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Monday, April 19, 2021
The need for more health care administrators and community college nurse educators will be addressed through Building a Strong Future for Nursing in Mississippi, a project funded by the Bower Foundation that will also provide scholarships for the School of Nursing’s RN-to-MSN program. Read More
Monday, April 5, 2021
Self-care is an important part of health for nurses and their patients. With that in mind, the Sarah Elizabeth Allison Foundation is giving the School of Nursing $600,000 toward a self-care and wellness lab to promote resilience. Read More
Learning to work together to care for a homeless veteran was the goal of an interprofessional exercise involving medical, nursing and pharmacy students. During the simulation at the School of Nursing, students could listen to the lung function of a manikin named Pete Prince Jr., observe his vital signs and advocate for him as their patient. The annual exercise teaches students the importance of every care team member.
Published on Monday, March 29, 2021
The largest number of Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing students at the Medical Center will answer the need for more nurses. At UMMC, students began their studies Jan. 11 with online classes and in-person labs. Within a year, they’ll be taking exams to become registered nurses.
Published on Tuesday, January 19, 2021
When COVID-19 reached the University of Mississippi Medical Center's academic halls last spring, each of the seven schools on campus quickly transitioned traditional classrooms to online learning opportunities. While the pandemic continues to ravage the state five months later, the Council of Deans has planned a hybrid approach to educating the state's future health care workforce this fall.
Published on Monday, August 10, 2020
A new three-year grant is enabling the School of Nursing to continue its critical work in schools in Jackson and the Mississippi Delta, and is providing expanded behavioral health services with the addition of a full-time psychiatric nurse practitioner.
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