As the end of the fall semester approaches, which can be a stressful time, becoming overwhelmed can take a toll on your mental and physical health. There are some upcoming opportunities for the Health Sciences community to connect during this busy season and to take time to relax and recharge with fellow students, faculty and staff.
Christina Brash, a WVU School of Nursing alum, has recently been named Fayette County’s favorite physician by the Fayette Tribune’s annual Best of the Best edition.
See this week's edition of the Pulse, the WVU School of Nursing's internal e-newsletter.
Project REACH (Rural Education Alliance for Community Health) and the Rural Health Interest Group of the WVU Institute for Community and Rural Health are hosting a holiday drive through Dec. 8 to benefit the Preston County food bank and Wellspring of Greenbrier.
An American Red Cross blood drive will be held Friday, Dec. 8, from 12 p.m. – 6 p.m. at WVU Medicine J.W. Ruby Memorial Hospital Bruce McClymonds Conference Room A for WVU employees and students.
Winter weather can create many hazards that affect our personal health and safety. The WVU and WVU Medicine facilities teams work hard to ensure the roads, parking lots, sidewalks and other paths of travel are safe, but it takes effort and attention from all of us to ensure our personal safety.
The West Virginia Regional Partner of the MidAtlantic AIDS Education and Training Center will host a World AIDS Day virtual session titled “Discussion of World AIDS Day 35: Let Communities Lead” on Dec. 1 from 10-11 a.m.
Students and administrators at WVU Medicine United Hospital Center say the new nursing program is off to a strong beginning. The fast-track nursing program debuted in January as part of a brand new part of the Bridgeport UHC campus that includes classrooms, conference rooms and a skills lab.
Recent WVU successes — in Morgantown and beyond — were highlighted during the Nov. 17 meeting of the University's Board of Governors.
As the campus community begins traveling for the holidays and fall break, WVU Student Health Services is providing reminders for students, faculty and staff to keep themselves and their loved ones healthy as they gather for celebrations.