Best places to study on Chilliwack campus

In the midst of exam season, scoping out the best study spot on campus is essential. If you’re going to spend the majority of your day turning pages and sipping coffee, you want to secure that cozy spot. Let Health Sciences put you at ease, leaving you more time to hit the books. The UFV […]


Health research shines at UFV Student Research Day

Asking questions, gathering and analysing data, and drawing conclusions gives students the skills to dig for answers, make connections to their learning, and be autonomous. Health Sciences students brought their learning to life on Thursday, April 5 at the annual Student Research Day event hosted by the Research, Engagement and Graduate Studies department. The event […]


Certified Dental Assistant students offer affordable services with spring preventive public clinic

Do you need a dental X-Ray? Is it that time of the year for fluoride treatment or teeth polishing? Don’t have extended medical coverage? Take part in UFV’s spring dental clinic. UFV’s Dental Clinic offers preventive dental care to clients age. Our Certified Dental Assistant students provide high quality, professional, preventive care at low cost.  […]


UFV research on aging wins a spot at 2018 Edge Film Festival

What do long-term-care residents and elementary-aged school children have in common? They are curious, benefit from social relationships, and can teach us that age does not matter. Canada’s population is aging rapidly, but many of us don’t spend much time thinking about older adults, and view them in stereotypical ways when we do. We live […]


Enhance your health with UFV Health and Wellness Expo

The annual health fair is back March 26, but this time renamed Health and Wellness Expo. This year, UFV Nursing students are teaming up with Dental students to deliver health-oriented information on display at a resource fair on Chilliwack campus. Topics will include: the Fentanyl Crisis; Binge Drinking; Early Cancer Screening; Sleep; Travel Health; Stress […]


Nursing students collaborate across boundaries in virtual simulation

As part of a larger research project on interprofessional skills for nursing education, Nursing faculty members Lee-Anne Stephen, Dawna Williams and Pam Causton from the University of the Fraser Valley School of Health Studies are testing out virtual software in the classroom. The purchase of the subscription to Clinispace software was supported by the UFV […]