Harnessing the volunteer spirit, several groups of students from around campus are forgoing a week of R&R and rolling up their sleeves to help others in Knoxville, across the country, and even abroad.
College of Nursing News
A joint endeavor between the colleges of Nursing and Engineering has developed a tool that will soon allow the international community to build a better workforce of health professionals.
College kudos: Get to know assistant professors Ginger Evans and Sally Helton from the College of Nursing.
Associate Professor of Nursing, Sadie Hutson, talks about her study using 4D ultrasound to detect ovarian abnormalities on the television program, Daytime Tri-Cities.
College of Nursing Dean Victoria Niederhauser was interviewed for an article in NursesZone.com. The dean spoke about the college’s new partnership with The Beryl Institute which seeks to improve the patient experience across the health care continuum
In health care, giving patients the best care possible is the primary goal. The UT Knoxville College of Nursing has continuously taken strides in educating nurses to provide the most comprehensive health care for everyone. The college has taken a giant leap toward this goal by being selected as one of five schools in the nation to participate in The Beryl Institute’s Educational Outreach Program.
Playing with plastic turtles and snakes is not part of the College of Nursing curriculum at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. But it was part of Fossil Day at Norwood Elementary, an outreach activity of the Student Nurses’ Association (SNA) in which nursing students assisted fifth grade teachers in illustrating to their students how fossils were formed.
Faculty members at UT Knoxville’s College of Nursing make a difference in people’s lives every day—and they are being recognized for it. Three members recently were given state and nationwide awards for being leaders in their field.
The UT Knoxville College of Nursing has been played a critical role in caring for and educating East Tennessee’s communities for almost forty years. Community members can return the favor—by enjoying good food, drink, music, and the company of Barbara Dooley at the College of Nursing’s third annual NightinGala.
When disaster strikes, nurses are on the front lines—caring for victims, managing resources, communicating information, and directing others in caring for people’s psychological and physical well-being. Yet, few educational programs offer nurses comprehensive training to lead in disaster situations worldwide. The UT Knoxville College of Nursing is accepting applications for its new Global Disaster Nursing program, which will train nurses to respond to emergencies anywhere in the world.