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Kinesiology researchers hope to identify the optimal dose of physical activity after surgery to reduce early-onset osteoarthritis.

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UVA students studying to become school counselors are learning how to translate research into practitioner-focused briefs, building their own skills and benefiting counselors already in schools.

A mindfulness-based professional learning program co-created by UVA professor Tish Jennings has been shown to improve teacher well-being and student outcomes.

The Education Specialist degree will prepare students to serve as certified school psychologists, helping to fill a critical shortage of these roles in Virginia and throughout the United States.

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After taking an introduction to audiology course, Kellyanne fell in love with the data-driven analysis and the people focus of audiology. Being able to help people like her mom, who developed late-onset hearing loss, was a bonus.

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Concussion researcher Jacob Resch is encouraging adults to help create a culture where young athletes can be honest about their injuries.

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Youth mental health needs have skyrocketed. The Youth Mental Health Leadership emphasis in UVA’s Counselor Education program is graduating counselors who are prepared to lead the response.

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As a speech-language pathologist, Alex Michonski treats a wide range of disorders and works with patients of all ages. The academic preparation and hands-on clinical training she received at UVA gave her the skills and confidence she uses every day to make a difference in her community.

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UVA professor’s research in Ukraine sheds light on strategies to address mental health needs during an ongoing humanitarian crisis. 

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Seeing how exercise as medicine helped treat a close family member with cardiovascular disease inspired Jeison to pursue a career in medicine. An M.Ed. in Kinesiology with a concentration in Exercise Physiology gave him the knowledge and experience he needed to prepare him for medical school.

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