WVU School of Nursing faculty share their passion for healthcare during Purpose Week panel
Two West Virginia University School of Nursing faculty members shared their motivation and inspiration for becoming nurses during a Sept. 21 panel, “Working in Health and Wellness Careers,” as part of the inaugural Purpose Week.
Collaborative initiative aims to improve access to healthcare in Marion County through faith community nursing
Through a collaborative initiative between the West Virginia University School of Nursing and the Greater Fairmont Council of Churches, faith community nurses will be trained to provide access to healthcare in the areas that need it most.
Keyser Campus students participate in mental health-related escape room activity
During a Serotonin Syndrome Escape Room, Keyser Campus students in NSG 310 were able to put their skills to the test by using clues to assist a “patient” in the emergency department setting.
Beckley Campus sophomores learn head and neck assessment skills through interactive activity
Sophomores at the WVU School of Nursing Beckley Campus recently learned head and neck assessment skills through a fun and interactive activity.
Beckley Campus expanding clinical simulation opportunities for students
As the WVU School of Nursing Beckley Campus expands its use of simulation for students, faculty members are also expanding their training and knowledge of the equipment.
WVU School of Nursing collaborates with Japanese counterpart
Connecting students from different parts of the world, the West Virginia University School of Nursing’s collaboration with Hamamatsu Municipal Nursing College in Japan is providing opportunities for students from both schools to share their experiences.
WVU School of Nursing faculty member to be inducted into HSC Academy of Excellence in Teaching & Learning
Dr. Stacy Huber, clinical education associate professor with the West Virginia University School of Nursing, will be inducted into the Health Sciences Academy of Excellence in Teaching and Learning.
WVU in the News: WVU creating more opportunities for nurses
WDTV — WVU is continuing to expand their nursing program. WVU is creating a five-year plan state-wide to help address the nursing shortage across the state. WVU has expanded the program down to Beckley and also opened a new campus in Bridgeport in collaboration with UHC.
WVU in the News: WVU School of Nursing ranks in the top 100
WOAY interviewed Beckley Campus Chair Hillary Parcell and student Hannah Ramsey about the WVU School of Nursing being ranked by U.S. News & World Report as one of the top 100 undergraduate nursing programs in the nation.
Training opportunity available for faith leaders, nurses to improve health outcomes in Huntington area communities
Through a partnership with the West Virginia University School of Nursing, Pallottine Foundation of Huntington and the Cabell-Huntington Health Department, interested participants can enroll in the Foundations of Faith Community Nursing.