The University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Nursing is proud to have partnered with American Journal of Public Health to create a special supplement on nursing and public health. The open-access supplement, Public Health Nursing After COVID-19: …
UW System nursing students have another opportunity to receive a $500 tuition credit for working in hospitals and other health care settings between December 1, 2021 and March 20, 2022.
Nursing and pharmacy students have another opportunity to receive a $500 tuition credit for providing COVID-19 vaccinations and booster shots during the fall 2021 semester.
Dr. Rachel Gicquelais, PhD, was awarded a COVID-19 Response Research and Education grant to support the study Responding to dual epidemics of COVID-19 and overdose among people who inject drugs in Wisconsin.
Andrew O’Donnell is currently working on the front lines of COVID-19 as the interim co-manager of the Trauma Life Support Center at UW Health, supporting a staff of 120 employees, including 90 ICU nurses.
The School of Nursing is making an impact with vaccination efforts throughout Wisconsin with the BN-CoVED initiative.
The pandemic has multiplied the challenges for long-term care. The research of Tonya Roberts, PhD, RN, Asst. Professor, School of Nursing, sheds light on those challenges and strategies that long-term care staff have employed to combat social isolation.
Phuoc Hong Nhan started his undergraduate career as a math major but found himself at the School of Nursing. “I always knew I wanted to help people. When I did my internship as an EMT, I got to be at the bedside…. It just felt right to me.”
Dr. Megan Zuelsdorff was awarded a grant to support the study Stressors, allostatic load, and ADRD disparity: Addressing COVID-19 impact.
UW–Madison School of Nursing students are giving the COVID-19 vaccine to teachers and other qualifying populations around the southern part of the state, to help with the massive task of vaccinating against the new virus that caused a global pandemic.