The School of Nursing hosted nine exploration stations on Sunday, April 2 as part of the campus-wide Science Expeditions event.
Professor Ga Eon Lee, a visiting scholar at the School of Nursing, seeks a deeper understanding of what nursing staff experience in long-term care hospitals.
UW-Madison Schools of Medicine and Public Health, Nursing, and Pharmacy are the first in the state, and one of relatively few in the United States, to combine their accreditation processes for continuing education.
This online 8 part series will cover a wide range of topics including, but not limited to: diabetic counseling, diabetic retinopathy, kidney health, geriatric considerations for patients with diabetes, and new drug therapies.
School of Nursing faculty members Barbara King and Barbara Bowers have earned awards from the Midwest Nursing Research Society.
Integrating Sustainability into School of Nursing Facilities, Staff and Culture
Nursing students head to one of Africa’s smallest nations for a big-impact experience in global health.
The Center for Technology-Enhanced Learning gives students a highly realistic but risk-free foray into nursing practice.
Nurses made a difference during the most difficult experience of her life. Now Chelsea Adams ’16 wants to do the same.
Gwen P. Shapiro Rural Wisconsin Nursing Scholarship supports BSN student McKenzie Capouch to pursue her passion.