UVA Doctor Uses Virtual Reality to Accelerate Availability of New Treatment
A UVA Health interventional radiologist has harnessed virtual reality to increase the availability of a less-invasive treatment option for thyroid patients.
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UVA Shines Light of Recognition on African American Nurses It Trained Decades Ago
African Americans educated as licensed practical nurses in a joint UVA-Burley High School program in the segregated 1950s and ’60s recently received the recognition – and UVA alumni status – that they deserve.
What Drives Us: Professorships
UVA Faculty discuss what drives them and why honoring the future matters.
Opening Doors for Students
Isabelle Gill’s relationship with medicine is personal. As a child, she loved anatomy and physiology, and she drew pictures of the human body and its intricate systems. Years later she witnessed the leukemia drug, Gleevec, save her stepfather’s life.
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End-of-Life, Palliative Care Conference Inspires, Informs
A full roster of topics - pain and symptom management, to grief, bereavement, and cultural competence - engaged and informed the nearly 100 RNs who attended 2019's ELNEC workshop at the School.
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