughts or ideas without a citation.
  • Using a chart or graph without permission from the author AND a citation.
avoiding Plagiarism
Generally plagiarism can be avoided by simply citing the source of your information, and using quotation marks when you copy text exactly as presented.

Read publication manuals like the Modern Language Association, the Chicago Manual of Style or the American Psychological Association for proper citation methods.

The School of Health Professions has a detailed policy on plagiarism.

For more detailed information and examples on plagiarism, follow the links below.

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