Faculty Member Teaches Nurses About Dangers Posed by Common Pests

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Mosquitos, spiders and ticks may seem like everyday nuisances. But South University, Columbia faculty member Robert Wolff, Ph.D., recently taught a group of nurses that those common pests can cause major health issues.

Wolff presented a workshop entitled, “A to Z, Arthropods to Zika: A Look at the Threats from Mosquitos, Spiders and Ticks” during the South Carolina Nurses Association State Convention and 23rd Annual APRN Fall Pharmacology Conference.

Wolff has already accepted an invitation to present the same information during a workshop at the next annual conference.

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