60 Years of Building Better Futures
Established in 1957, the University of Arizona College of Nursing has been transforming nursing education, research and practice to help people live their best lives for 60 years. Consistently ranked among the best programs in the nation, we are strengthening health care’s largest workforce and the public’s most trusted profession through its undergraduate and graduate programs, offered online and on-campus. Located in Tucson, Ariz., the birthplace of integrative medicine, the UA College of Nursing is home to the world’s only Integrative Nursing Faculty Fellowship. With key focal strengths in integrative health, cancer prevention and survivorship, and nursing informatics, the college has more than 6,000 alumni worldwide promoting health and wellness in their workplaces and communities.
New Telephone-Based Intervention to Assist Latino Cancer Survivors and Caregivers
With obesity now linked to 13 different cancers, pursuing interventions focused on healthy eating and exercise are of critical importance for the health of cancer survivors and their caregivers.
Six UA College of Nursing Faculty Honored as 2018 Tucson Fab 50 Nurses
As part of National Nurses Week (May 6-12), held in honor of the largest health-care workforce in the United States, six nurse leaders from the University of Arizona College of Nursing were honored by their peers during an annual 2018 Tucson Fabulous 50 Nurses gala.
UA College of Nursing Class of 2018: Connie Tran
After interning at a hospital during high school, BSN Honors Student Connie Tran was impressed by the hard work and dedication she saw nurses exhibit on the job. “I wanted to become one of those people who support patients through the best and worst times of their lives,” she says.