In 2019, we will celebrate our 50th year with the opening of the new College of Health Professions. Bring all of our 11 units under one Roof - from five different buildings across two campuses - will enable our students and faculty to collaborate in ways that have not been previously possible.
This issue features a case study on spirituality with persons with dementia and/or lifelong disabilities. There are also editorials on Lewy Body Dementia and from the new Commissioner at the Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services; articles on Age Wave student scholars, museum programs for people with dementia, and our lifelong learning programs (both Road Scholar and the Lifelong Learning Institute).
Apr 14 - Apr 16
You’re invited to the VCU Department of Health Administration’s inaugural Alumni Weekend! Many of you will recall that last year we enlisted a local marketing and research firm to survey our alumni. We resoundingly heard that you would like to be more engaged with the Department. Over the course of the 3-day Alumni Weekend, you’ll have several opportunities to hear the latest in HAD faculty and alumni expertise and learn more about our vision for the future as we continue in our mission to develop leaders who will reimagine healthcare.
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Educating Occupational Therapists since 1942
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Virginia's only B.S. program specific to Radiography
One of the first programs in the U.S.
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