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.
Scholarship Enables UA College of Nursing Professor to Create Innovative Virtual Classroom
With her portion of a $3 million gift to the Center for University Education Scholarships (CUES), University of Arizona College of Nursing professor Cheryl Lacasse, PhD, plans to build an innovative online, virtual health care system to assist graduate-level nursing students to learn leadership skills.
Two Wildcat Nursing Leaders Inducted as Fellows of AANP
On June 28, University of Arizona College of Nursing wildcat nursing leaders Patricia Daly and Kristie Flamm were among 63 nurse practitioners nationwide to be inducted as Fellows of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) in Denver, Colorado.
A Gentler Way to Combat Arizona’s Opioid Crisis: UA Nursing Professor Touts Alternative Pain Management in Elders
Dr. Brown is striving to delineate the connection between elder pain management, the downsides of traditional pain medications and the positive alternative of integrative therapies and non-pharmacological supplements.