WVU School of Nursing student donating hygiene kits to elementary school
WVU senior nursing student Makailea Hidalgo wants to help elementary students understand hygiene is important to overall health, and to do that, she is creating hygiene kits for fifth graders at a local elementary school
WVU nursing students to host bone marrow drive
WVU School of Nursing Morgantown students are hosting a bone marrow drive Wednesday, March 20. Did you know: 1% of people in the registry are called to donate but most are only asked to donate blood products such as stem cells.
WVU School of Nursing faculty interviewed for loneliness study
WVU School of Nursing Faculty Dr. Laurie Theeke was recently interviewed for a West Virginia Public Broadcasting story on isolation and loneliness.
Female veterans needed for nurse-led research study
Nurse-led research study looking at the perspective of women Veterans receiving care from non-VA healthcare providers.
Donations of vitamins needed for health care team's medical trip to Honduras
Donations of vitamins are requested for a health team who is traveling to the remote areas of Honduras next April.
Kandzari Fund Sponsored Lecture:"Interprofessional lecture Conceptual and Methodological Issues in Outcomes and Effectiveness Research”
The WVU School of Nursing announces its Kandzari Fund Sponsored Lecture on November 8 featuring Ivo Abraham, PhD, RN, from the University of Arizona. Abraham is a a nurse by profession and an outcomes and effectiveness researcher by trade, a professor of pharmacy and medicine, and affiliated with the Center for Health Outcomes and PharmacoEconomic Research, the Arizona Cancer Center, and the Center for Applied Genomics and Genetic Medicine.
WVU School of Nursing advisor Julien Nguyen receives national advising award
West Virginia University School of Nursing advisor Julien Nguyen received the 2018 Outstanding Advising Award in the Academic Advising—Primary Role category from The National Academic Advising Association, the Global Community for Academic Advising.
Pape to lead communications efforts for WVU health promotion and wellness programs
Olivia Pape was recently selected to serve as communication specialist for West Virginia University’s health promotion and wellness programs, a system-wide initiative to coordinate and improve efforts in the areas of health and wellness.
Dual degree MSN/MBA informational webinar scheduled for Wednesday
Nurses who want to pursue leadership positions in various healthcare settings are invited to attend an informational webinar on Wednesday, April 18, for the WVU School of Nursing's dual MSN/MBA degree program.
Former Miss Colorado, nurse to speak at WVU
Former Miss Colorado Kelley Johnson made headlines for her powerful monologue in the 2016 Miss America pageant. Ms. Johnson, a registered nurse, will be presenting, “I’m More Than Just a Nurse” on Friday, July 14, 2017 from 4 to 5 p.m. at the Erickson Alumni Center in Morgantown, West Virginia.