School of Nursing
UConn Designated as Federal Health Care Study Center
UConn's reports will be used by Medicaid and Medicare Services in making health coverage decisions that affect millions of patients nationwide.
Breaking Down Barriers to Healthcare for the Incarcerated
UConn is taking the lead in treatment of incarcerated patients with its Center for Correctional Health Networks.
$2.3 M Pledge will Establish Endowed Chair in Nursing
The pledge, the largest to date for the School, comes from a couple with longstanding ties to the University.
Was there a defining moment during your UConn career? Most of my defining moments occurred during my nursing clinical. Seeing my patients trapped by their illness made me determined not to take the blessings in my life for granted. My patients taught me that I can be a confident nurse. How has being at UConn […]
How Colleges Can Deal with the Shortage of Nursing Professors
The nursing faculty shortage affects the production of an adequate nursing workforce and, consequently, the nation’s health.
Healthcare Innovations in the ‘Shark Tank’
Nursing students presented a range of innovative solutions to clinical problems before a panel of judges.
An Expanding Role for Nurse Practitioners
UConn's School of Nursing is helping prepare practitioners who will play a vital role in maximizing health care resources.
Neonatal Nursing Expert Jacqueline McGrath Joins UConn Faculty
McGrath has a joint appointment in the School of Nursing and as director of nursing research at Connecticut Children's Medical Center.
School of Nursing Celebrates Opening of Widmer Wing
The school's new wing is named in honor of the first dean of nursing, Carolyn Ladd Widmer.