The Student Association of Public Health (SAPH) is hosting a WVU School of Public Health swag fundraiser.
Drs. Clay Marsh and Patrice Harris host virtual roundtable ahead of Nov. 28 world premiere of “Vienna,” a new, critically acclaimed play which depicts the fraught relationship between Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung and highlights their different approaches to psychotherapy and treatment of behavioral and mental health disorders.
The BeWell team is offering a series of helpful tips for mental health and wellbeing called "Try This Tuesday." This week, Seth Haxel discusses surviving breaks and offers some strategies for those who may be anticipating a troublesome visit at home.
In this week's edition of the Covid Q&A, Bloomberg writer Kristen Brown looks at how to have a safe holiday with a few Thanksgiving-themed questions from around the newsroom. Professor Chris Martin weighs in on a question about rapid testing:
WVU coronavirus (COVID-19) news for Nov. 22, 2021.
In recognition of World Aids Day on Wednesday, Dec. 1, West Virginia University Student Health will be offering free Hepatitis C and HIV tests at Student Health Services in the Health and Education building at 390 Birch Street.
While most people go years without needing the smoke detectors in their homes, they would never choose to get rid of a device that saves lives and prevents injury in the event of an emergency. But that’s often what happens to public health systems across the country.
WVU coronavirus (COVID-19) news for Nov. 20, 2021.
WVU coronavirus (COVID-19) news for Nov. 19, 2021.
All faculty are invited to attend the WVU Health Sciences Center Faculty Development Program presentation "Tips and Tricks for Successful Open Access Publishing" on Thursday, Dec. 9, 2021, noon to 1 p.m.