The Greenville Health Authority board (GHA) has awarded Clemson University a total of $2.66 million for diabetes prevention efforts and scholarships to increase diversity in the nurse practitioner workforce.
Patients at risk of infections from surgical devices, newborns experiencing opioid withdrawal and people with Parkinson’s Disease stand to benefit from research stemming from Clemson University’s newest named professorships.
Sharp brings her statistical expertise to GHS departments, such as obstetrics and gynecology, anesthesiology, and pediatrics. Within these departments, she will assist in aggregating and analyzing collected data, in order to help examine patient outcomes after treatment.
Kathleen Valentine, dean of nursing at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, has been named director and associate dean of Clemson University’s School of Nursing and chief nursing academic officer of Greenville Health System.
Faculty-led teams in partnership with Greenville Health System are tackling some of the greatest health challenges facing the state and nation, such as childhood obesity, prenatal care, vascular care, treatment of orthopaedic injuries, helping soldiers transition to civilian life, infirmities related to aging and health disparities.
A team representing a collaboration between the Greenville Health System and Clemson University will hold a mental health conference May 6 and 7 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Greenville.
Faculty from the Clemson University Department of Public Health Sciences are collaborating with Greenville Health System (GHS) and Clemson Extension to provide learning opportunities for four students in health promotion and behavior studies. The collaborative project will allow students to work with people with chronic health conditions and socioecological challenges where they “live, work, pray […]
The Clemson University public health sciences department has teamed with local vendor Vidistar to introduce a cloud-based reviewing and reporting system that has significantly enhanced its Cardiovascular Imaging Leadership (CVT) program and changed the way it is delivered. This system gives students greater access to their imaging work and a more thorough grounding in the reporting aspect of imaging technology.
Clemson University public health sciences faculty member Sarah Griffin has been named a Greenville Health System (GHS) Faculty Fellow. She will help lead GHS-Clemson research in childhood obesity and pediatric population health management.
A bioengineer who is working to grow new arteries in a lab and an industrial engineer who is developing a health care app are the first winners of two new awards that strengthen ties between Clemson University and Greenville Health System (GHS).
Clemson University is working with community partners to craft outreach programs aimed at helping South Carolinians improve their health.
Clemson University researchers are teaming with Greenville Health System (GHS) doctors and Upstate Warrior Solution and Veterans Administration professionals to advance an innovative collaboration to bring peace and stability to the lives of combat veterans.
Helping military members transition to civilian life will be the focus of an upcoming conference sponsored by Clemson University, the Department of Veterans Affairs, Upstate Warrior Solution and Greenville Health System.
Clemson University has engaged the next step in its transformative research partnership with Greenville Health System with the appointment of its inaugural GHS Faculty Fellows.
Genevieve Hammett, a student in the Cardiovascular Imaging Leadership program at Clemson University, received the Alan D. Waggoner Sonographer Student Scholarship Award from the American Society of Echocardiography. The award is given to sonographer students, nominated by their program director, in accredited programs who exhibit a passion for the discipline of echocardiography and demonstrate leadership […]