Even though many HPV-related cancers are preventable with a safe and effective vaccine, HPV vaccination rates across the United States remain low.
In American Nurse Today, Clinical Associate Professor Kate Sheppard discusses the causes, symptoms and interventions for compassion fatigue and burnout.
At No. 23 among 149 schools nationwide, the UA College of Nursing moves up 13 spots from last year’s ranking and remains the highest ranked online graduate nursing program in the state.
Quality Matters is a faculty-driven, peer-review process designed to improve and recognize online course design that research has shown leads to improved student learning outcomes.
Clinical Instructor Lisa Kiser reflects on what she has learned from those who have both suffered and persevered against violence.
Clinical Associate Professor Cindy Rishel discusses the importance of building personal resilience and practicing mindfulness to help address burnout and compassion fatigue in oncology nursing.
Dr. McEwen, expert border-health researcher and mentor, was honored with the Ruth B. Freeman Award for her distinguished career in public health education and research.
The UA College of Nursing is only the fourth nursing school in the United States and the first in Arizona to become a HSHPS member.
Presenters will include Dr. Ann Marie Chiasson from the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine, and Khevin Barnes, cancer survivor and award-winning comedy magician.
Elizabeth Knight is a family nurse practitioner and recent DNP/PhD graduate of the UA College of Nursing who is helping underserved patients in Southern Arizona.