University of Kentucky College of Nursing students and faculty joined the Kentucky Nurses Association for 2020 Kentucky Nurses Day at the Capitol.
The University of Kentucky College of Nursing and the University Center of Southern Kentucky (UCSK) joined together today to sign a Memorandum of Agreement announcing their new hybrid RN-to-BSN bachelor’s degree program.
Distinguished University of Kentucky College of Nursing alum Marsha Hughes-Rease delivered an impactful lecture on "The Power of Choice" to a large crowd of nursing clinicians, faculty and students yesterday at the UK Chandler Hospital Karpf Auditorium.
The University of Kentucky College of Nursing (CON) in alignment with the American Nurses Association (ANA) and the World Health Organization (WHO) recognizes 2020 as the "Year of the Nurse."
On Jan. 14, the incoming class of undergraduate students at UK Nursing participated in the Blessing of the Hands Ceremony --an event that symbolizes what it means to become a nurse and touch the lives of countless patients
Lee Anne Walmsley awarded $28,000 grant for “in the barn” training sessions that in part uses Equine Assisted Learning to support students with and/or suicidal thoughts.
Please join the University of Kentucky College of Nursing for its upcoming Nursing Leadership Lecture Series featuring Marsh Hughes-Rease, CEO of Quo Vadis Coaching and Consulting LLC. This special lecture event will take place Thursday, Jan. 23, at noon, at the UK Hospital Pavilion's Karpf Auditorium (Pavilion A Auditorium), and is free and open to the public.
Ana Maria Linares, associate professor in UK’s College of Nursing, traveled to Peru this past March 2019 to research the cause of iron-deficiency anemia in Peruvian children.
Dr. Jean Edward is helping Kentuckians better understand health insurance by launching a new training program for community and public health workers.
Graduate from college, find a job, become a husband, a grieving father, and then a college student again is not the average path one takes in their post-grad life. UK grad Roger Dittert says there’s no direct path to finding your passion.