A team from the University of Kentucky has been selected to participate in the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's (RWJF) Clinical Scholars leadership program to address children's health and education in Appalachia.
The American Nonsmokers’ Rights Foundation (ANRF) has ranked Kentucky third in this year’s ‘smoke-free indoor air challenge.’ Kentucky enacted the third most local smoke-free laws in 2018, behind Texas and Mississippi.
Thanks to Owensboro Health, the University of Kentucky College of Nursing and the UK HealthCare Markey Cancer Center, residents of Owensboro received free screenings for blood pressure, diabetes, spirometry, HIV and more at a community health fair at Owensboro Health's Healthpark on Saturday, September 21.
Camille Burnett, PhD, MPA, APHN-BC, RN, BScN, DSW, associate professor, is one of an elite group of 30 nurse scholars from around the world to attend the Global Nursing Leadership Institute (GNLI) residential programme in Geneva, Switzerland, September 13-20.
On June 8, 2019, the first national study of nurse suicide in two decades was published in the Archives of Psychiatric Nursing. Given the alarming statistics surrounding suicide within the scope of health professions, it’s no surprise nurses are at the forefront of such findings.
The College of Nursing celebrated Healthcare Simulation Week with a celebration in its Clinical Simulation and Learning Center (CSLC) on Wednesday, September 18, 2019.
College of Nursing students, faculty and staff celebrated UK Family Weekend September 13-15.
Corinna Hughes, DNP student and representative for local chapter of the National Black Nurses Association, joined Delanor Manson, BSN alum and executive director for the Kentucky Nurses Association and KNA Foundation, to advocate for diversifying the nursing workforce in Washington, D.C.
Brittany Fiero is a catalyst for good. Her education and career have been devoted to helping people get to where they want to go—whether it’s building their job skills, using activities to promote their well-being, or as in her current position, recruiting nursing students to the University of Kentucky.
Since becoming a nurse, Stephanie Durbin had always planned to pursue her master’s degree. Last year, after 10 years in the workforce at UK HealthCare®, she finally decided on a path: health care leadership.