Michelle Frazelle receives NRSA funding
Michelle Frazelle, a doctoral student at the VCU School of Nursing, was recently awarded NIH funding for her NRSA (National Research Service Award) project entitled, “Healthcare-acquired Infection Risk and Toothbrush Contamination in the ICU.” Frazelle is one of many VCU nursing students to receive NRSA funding. Congratulations Michelle!
Many of our youth are living in jeopardy. VCU School of Nursing participated in the Salvation Army Boys and Girls Clubs Annual Leadership Youth Camp. One of the highlights was the youth participating in a customized “Jeopardy” game that focused on questions pertaining to health, nutrition, physical fitness, and African American history. Fun was had […]
Register today for the Student-Alumni Connector program
The MCV Alumni Association is partnering with the VCU School of Nursing to pair alumni and students The program encourages alumni from the School of Nursing and the St. Philip School of Nursing to serve in a nurturing role for second-year nursing students. About 35 students and alumni participated in the fall of 2009. Alumni […]
IRB Complexities: First-hand Updates
The Center of Excellence for Biobehavioral Approaches to Symptom Management presents: IRB Complexities: FIRST-HAND Updates Dr. Cindy Munro Wednesday, July 14th, 2010 room 1009, 12-1pm