When the David and Jo Ann Shaw Center for Simulation Training and Education for Patient Safety was ‘just an idea and a blueprint,’ Tonya Gillum was one half of a two-person team preparing to introduce simulation education to students enrolled in West Virginia University Health Sciences academic programs.
Do you know an outstanding colleague, or have a faculty member on your team that you feel should be recognized? Please consider nominating them for induction into the Health Sciences Faculty Development Program Academy of Excellence.
The WVU School of Nursing is pleased to present its second edition of Vital Signs, a revamped annual nursing publication which highlights the school’s top stories, accolades and achievements throughout the year.
CED Ability Grand Rounds webinar for December 12, 2023.
The Chancellor’s Awards Committee is accepting nominations now through Jan. 26 for the 2023-24 academic year. The awards are an opportunity to honor and recognize employees at WVU Health Sciences.
As we move away from November and into December, the holiday season continues. This month we celebrate several religious holidays.
As the fall semester wraps up and students, faculty and staff leave campus for winter break, the campus community is reminded of resources they can access online.
WVU School of Medicine Professor Tim Nurkiewicz speaks to an Environmental Factor contributor about his use of combustion generators and rodent models to gain insight into the emissions' potential effects on veterans.
Join the Mindfulness Team to explore tips on transitioning to a different season with grace and ease. The practices shared will encourage a sense of grounding and warmth as the weather changes, as well as help you cultivate resiliency to bounce back quickly from stressors that may arise during the holiday.
The WVU School of Nursing will soon offer its students an opportunity to study abroad for a full semester in Cyprus, where they can experience a new culture and learn about healthcare in another country.