Mental Health in the New Millennium
"Mental Health in the New Millennium" is the topic of a free presentation to be given Friday (Feb. 11) at West Virginia University at Parkersburg.
Patricia Amos of the Southern Consortium for Children of Southern Ohio will present the 7 p.m. lecture in the auditorium of the Caperton Center for Applied Technology.
A West Virginia native, she completed her basic nursing education at Parkersburg Community College, received a bachelorís and a masterís degree in nursing from WVU. Her nursing career has included practice in critical care, administration, education and research. Currently, she works at Woodland Centers in Gallipolis, Pomeroy and Jackson, Ohio for Integrated Nursing Services, an extension of the Southern Consortium for Children, in collaborative practice for the care of children with psychiatric disorders.
Her lecture is part of the "The New Millennnium: The Past As Prologue" series sponsored by WVU Parkersburgís chapter of Phi Theta Kappa. Additional information is available by contacting faculty advisor Paul Bibbee at the college.