Nursing students head to one of Africa’s smallest nations for a big-impact experience in global health.
Month: January 2017
Simulated Situations, Real Learning
The Center for Technology-Enhanced Learning gives students a highly realistic but risk-free foray into nursing practice.
Learning in Loss
Nurses made a difference during the most difficult experience of her life. Now Chelsea Adams ’16 wants to do the same.
From Here to Opportunity
Gwen P. Shapiro Rural Wisconsin Nursing Scholarship supports BSN student McKenzie Capouch to pursue her passion.
A Heart and Mind for Home Health
DNP student Troy Lawrence has a favorite clinical setting. The kitchen table. Lawrence believes home health is a better alternative to clinic-based care for many older-adult patients. Plus, it captures the essence of nursing—of meeting patients where they are—in both the literal and figurative sense.
Toward Person-Centered Care
Assistant Professor Tonya Roberts is reimagining long-term care to make nursing homes feel more like home.
Developing a New Tool for Asthma Management
Luo Dan, a visiting scholar from Wuhan, China, hopes to develop an electronic asthma management app for parents of young children.