Patients were able to go to the doctor's office on wheels on Thursday, thanks to the Mobile Health Program and UA nurse practitioner Elizabeth Knight.
Each year, approximately 2,400 people in Southern Arizona receive health-care services through the unique, interprofessional UA Mobile Health Program.
Assistant Professor Kim Shea discusses how telehealth and nursing can help transform the way people receive health care.
Clinical Assistant Professor Christy Pacheco, director of the Rural Health Professions Program at the UA College of Nursing, discusses preparing students to work in rural areas.
The Arizona State Board of Nursing Program Outcome Index includes 38 nursing schools and is based on RN licensure and graduation rates for the 2014 calendar year.
More than 300 students are pursuing their Doctor of Nursing Practice degree—the highest level of education for nurse practitioners—through the University of Arizona.
Kiser raised $3,000 for the foundation, which is committed to helping children with autism and other related conditions achieve their full potential.
The newest grant received by the UA's Chris Segrin and Terry Badger centers on women who often have limited access to health care services.
Assistant Professor Michelle Kahn-John, a member of the Diné (Navajo) tribe, will evaluate the effects of traditional Diné healing interventions on depression symptoms and inflammation.
Kuhn (MSN ’80) currently serves as executive vice president for community delivery for one of the largest, nonprofit health-care systems in the country.