Technology Advances Rural Health
- Rebecca Schmidt of West Virginia University to Lead the Renal Physicians Association. // Women in Academia Report;04/23/2013, p16
The article mentions that Rebecca J. Schmidt, professor and director of the section of nephrology at the West Virginia University School of Medicine, U.S. has been chosen president-elect of the Renal Physicians Association, a medical specialty association for physicians involved in kidney care.
- YOUR force. // Workforce;Dec2015, Vol. 94 Issue 12, p4
The article announces that West Virginia University (WVU)'s School of Medicine has won the general excellence award for its efforts to tackle Ebola virus and Ebola disease.
- Workforce Optimas AWARDS 25TH ANNIVERSARY. Sipek, Sarah // Workforce;Dec2015, Vol. 94 Issue 12, p22
The article reports announces 25th anniversary of periodical's Workforce Optimas Awards wherein Affordable Care Act presented a challenge for some employers; and mentions that the West Virginia University (WVU) School of Medicine is winner of the General Excellence award.
- Technology brings promise and challenge to rural health. // Nation's Health;Mar97, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p13
Reports on the specialty health care of Telemedicine to rural American hospitals and clinics. Conclusion of the federal survey regarding the technology; Findings of the two-year study on rural hospitals nationwide.
- SARS - Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome. Peng, Tzy c. // Chinese American Forum;Jul2003, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p2
Details information about severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS). SARS timeline for the last eight months preceding July 2003; Analysis on the factors that cause the aggravation of SARS; Presentation of a SARS advisory from a medical research by West Virginia University School of Medicine...
- Study: Mountaintop Mine Dust May Damage Blood Vessels. // State Journal (WV);10/12/2012, Vol. 28 Issue 40, p11
The article presents information on a study conducted by the researchers at the West Virginia University School of Medicine and School of PublicHealth, according to which, exposure to air pollution particles containing sulfur and silica from mountaintop mining sites may damage blood vessels and...
- ENERGY NEWS. // State Journal (WV);5/13/2011, Vol. 27 Issue 19, p11
The article reports on a study entitled "Health-Related Quality of Life Among Central Appalachian Residents in Mountaintop Mining Countries," by the West Virginia University School of Medicine, which found poorer health in Appalachian counties where coal is mined, particularly those with...
- West Virginia University Medical School Expands Use of Integrated Survey System Built on InterSystems CACHÃ‰ High-Performance Database. // Biomedical Market Newsletter;6/9/2011, p291
The article focuses on the expansion of West Virginia University Medical School for the use of Dynamic Clinical Systems (DCS) web-based Integrated Survey System(r) (ISS) built on InterSystems cachÃ© high-performance database to incorporate all orthopaedic sub-specialties. It states that the...
- WVU Law, Medical Partnership Recognized by National Organization. // State Journal (WV);4/25/2014, Vol. 30 Issue 17, p11
The article reports that the National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership (NCMLP) which is based at George Washington University and works for improving healthcare, has recognized a partnership between West Virginia University College of Law and its School of Medicine.