Paid internship opportunity for WVU Nurse Practitioner, DNP students
The WVU Medicine Center of Excellence for Addiction and Department of Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry are offering paid internships to students who are enrolled in a Nurse Practitioner program in the WVU School of Nursing.
WV Higher Education Policy Commission offering Healthcare Workforce Planning Fellowship
The West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission is offering a Healthcare Workforce Planning Fellowship.
WVU School of Nursing photo featured in AACN Nurses Week videos
The American Association of Colleges of Nursing videos highlight all the work nursing schools, like the WVU School of Nursing, have accomplished throughout the year during the pandemic.
Too much, too little or just right: WVU researchers study proper ‘dosing’ of telehealth
More than ever, patients are using telehealth to ask doctors and nurses about worrying blood-pressure readings, nauseating migraines and stubborn foot ulcers. But for patients with chronic conditions, how frequent should telehealth appointments be? Can that frequency change? Under what conditions?
WVU provides a look forward for fall 2021 semester
West Virginia University’s fall 2021 semester begins on Wednesday, Aug. 18. While many public health guidelines will remain in effect, there is much hope that we can return to a vibrant campus environment.
Medication disposal available 24/7
Medication disposal is available 24/7 in the WVU Police Department lobby.
WVU School of Nursing offering four-week, online Advanced Spiritual Care Course
Online spiritual care course scheduled for May 3-28.
National Drug Take Back Day
The Office of Health Promotion and Wellness and University Police Department will host National Drug Take Back Day on April 24. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the community is invited to stop by the Coliseum Blue Gate entrance to safely dispose of unwanted medications.
Pediatric ICU stay can be scary, lonely experience—for parents
A new study led by Brad Phillips—a researcher with the West Virginia University School of Nursing—suggests that being young, being single, having a low income and having limited post-secondary education may make parents more likely to feel lonely or perceive a lack of emotional support when their children are in the PICU.
WVU in the News: Country in-roads: Building vaccine confidence in rural America
EPIDEMIC is a weekly podcast series on the science, public health and social impact of the coronavirus pandemic. The series helps listeners understand the latest science and the bigger context, bringing diverse angles—from history to politics to virology—depth and texture. Hear from some of the world’s leading infectious disease, public health and other experts.