Dr. Kimberly Kelly, an Associate Professor in the School of Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Systems & Policy and a member of the WVU Cancer Institute Research Program, has been named an Associate Editor of the Journal of the American Pharmacists Association.
In this role, she will oversee the review of manuscripts (including those focusing on systematic reviews, health disparities, and mixed methods) and help to make decisions about which articles appear in the official peer-reviewed journal of the American Pharmacists Association.
The mindfulness team presents its latest round of virtual workshops to learn various experiential techniques and bring focused attention into the now moment to enjoy a calmer mental and emotional state.
As West Virginia University prepares to welcome students, faculty and staff back to campus, the University has updated its COVID-19 guidance for the Fall 2021 semester, including testing requirements.
Depression isn’t crying in the corner: Employees lean on eight strategies to disclose – or conceal – mental health at work
Employees who experience depression are tasked with the decision to disclose their mental health to others at work. For these employees, one West Virginia University researcher found that they utilize eight strategies on how to disclose (or conceal) this often-stigmatized social identity.