On a clinical day, undergraduate BSN student Molly Pennington was assisting with a routine procedure that quickly escalated into an emergency. After it had passed, Pennington was commended by the attending physician for quick thinking, professionalism and insight that allowed the physician to help the patient and do what she needed in a crisis.
After fleeing the hardships of the Bosnian War (1992-1995), Elvisa Muratovic’s family settled in Bowling Green, Kentucky, looking for a better life. Muratovic, BSN, RN, was six years old.
Poster-at-the-Capitol highlights the importance of undergraduate research. Students present their projects to the highest form of government in the state of Kentucky.
Supporters of a higher cigarette tax in Kentucky, including members of the College of Nursing BREATHE (Bridging Research Efforts and Advocacy Toward Health Environments) Team, rallied at the State Capitol in Frankfort on Thursday, February 8.
It always starts with pain. Sometimes it’s physical pain— the kind that stabs and keeps you awake despite your exhaustion. Sometimes it’s emotional pain— the kind of that is so crushing that you try to drown it out any way you can.
The College of Nursing DanceBlue team is proud to announce it raised $20,238.69 For The Kids (FTK) – more than double the amount raised last year.
Dr. Amanda Fallin-Bennett was recently featured in a video on WLKY news in a push to raise Kentucky's cigarette tax to a dollar a pack.
Dr. Whitney Spear, 2017 graduate of the College of Nursing DNP Program associated with the Norton Healthcare Academic-Practice Partnership was a participant in a presentation at the American Association of Colleges of Nursing Doctoral Conference on Friday, January 19. 2018.
The College of Nursing is excited to announce that Ana Maria Linares, DNS, RN, IBCLC, associate professor, has been selected as a Fulbright Scholar. She is the second faculty member in the College to receive this honor and the first to travel to another country to implement her program of research.
Select Medical today announced the first two nursing school graduates resulting from its educational scholarship partnership program with the University of Kentucky (UK) College of Nursing.