Richmond, Va.
Monday, Dec. 22, 2014
Nursing student Lia Cullen takes pharmacy student Jaeau Obcemea's blood pressure during an Inter Health Professionals Alliance outreach event at the Kroger on Lombardy Street.

Teaching teamwork

When 79-year-old Floyd Roselli started falling a few times a week, a team of health profession students from VCU knew they needed to intervene fast.

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In the spotlight

Aradhana "Bela" Sood, M.D., a professor in the Department of Psychiatry in the VCU School of Medicine, is an editor of "The Virginia Tech Massacre: Strategies and Challenges for Improving Mental Health Policy on Campus and Beyond," a book intended to identify gaps in mental health services and to offer recommendations for improving the system.

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Brighter futures

December played host to several special events, all marking major milestones in VCU Medical Center’s continued commitment to advancing children’s health in the region.

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Season’s readings

The holiday break offers an ideal time to catch up on some reading while recharging your batteries for the new year.


VCU grad crowned Miss Maryland USA

Mamé Adjei, who graduated from VCU in May, has been crowned Miss Maryland USA and will compete in the Miss USA pageant in summer 2015.