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College of Nursing Information & Resources for COVID-19
Earlier this year, Dr. Tracy Crane extended her cancer prevention expertise across the Atlantic when she helped researchers at Gustave Roussy, Europe’s largest cancer center, fine-tune a new cancer study.
For the past several weeks, UArizona Nursing DNP student James Gibson has been working as a registered nurse in a COVID-19 unit in Southern California. Learn more about his experience on the frontline of the battle against the deadly virus.
Samantha Alessi chose to pursue a career in nursing after her sister was diagnosed with Type I diabetes in 2003. After witnessing the compassionate care her sibling received in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU), she knew she had found her calling.
According to new research from the UArizona College of Nursing Associate Professor Ruth Taylor-Piliae, PhD, RN, FAHA, tai chi can be beneficial to the psychological well-being for adults suffering from cardiovascular disease.
Maria Olga Quintana Zavala, Director of Nursing for UNISON in Hermosillo, recently recorded this brief message of support for UArizona Nursing's faculty and students during these difficult times.
For the last several weeks, Abbi Simpson has been working in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU) in a Tucson hospital, providing care to COVID-19 patients. We caught up with her recently to learn more about her challenges on the frontline of the battle against the deadly virus.
UArizona Nursing faculty member Dr. Allen Prettyman is moving into a new leadership role at the College. He will assume the role of Director of the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program effective June 1
As Director of Health and Social Services for Cochise County, UArizona Nursing PhD student Carrie Langley, RN-BC, MSN, MPH, is leading the county’s efforts against COVID-19.
For the last several weeks, Doctor of Nursing Practice student Calvina Nez has been providing frontline support to her community of Kayenta, Ariz., located in the Navajo Nation, which has been particularly hard-hit by the COVID-19 crisis.
Leadership has been in nurse leader Sue Roe’s DNA from her early days as an undergraduate at the University of Arizona College of Nursing. Under the guidance of the College’s first Dean, Pearl Coulter, Dr. Roe took her very first leadership course.