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College of Nursing Re-Entry Plan, Information, & Resources for COVID-19
Soon-to-be UArizona Nursing alumna Rosalinda Chipollini chose to pursue a career in nursing for a time-honored reason: because she always wanted to help people – particularly society’s most vulnerable members. Currently enrolled in the College’s RN to MSN Clinical Systems Leadership program, she will graduate in August 2021.
A feasibility study conducted by UArizona Nursing professor Dr. Ruth E Taylor-Piliae has suggested that tai chi has the potential to reduce depression, anxiety and stress plus improve sleep in people who have had a stroke.
Since completing his PhD at the UArizona Nursing in 2014, Lieutenant Colonel Pedro Oblea, PhD, RN, has distinguished himself as one of the military’s star nurse scientists.
Danielle Piar has come a long way since her childhood on an Ohio farm. Her nursing journey has led from those rustic origins to a noteworthy 25-year career in health care.
The grant will help Carrie Ann Langley and Zhanette Coffee tackle the nation’s most pressing healthcare issues through support of high-potential doctoral nursing scholars.
This year, Niki Putzar-Davis' dedication to her students earned her the UArizona Alumni Association’s 2021 Wildcat Career Champion award, which will be given at Homecoming 2021.
Meet University of Arizona Nursing student Alisa Caballero, who graduated on May 15 with her Bachelor of Science (BSN) in Nursing. Fueled by a passion for health equity, she enters the nursing workforce invigorated by her studies and ready to make a difference in the world of health care.
UArizona Nursing's Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (ED&I) Task Force is engage the UArizona Nursing community in developing recommendations to improve individual and systemic inequities to advance Inclusive Excellence within our organization.
As part of National Nurses Week, two nurse leaders from UArizona Nursing will be honored by their peers during the annual 2021 Tucson Fabulous 50 Nurses gala held by the Tucson Nurses’ Week Foundation on Saturday, May 8.
Earlier this month, UArizona Nursing made a strong showing at the Western Institute of Nursing’s annual conference. Twenty-six PhD/dual degree students presented their research at the conference, and two faculty members were honored by the Institute with awards.