COVID-19: Nursing stories, insights, expertise

Nursing students rate remote learning highly

Remote learning experience rated highly after classes pivoted to an online platform because of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Nurse researcher Siobhan McMahon says findings will inform best practices for exercise during pandemics

COVID-19, existing inequities drive the need

Assistant Professor Carrie Neerland explains how new and expecting mothers can navigate prenatal, labor and postpartum care.

Findings will provide guidance to improve nursing practice.

Commencement Spring 2020

Faculty use innovative ways to share congratulations to graduates.

Psych Mental Health NP Graduates

Driving 100 miles across the state, faculty deliver congratulations to graduates' doorsteps.

Harn Chiu, a DNP student in the health innovation and leadership specialty, is training nurses on COVID floors at Mount Sinai Hospital.

While the in-person MNRS conference couldn’t take place because of the COVID-19 pandemic, students still had an opportunity to present their posters on research topics.

The speed at which the COVID-19 pandemic is unfolding and the number of uncertainties associated with it has made using accurate sources of information all the more important. So where do the experts get their information?

While in-person community building isn’t possible during the COVID-19 pandemic, it doesn’t mean community building isn’t happening among health sciences schools at the University of Minnesota.

Master of Nursing students had the opportunity to practice their interviewing and assessment skills with a standardized patient during a telehealth visit.

Webinar spotlights nurses, midwives on the frontline of COVID-19.