Deadline Feb. 1
Faculty members and a number of different healthcare providers could attend a certified tobacco treatment training at no cost.
Application deadline Saturday, February 1. Click to go directly to the online scholarship application form.
The linked flier has the scholarship information in addition to detailed information on the evidence-based strategies attendees will learn to assist their patients and clients interested in tobacco cessation.
The course is designed for medicine, dentistry, social work, pharmacy, nursing and public health professionals. Continuing education credit hours range from 4.8 to 29.3.
The latest edition of Under the Dome — Feb. 20, 2020 — provides an update on a number of high-profile bills and resolutions introduced and debated, including the University’s VSIP bill, WV Forward Initiatives, campus carry and higher education exemption bills.
Seven clinicians from West Virginia and Maryland gathered at the West Virginia University School of Dentistry Feb. 14 to begin training for a research project focusing on a new method to screen for malignant oral cancer.