The UK College of Nursing scholarship showcase was held alongside the 14th annual spring conference of the UK Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS) on April 15 at the Lexington Convention Center. While the CCTS supports research across the spectrum of diseases, this year's conference focused on "The Science of Health Policy and Systems Change."
On Saturday, April 13, the Delta Psi chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society inducted 42 University of Kentucky BSN students, 22 DNP students and five PhD students.
UK Nursing Dean determined to improve the Health of our community & world, one graduate at a time.
Nikki Garritano, DNP, APRN-BC, associate professor, was recently selected as an Apple Distinguished Educator (ADE). Dr. Garritano joins a highly selective group of education professionals from around the world who possess an identified expertise in educational technology leadership.
Join University of Kentucky alumni, friends and supporters on April 17 for One Day for UK. This 24-hour giving day will ensure all College of Nursing students have life-changing opportunities, researchers have access to necessary resources, and practitioners can build resilient, healthy communities in Kentucky and beyond.
Undergraduate nursing student Sophie Post presented "Don’t get Back in the Saddle: An Evaluation of Horse-related Head Injuries in the Emergency Department" at this year's TraumaCon in Lexington, Kentucky.
UK College of Nursing undergraduate student Sarret Seng was recently featured in a newsletter from the American Psychiatric Nurses Association.
Kristin Ashford, PhD, professor and associate dean in the University of Kentucky College of Nursing, will be presented with the prestigious Southeastern Conference (SEC) Faculty Achievement Award. The SEC Faculty Achievement recognizes faculty from SEC universities with outstanding records in teaching and scholarship.
Monday was a record day for the AACN Kentucky deans and students to meet with legislators advocating for Title XIII nursing workforce funding and Nursing NIH funding in Washington, D.C.
Although Kentucky is known for lives lost from accidental drug overdoses, a silent epidemic is also taking too many of our children — suicide.