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Dr. Jack Barber, director of the Virginia Commissioner of the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services (DBHDS), will keynote the “Working Together to Address Substance Abuse Issues” conference at the Roanoke Higher Education Center April 28.
Like spring flowers, hundreds of presentations popped up across campus the week of April 17 during Radford University's Student Engagement Forum.
The Waldron College of Health and Human Services (WCHHS) community hosted its fourth annual Interprofessional Symposium and Expo (IPS&E) on April 11 in Heth Hall.
One Care of Southwest Virginia, will host a REVIVE! intranasal naloxone training session on Saturday, April 1 at 10 a.m. in Radford University’s Bonnie Auditorium. The session is free and open to the public.
The Waldron College of Health and Human Services (WCHHS) community will gather for its fourth annual Interprofessional Symposium and Expo (IPS&E) on April 11 in Heth Hall.
Juwell McClendon, a Radford University Master of Social Work candidate, has been named to the 2017 class of Veterans of Foreign Wars–Student Veteran Association (VFW-SVA) Legislative Fellows.
For the fifth consecutive year, Radford’s SON graduates surpassed the national average pass rate by first-time test takers of the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX).
Radford social work professor shares insight into school shootings with Virginia juvenile justice professionals »
Philip Mongan, assistant professor of social work, shared his extensive research into the phenomena of mass school shootings with regional professionals in Portsmouth at the 2016 Virginia Juvenile Justice Association (VJJA) annual meeting.
School of Nursing Professor Lisa Onega is exploring whether exposure to bright light that mimics the sun's light can relieve those who suffer with dementia from symptoms like depression and agitation. She will speak about the research on the With Good Reason public radio program.