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College of Nursing Re-Entry Plan, Information, & Resources for COVID-19
The UArizona College of Nursing has played an essential role in the implementation at the University's Point of Dispensing vaccination operations. When the University’s Incident Command System team requested help, Nursing faculty, staff, and students answered the call.
UArizona Nursing Senior Program Coordinator José Muñoz has been awarded a spot in the esteemed American Association of Colleges of Nursing Diversity Leadership Institute. The Institute's focus is to provide an overview of the evolution of diversity and inclusion and the role of Diversity Officers in academic nursing and nursing practice.
UArizona Nursing Professor Dr. Joseph DeBoe was recently awarded Diplomate status with the Accreditation Council for Clinical Lipidology, a nonprofit certifying organization dedicated to reducing the morbidity and mortality from dyslipidemia and related diseases by assessing qualifications and certifying knowledge in clinical lipidology.
Meet Jennifer McFee, recent graduate of UArizona Nursing’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing Integrative Health pathway. Fueled by a passion for the art and science of nursing, the Arizona native was one of 24 students to earn their degrees in the program’s inaugural cohort on Dec. 17.
This holiday season, Beta Mu – the University of Arizona College of Nursing chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing – gifted members of Tucson’s homeless population with backpacks stocked with essentials like blankets, feminine products, socks and toiletries.
When Dr. Gladys Sorensen, the University of Arizona College of Nursing’s second dean, passed away on January 3 the College lost one of its most iconic figures and consistent champions.
Judith Gordon, PhD, University of Arizona College of Nursing Associate Dean for Research, has been named a Fellow of the Society for Research on Nicotine & Tobacco (SRNT), Class of 2021.
Dr. Timian Godfrey has been recognized by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners with the State Award for Excellence, which is given annually to a dedicated nurse practitioner in each state who demonstrates distinction in their area of practice
“Since COVID has greatly impacted the Navajo reservation, I hope that I can offer my support through these difficult times. Thus, my role as a nurse on the reservation has just become that more meaningful and I look forward to helping my people when they need it the most."
Two dozen University of Arizona College of Nursing students will turn their 2020 tassels and join a workforce challenged by COVID-19, but armed with a holistic approach to healing.