Congratulations to the University of Kentucky College of Nursing’s Ana Maria Linares DNS, RN, IBCLC for being named a 2021 Cultural Changemaker by the United States Breastfeeding Committee for her efforts to promote and support breastfeeding in culturally distinct communities.
The Rural & Underserved Health Research Center (RUHRC) has published a new brief, "Medicare-Paid Naloxone: Trends in Non-Metropolitan and Metropolitan Areas."
Congratulations to the University of Kentucky College of Nursing's Misook Chung PhD, RN, FAHA, FAAN for receiving the 2021 Global Korean Nursing Foundation's (DHKF)-USA Duck Hee Kang Mentor award for her significant impact on mentoring the next generation of Korean nurse clinicians and scientists.
The University of Kentucky College of Nursing celebrated its Fall 2020/Spring 2021 Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing and Doctor of Nursing Practice graduates during a Virtual PhD & DNP Recognition Ceremony on Friday, May 14, 2021.
The University of Kentucky College of Nursing held its 81st Baccalaureate graduating class with a Pinning Ceremony at Memorial Coliseum on Friday, May 14, 2021.
A message from UK College of Nursing Dean Janie Heath and UK HealthCare Chief Nurse Executive Gwen Moreland on the impact of nurses in the past year and how we can make a difference in nurses' lives as well.
Get information about the University of Kentucky College of Nursing's May 2021 Pinning Ceremony, the Virtual DNP & PhD Recognition Ceremony and Commencement.
As National Nurses Month gets underway, Lynn Kelso, an assistant professor in the University of Kentucky College of Nursing and an acute care nurse practitioner in UK HealthCare’s medical intensive care unit (MICU), reflects on the challenges she and her colleagues faced over the past year.
In an effort to raise awareness about nurses' mental health and help curb the rate of nurse suicide, Governor Andy Beshear has declared May as Nurse Suicide Prevention Month in Kentucky.
Researchers from the University of Kentucky College of Nursing in collaboration with other state and University partners are surveying Kentucky frontline workers in order to improve infection control practices in health care settings as part of Project Firstline.