WVU Public Health undergraduate student Brittany Smith has been selected to present her research at a national conference later this year. Smith will present "Intimate Partner Relationships and Substance Use Behaviors" at the American Public Health Association's annual meeting and expo in Philadelphia in November.
The Delta Omega Honorary Society in Public Health sponsors an annual Student Poster Session through the ASPPH sponsored Academic and Practice Linkages in Public Health Caucus (APLPHC) (formerly the Academic Public Health Caucus) during the American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting and Exposition each year.
The poster sessions showcase the excellent scholarship and research of students nominated by local chapters of Delta Omega from CEPH-accredited Schools and Programs of Public Health. This opportunity was created by Delta Omega to encourage and recognize the public health leaders of tomorrow.
An initiative to combat the rise of hepatitis C infections has launched in West Virginia. A five-year program called HepConnect launched Wednesday at West Virginia University. Several experts convened including Clay Marsh, M.D., WVU Health Sciences vice president and executive dean as a keynote speaker.
WVU's Office of Health Services Research partnering with Cancer Institute on cervical cancer prevention project
The WVU School of Public Health's Office of Health Services Research is partnering with Stephenie Kennedy-Rea, Ed.D., and the WVU Cancer Institute in a new, five-year effort funded by the National Cancer Institute to reduce health disparities in cervical cancer in Appalachia.
For WVU School of Public Health student Brittany Smith, Italy offers much more than stunning architecture, historic art and delicious cuisine. Last month, it was a place for her to share her passions with a global audience.