Renovation to Starbucks in Ruby lobby begins June 7
The Starbucks in the lobby of J.W. Ruby Memorial Hospital will be undergoing a remodel starting Wednesday, June 7.
University community invited to Health Sciences event with leader of Office of National Drug Control Policy
WVU will host Dr. Rahul Gupta, the director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, on Thursday (June 8) at the WVU Health Sciences Center.
WVU researchers look at opioid use disorder treatment through eyes of patients
Patients would be more willing to enter medication-assisted treatment for opioid use disorder if existing stigmas were reduced and more accessible payment support was readily available, a West Virginia University study finds.
WVU School of Nursing ranks in top 100 best nursing schools for master’s degree by U.S. News and World Report
In a recently released ranking, U.S. News & World Report named WVU School of Nursing as one of the top 100 nursing schools in the nation for a nursing master’s degree.
WVU Nursing faculty nominated for Innovations in Professional Nursing Education Award
Dana Friend, a clinical assistant professor with the WVU School of Nursing, has been nominated for the Innovations in Professional Nursing Education Award with the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN).
HSCommunity: Excitement of Change
In this ever-evolving world, there is one constant – change. There are times that change is avoidable, and there are times that we seek it out. Think back on those times in your own life with mindfulness.
Beckley students represent WVU Nursing at recent CAMC Teddy Bear Fair
Beckley Campus students recently represented the WVU School of Nursing during the annual CAMC Women and Children’s Teddy Bear Fair.
WVU in the News: WVU hosts first ever School of Nursing day camp
It’s never too early for kids to get an idea of what they would like to do as a profession someday. On Friday, the WVU School of Nursing hosted a day camp for high school students interested in possibly pursuing nursing as a career.
Interprofessional experiences prepare WVU Health Sciences students to provide improved collaborative care
As West Virginia University Health Sciences students learn how to best serve their patients and communities, the Office of Interprofessional Education is providing unique opportunities for them to work together through hands-on learning experiences with an interdisciplinary approach.
Many WVU services will be inaccessible Sunday morning
Faculty, staff and students on all campuses will be unable to log into many important services requiring WVU Login credentials from 8 a.m.-noon Sunday (June 11) during quarterly security patching to the single sign-on system.