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New nursing shortage data released

New nursing shortage data released

The Office of Healthcare Workforce Research shares the 2016-2017 SC Nursing Education Programs report.

UofSC Nursing alumni inducted as American Academy of Nursing Fellows

UofSC Nursing alumni inducted as American Academy of Nursing Fellows

Dr. Stephanie Burgess, Dr. Gwendolyn Childs and Jeannie Kelley Tomlinson were recognized during the AAN conference on November 3, 2018.

Fast food

Fast food

Nursing doctoral candidate studies eating habits of shift nurses.

Personal Experience

Personal Experience

A diagnosis of type I diabetes changed Shelby Leya's life at age 16 and confirmed her resolve to become a nurse.

Accelerating Change With Partnerships

Accelerating Change With Partnerships

College of Nursing, Palmetto Health tackle shared challenges together.

Lessons Learned

Lessons Learned

Dr. Victoria Davis sharpens her skills at the juvenile detention center and brings real-world lessons back to the classroom.

A noble scholarship for a noble profession

A noble scholarship for a noble profession

Since she was four years old, Patricia D'Alterio Boike wanted to be a nurse.

A Worthy example

A Worthy example

For her dedication to her students, Dr. Karen Worthy is the 2018 Clinical Teaching Award winner.

Meet this year's outstanding alumni award winners

Meet this year's outstanding alumni award winners

Kevin Lowe, '09 MSN, and Megan George, '12 BSN, honored for their contributions to the profession.

Mental health champion

Mental health champion

Dr. Phyllis Raynor is leading an innovative community approach to addiction recovery.

Camaraderie, service and leadership

Camaraderie, service and leadership

Organizations provide opportunities for nursing students.

College of Nursing announces new Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity and Inclusivity

College of Nursing announces new Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity and Inclusivity

Dr. Coretta Jenerette joins the college as the new Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity and Inclusivity.

Lessons from home

Lessons from home

Dr. Kate Jones shares home health best practices in Vietnam.

Lifting women's health

Lifting women's health

Ph.D. student, Pam Wright, researches resistance training as treatment.

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.

 

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