Health Education

Stivers helps launch health education initiative

Jul. 21—Senate President Robert Stivers (R-Manchester) was joined last Friday by Lieutenant Governor Jacqueline Coleman and several post-secondary education leaders to announce the Kentucky Healthcare Workforce Collaborative (KYHWC).

The $10 million initiative — part of House Bill 573 from the last legislative session — will provide direct grants to public colleges and universities that offer medical training programs in what are deemed “high-demand” areas, primarily in nursing and allied health professions.

KYHWC is funded through the State Fiscal Recovery Fund of the American Rescue Plan of 2021 to establish the initiative, which is administered by the Council on Postsecondary Education (CPE).

“As each state faces a health care worker shortage, the legislature has chosen to lead and be a model other states will seek to emulate,” Stivers said after the announcement. “The problem isn’t relative to Kentucky, nor is it something we can solve overnight, but with the funding authorized

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Mendi Powers Brain Health Education Training Game

What would we see if we peer under the door of the world? A chaotic and confusing landscape where stability is craved by most and experienced by few? The human experience offers the conundrum that with progress comes inevitable adjustment. Sometimes it seems like progress streaks across our lives, leaving a sense of unsettledness. Yet, those pieces of acquired knowledge that comfort our lives hold incredible value to our existence.

2007 brought our planet the iPhone.

Little did the populous know the deep-seated impact of this rectangle window to the world. A novelty at first and a necessity now – the iPhone has completely changed the wiring of the human experience allowing moment-by-moment chronicling of our lives. If this device we treasure could change our behaviors, habits, and patterns of

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WVU Health Education Expanded With Shaw Gift

MORGANTOWN, W. Va. – A more than $2 million gift to West Virginia University from a dedicated alumni couple is expanding education, health and well-being resources to aid student-athletes, medical students, Mountain State families and more.

Wheeling natives David and Dr. Jo Ann Goldbaugh Shaw has built a legacy of innovation, education and transformation at WVU through charitable giving. Their latest contribution benefits WVU Athletics, the WVU School of Medicinethe David and Jo Ann Shaw Center for Simulation Training and Education for Patient Safety (STEPS), and WVU Medicine Children’s.

“We are fortunate to contribute to WVU focusing on health, nutrition and the overall well-being of all athletes at the University,” the Shaws said. “We have been overwhelmed by the impact our medical scholarship and simulation support has had on health sciences students and the state and we can’t wait to see how WVU will use these new programs

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Kids’s Behavior At present (2)

Parenting is a journey full of the best mountains of joy, and the deepest valleys of sorrow. No two paths look similar, which makes this subject one of the crucial various out there. Typically speaking, though, when mother and father first welcome their little bundles of pleasure into their arms, they have numerous hopes and goals for them. The photographs could also be slightly completely different, however you will see themes that reflect a desire for excellence, intelligence, and productiveness. Mother and father need to see their child grow to do great issues.

In each case, the lawsuit was filed by individuals who wanted prayer taken out of the colleges. The choice? Prayer was banned from faculties. Kids are not taught morality – proper and fallacious – respect for life. They develop up not understanding God and goodness. The family will not be the intact unit that it as soon … Read more