ECU libraries get an upgrade – and a price cut

ECU students and faculty are about to have 5.5 million more papers to read. (Well, if they want to.) After an extensive evaluation period, Laupus and Joyner libraries have selected Scopus as our new cross-campus research database. The platform hosts 21,000 peer-reviewed journals, trade publications and book series; 5.5 million conference papers; and scholarly articles …

More

REACH program will transform medical school curriculum

The REACH (Redesigning Education and Accelerating Change in Healthcare) Initiative, at the Brody School of Medicine, is thrilled to welcome its inaugural class of the Teachers of Quality Academy professional development program. Health systems today need clinicians skilled in patient safety, quality improvement and systems-based practice. Additionally, this expertise must be developed in graduates who …

More

Department of Addictions & Rehabilitation Studies continues to aid military personnel and families

The College of Allied Health Science is adding a fourth certificate to the Department of Addictions and Rehabilitation Studies with the new certificate in military and trauma counseling (MTC) program. The program will prepare graduate students enrolled in counselor education programs to work effectively with the psychosocial and mental health needs of military personnel, veterans, …

More

Giving the gift of health in 2014

The new year often brings resolutions for better health. Losing weight or eating healthy foods may be No. 1 on many lists, but organ donation can be another way to make a difference. A four-person kidney transplant in Greenville has given two people hope in the new year and two more the satisfaction of knowing …

More