NSU HPD Catalog 2021-2022

NSU Health Professions Division 19 • I.D.E.A. Labs − r ecording studio: This digital production room/studio is available for video recording and editing; cameras and other production equipment can be checked out of the library. − remote 3-D printing and scanning: These services are available for students involved in curricular and faculty projects. The following additional resources are at the circulation desk (limited checkout times): • medical/anatomy apps for checkout on personal Apple devices • print editions of required textbooks on reserve (for in-library use) For more information, please call (813) 574-5240. See the University Libraries section of the NSU Student Handbook for information about NSU’s Alvin Sherman Library, Research, and Information Technology Center. Visit nova.edu/ student-handbook for more information. NSU Health The NSU Health health care centers serve an important function and are an integral part of the training programs. They provide a vital community function by bringing health care service to areas whose medical needs traditionally have gone unmet. The Division of Clinical Operations oversees the administration and oversight of the university’s health care centers in MiamiDade and Broward counties. The centers offer health care services to the community, some not available elsewhere, and community outreach programs in the form of free health care education and assessment for vision, medical, speech, behavioral health, physical and occupational therapy, and dental services. Specific information about the clinics and services available to enrolled students are included on the NSU Health website at clinics.nova.edu. Center for Student Counseling andWell-Being The NSU Center for Student Counseling andWell-Being (CSCW) offers student counseling services to the student body of Nova Southeastern University (NSU) to help students maximize their best self academically, personally, and professionally. NSU’s clinical partner is Henderson Behavioral Health, a leader in behavioral health care that provides comprehensive, recovery-focused services and is accredited at the highest level for student counseling services by the Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). Services provided at the CSCW range from stress management and coping strategies to psychiatric assessment and crisis intervention. The center provides the student with an assessment, counseling, consultation, psychiatric services, wellness and recovery education, and, when needed, case management services and linkage or referral. In addition, the Center for Student Counseling and Well-Being provides various outreach programs and support groups on such topics as stress management, transitions to college and grad school, and coping with oneself and others. Individual, couples, family, and group counseling that utilizes a brief therapy model is provided in a welcoming office environment. The option for telehealth services is also an available when appropriate. Services are scheduled based upon the identified needs and service options chosen by the student. The counselor’s goal is to build upon the student’s current skill sets for positive behavioral change. Services are provided by licensed counselors, a licensed psychologist, and a licensed psychiatrist. Students enrolled full- or part-time are eligible for 10 counseling sessions per academic year at no cost. Psychiatric services are available and are covered by many commercial insurance plans, or for a nominal fee. Daily appointments are available for new students. Students can register at: nova.edu/studentcounseling.