2015 grad finds right fit in rural two-nurse hospital
Jeff Aday went from having clinicals in the Twin Cities as a nursing student to his first RN position at a hospital with only two nurses on duty. Yet, he says, the health care needs are the same.
Carolyn Porta joins 2017 class of AAN Fellows
Assoc. Professor Carolyn Porta will be inducted at the American Academy of Nursing's annual conference Oct. 5-7. Also named was School of Nursing Alumna Martha Turner, PhD RN-BC, Assistant Director at the American Nurses Association.
What moves seniors to move?
For older adults, a fall can be a pivotal event causing lasting changes in well-being. Assistant Professor Siobhan McMahon is exploring what motivates seniors to stay active and maintain their strength.
Transforming nursing education through state-of-the-art facilities
Our 11,000 square foot learning simulation environment for nursing education, research and professional development is designed to reflect the future of health care delivery and nursing science.
Our Bentson Healthy Communities Innovation Center was designed for optimal team education and training experiences involving a range of health care professionals, with high-tech facilities and technology and simulated environments that span the continuum of care.
It also provides opportunities for collaboration with the health care community.
Advance your career in nursing.
We offer four robust degree programs. You'll learn from faculty who lead in nursing practice and research.
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Diversity makes us stronger
A focused exploration of implicit bias with Dr. Benjamin Reese, an internationally renowned scholar on implicit bias.
School of Nursing recognized as a 2016 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) award winner!
Fifteen seniors completing the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program attended the University's Multicultural Academic Excellence's Celebration of Achievement