The University of Virginia is participating in a national study assessing infection, viral shedding and transmission risks among college students who receive the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.
Dr. Nicole Ruzek, a clinical psychologist at the Student Health and Wellness Center, talked with UVA Today about the pandemic, recognizing and understanding signs you may be suffering from pandemic fatigue, and ways to stay the course these next months, when the United States will have vaccinations for every adult in the country.
Every student’s experience of the University of Virginia is unique. For some, accessibility and inclusion are key components, as opportunities across Grounds are not one-size-fits-all. For many students, this is when the Student Disability Access Center comes in.
Multidisciplinary care—it’s a common buzzword in the health care world, but what does it mean in the context of well-being and health for students at the University of Virginia? To put it simply, it’s about the right connections at the right time for the student we are serving at that moment.
A new COVID-19 call center represents one of the ways Student Health and Wellness continues to tailor its services to respond to shifting demands during the pandemic.
While we do not yet have a vaccine for COVID-19, safe, effective and long-established vaccines are available for the flu, which sickens millions of Americans each year. Dr. Jessica Simmons, director of medical services at Student Health and Wellness, discusses the need for widespread flu vaccination during this period.