School of Nursing
National Nurses Week: UConn School of Nursing Alumni Share Their Experiences From the Past Year
The School of Nursing recognizes its alumni for their hard work and dedication during the ongoing pandemic. Some wrote in to share their experiences from the past year.
UConn School of Nursing Working to Fill the Need for Skilled Alzheimer’s, Dementia Care
Meeting the growing needs of people suffering from dementia - and their families
Virtual Conference Brings Together Global Experts to Tackle COVID-19 “Infodemic”
Health behavior experts come together to put forth an agenda that uses social media to solve public health problems
School of Nursing Offers New Graduate Certificate in Life Story Practice and Research
The 12-credit program will welcome its first cohort this summer and is designed for social workers, nurses, clinical psychologists, artists, writers, musicians, and personal and family historians.
School of Nursing Faculty Member Named Hospice and Palliative Care Nurse of the Year
Amisha Parekh de Campos, an assistant clinical professor, has been recognized by the Hospice and Palliative Credentialing Center.
Provost’s Outstanding Service Award Recognizes Faculty in Business, Nursing
The award honors faculty whose volunteer service enhances the University’s mission in teaching, research, service, or engagement.
Nurse Researchers Study How to Increase COVID-19 Testing, Vaccination Among Underserved Hispanic Families
Xiaomei Cong and Kelley Newlin Lew are partnering with the Hispanic Alliance of Southeastern Connecticut for the study, with support from the Office of the Vice President for Research’s COVID-19 Research Seed Funding Program.
School of Nursing Ranks Among Top 15 Online Master’s Programs for 2021
U.S. News & World Report placed the School as tied for No. 14 in online nursing master's programs around the country, and it came in second among such programs in New England.
Nursing Students Join the COVID-19 Fight, Help Administer Vaccines
School of Nursing students helped vaccinate UConn Health employees and other front-line workers, and, in turn, gained vital experience that will help them throughout their careers.
Age Provides a Buffer to Pandemic’s Mental Health Impact, UConn Researchers Say
A study by UConn researchers finds that while older adults are more concerned about the risks of COVID-19 than younger adults, they are also less likely to feel anxious or depressed.