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Pinto receives national research award

Pinto receives national research award

Associate dean known for developing exercise programs for cancer patients honored.

Big Data to the Rescue

Big Data to the Rescue

UofSC researchers crunch data -- lots of it -- to tackle real-world problems.

Human interaction

Human interaction

The College of Nursing enhances its simulation lab by using actors.

S.C. legislature expands scope for advanced practice nurses

S.C. legislature expands scope for advanced practice nurses

Access to quality health care may be expanded for low-income and rural patients because of a new law effective July 1.

A Better End

A Better End

Dr. Cheryl Mele adds expertise in pediatric pain management and palliative care.

Music's healing power

Music's healing power

Sarah Louise Faulkner combined her love of song with her goal to become a nurse.

Charting a new course for health

Charting a new course for health

Dr. Tena McKinney is transforming mental health care delivery in SC through telehealth program.

College recognizes donors, students, award winners

College recognizes donors, students, award winners

The College of Nursing recognized scholarship donors, recipients and philanthropy award winners at the Scholar Donor Recognition and Awards Presentation event on April 27.

Mission of Caring

Mission of Caring

Nursing students treat patients on a medical mission trip to Nicaragua.

Alumni kick-off the new CON Alumni Council

Alumni kick-off the new CON Alumni Council

The new CON Alumni Council held their kick-off meeting on April 3. This was the first meeting of the council, during which leaders were elected and goals for the coming term were discussed.

Nursing graduate program cracks the national top 40

Nursing graduate program cracks the national top 40

The College of Nursing graduate program jumped 13 spots to No. 39 nationally in the 2019 U.S. News & World Report rankings.

The power of prevention

The power of prevention

PhD student, Chigozie Nkwonta, researches educational public health interventions in Nigeria.

Fighting for the fragile

Fighting for the fragile

After watching an extremely premature baby die following complications from hypothermia, Robin Dail has dedicated her career to understanding the impact of temperature on premature babies.

Better health in the palm of your hand

Better health in the palm of your hand

PhD student's tool helping health care providers find quality mobile apps.

The vital role of preceptors

The vital role of preceptors

UofSCNursing alumni Ann Alexander and Terry Sims discuss why they precept nurse practitioner students and how it is vital to the growth of the profession.

Stronger together

Stronger together

Kristal Tribble and Tina Williamson find friendship, support in RN to BSN online program.

College of Nursing welcomes new faculty

College of Nursing welcomes new faculty

There are some new faces around the Williams-Brice Nursing Building this semester; three new faculty members have joined our celebrated staff.

Nursing works with other health disciplines to improve SC's health

Nursing works with other health disciplines to improve SC's health

The Carolina Family Practice, operated by nursing faculty, has a new home to better serve its patients.

Staying healthy is hard for patients with chronic conditions. A new center at USC is trying to help.

Staying healthy is hard for patients with chronic conditions. A new center at USC is trying to help.

While working as a home health nurse as she pursued her master's and doctoral degrees, Cindy Corbett saw first-hand how patients with chronic conditions struggled to manage their health.

Better Together

Better Together

Combining resources and working together makes more sense than trying to go it alone. That's the driving belief behind the Interprofessional Education Collaborative push among the health sciences disciplines at the University of South Carolina.

Future of Nursing Scholars grant awarded to college

Future of Nursing Scholars grant awarded to college

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation supports the PhD program.

Ph.D Program Director receives top honor for transcultural nursing

Ph.D Program Director receives top honor for transcultural nursing

Dr. DeAnne K. Hilfinger Messias is the 2017 recipient of the Leininger Transcultural Nursing Award.

What 'big data' can do for health care

What 'big data' can do for health care

Dr. Ronda Hughes and her team are working to improve decision-making and gain new knowledge that will enhance health care.

Lobby renovations modernize the College of Nursing

Lobby renovations modernize the College of Nursing

If you visit the College of Nursing, you'll notice some big changes in the public spaces on the first and second floors; renovations to the lobbies and elevators were finished in October.

Making dreams come true

Making dreams come true

A nursing degree from USC helped make Patricia Edens Eddy's dreams come true. Now, she wants to help make that experience available for others.

 

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