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Neonatal collaboration promotes statewide care

The University Health System recently announced a partnership with Fauquier Health hospital that allows neonatologists about an hour and a half north of Charlottesville in Fauquier to communicate with doctors at the University using live video streaming. University doctors could then consult the Fauquier Health doctors regarding how to best provide care to newborns in need.

Tech to "watch" out for

If you spend any time watching television, chances are you’ve seen the new Samsung Galaxy Gear commercial at least a hundred times — the montage of movie and TV show clips of spies, robots and futuristic personalities talking into devices on their wrists.

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The removal of statues and the renaming of buildings are not detailed policy shifts that will effectively end the history of racism at the University.
The Board of Visitors approved resolutions to remove the George Rogers Clark statue, contextualize the statue of Thomas Jefferson in front of the Rotunda, rededicate or remove the Whispering Wall, rename the Curry School and rename Withers-Brown Hall.
CAPS, the primary mental health clinic for University students, has integrated telehealth into their counseling services where students can speak with licensed counselors through WebEx.
I’ve witnessed other students struggle to get medical withdrawal or accommodations for physical and mental health events, sometimes unsuccessfully.
Durante las últimas dos o tres semanas, hubo un aumento gradual en nuevas solicitudes de servicios a medida que los estudiantes buscan apoyo.
For the past two to three weeks, there has been a gradual increase in new requests for services as many students seek support,
The event was held Thursday in Shannon House.
While U.Va. does have resources intended to serve students who both need and are seeking aid, reform is needed in order to better serve these members of our community.
Johnson filed a suit against Virginia's Alcoholic Beverage Control in March 2015 for assault, battery and negligent supervision.

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