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S.A.R.A. holds Service Campaign Raffle

The Student Addictions and Rehabilitation Association will present the 1st Annual Spring Service Campaign Raffle with the drawing taking place on May 1, 2014. All donations will benefit our community members who utilize the Navigate Counseling Clinic and the Pregnancy and Recovery Clinic. Read more here.





 
HealthBeat_80 HSIM Awarded BB&T Leadership Enhancement Grant

The Department of Health Services and Information Management was awarded a BB&T Leadership Enhancement Grant funded by the
 East Carolina University BB&T Center for Leadership for the third consecutive year. Through the $10,000 grant, HSIM will conduct a project entitled “Making Connections Between Leadership Theory and Practice: Student Reflection on Interviews with Health Care Leaders”. Read more about this project and the grant on the ECU Health Blog here.
 

OT to sponsor "Novel Approaches in Occupational Therapy Practice" symposium

The Department of Occupational Therapy will sponsor the annual symposium entitled "Novel Approaches in Occupational Therapy Practice" Thursday, May 1 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the East Carolina Heart Institute. The symposium provides an opportunity for occupational therapy practitioners, students, consumers of occupational therapy services, and other human service providers to gather ideas and information on current and future practice trends and professional issues in occupational therapy.  Graduate occupational therapy students are given the opportunity to present the results of their graduate research and innovative service delivery projects. Click here for more information.


 
SpeechEasy People with Parkinson's disease now have a tool to help them communicate more fluently. 

Janus Development Group Inc. is marketing and distributing the SpeechEasy anti-stuttering device, developed at East Carolina University, to people with the neurological disease to assist them with speech. Parkinson's disease is a progressive disease which affects men and women, but more typically men. Among the signs of Parkinson's are decreased speech volume, repetitive speech and an overall decrease in speech intelligibility. Read more of this article by ECU News Services writer Doug Boyd by clicking here.
 
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