The University of Kentucky College of Nursing is proud to be a part of UK and UK HealthCare's community COVID-19 vaccination efforts.
Read how one nursing student's brave letter sparked university-wide change in addressing mental health and how the College of Nursing is putting a focus on mental health resilience and mindfulness for students, faculty, and staff.
Dr. Camille Burnett hopes that in four years nursing schools will be graduating students who view the field through a wider lens and a longer scope.
Nurse researchers from the University of Kentucky College of Nursing’s Bridging Research Efforts and Advocacy Toward Healthy Environments (BREATHE) recommend practical strategies for enhancing the delivery of tobacco treatment services to Kentucky Medicaid recipients.
“There’s an old saying that ‘If America gets a cold, the African American community gets pneumonia,’” says Kacy Allen-Bryant, MSN, MPH, RN.
While the COVID-19 pandemic rages on with new variants, the urgency for Kentucky nurses to stay on the frontlines now extends to a massive vaccine campaign. From this, a key question arises, “Who is shepherding the mental health and wellness of nurses?”
Faculty and students from the University of Kentucky Colleges of Nursing and Education were featured panelists during Less Cancer's National Cancer Prevention Workshop held Feb. 4.
Congratulations to UK College of Nursing alumni Danielle Duncan and Delanor Manson for receiving the Lyman T. Johnson Torch Bearer and Torch of Excellence awards, respectively.
This year alone, approximately 4,890 Kentuckians will be diagnosed with lung cancer, yet the disease remains highly preventable.
View/download a pdf of the 2019-2020 annual report from the University of Kentucky College of Nursing's Office of Research.