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Practice makes prepared

Practice makes prepared

It's the real world of nursing where caregivers act as cognitive detectives while juggling competing demands. USC nursing students boost competency through clinical simulation training.

Being the change

Being the change

While many of his nursing school classmates spent their summer clad in scrubs providing patient care, Bradley Quarles donned a suit and tie, answered phones and met constituents.

Creating a way

Creating a way

Nursing student Shannon Eichorst has been crafting ceramics since her freshman year of high school. Now, as a junior, she is reaping the benefits of her creations as a way to send local students to Young Life summer camp.

College welcomes five new Partnership Board members

College welcomes five new Partnership Board members

Brenna DeLaine, Patricia Eddy, Rozalynn Goodwin, Terry Peace and Marshall Prince have joined the board for the 2017-2019 term.

College of Nursing Announces new Research Professor

College of Nursing Announces new Research Professor

Dr. Cindy Corbett joins the college as the SmartState Endowed Chair for Nursing.

Dean's Circle Spotlight: Jeanne Cavanaugh, Pattie Heady

Dean's Circle Spotlight: Jeanne Cavanaugh, Pattie Heady

Support for nursing students drives Jeanne Cavanaugh and Pattie Heady to give back to the College of Nursing. They are two of the first group of members of the college's Dean's Circle.

Improving access to rural SC with HRSA award

Improving access to rural SC with HRSA award

Dr. Stephanie Burgess has been awarded a HRSA grant with support of the SC Promise Zone to increase the number of primary care FNPs in South Carolina's rural areas.

College of Nursing announces new Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs

College of Nursing announces new Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs

Dr. Robin Dail joins the college as the Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs.

Following the road unplanned

Following the road unplanned

A career in nursing wasn't always the plan for Dale Barwick. She attended Clemson University to be a veterinarian, but plans changed. After advice from a family friend, Dale changed her major and she hasn't looked back.

Free-range Gamecocks: UofSCNursing goes global

Free-range Gamecocks: UofSCNursing goes global

Three groups of UofSCNursing students and faculty recently traveled across the globe for study abroad and mission trips.

College of Nursing announces new Associate Dean of Academics

College of Nursing announces new Associate Dean of Academics

Dr. Kristen Starnes-Ott will join the college this month as the Associate Dean of Academics.

How is UofSCNursing responding to the Nursing Shortage?

How is UofSCNursing responding to the Nursing Shortage?

The registered nurse shortage is again in full bloom here in South Carolina and in regions across the US. We now have an estimated 2000 RN vacancies across the state.

Researching new triage methods to save lives

Researching new triage methods to save lives

As part of a $2.5 million, 4-year grant from the National Institutes of Health and the National Library of Medicine, more than 550 emergency personnel, faculty and students from the College of Nursing participated in a drill that was a carbon copy of a deadly South Carolina train accident.

Annual Leadership Summit held

Annual Leadership Summit held

Over 150 healthcare professionals attended the 2017 Annual Leadership Summit sponsored by The Center for Nursing Leadership.

April 20: Celebrate Nursing Gala and Auction

April 20: Celebrate Nursing Gala and Auction

Hosted by the USC College of Nursing and the Partnership Board, the Celebrate Nursing Gala and Auction raises money to support the college's unrestricted fund and student scholarships.

Harris wins Breakthrough Graduate Scholar Award

Harris wins Breakthrough Graduate Scholar Award

What is rest? Eboni Harris asked a group of African-American women this question as part of her doctoral thesis. She’s a 2017 recipient of the Breakthrough Graduate Scholar Award.

Alumni Spotlight: Four months in Restauración

Alumni Spotlight: Four months in Restauración

Alumna Alexandra Nitsos, '16 BSN, shares her experiences in the Dominican Republic as an ambassador for the Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children.

Nurse practitioners back bill for more access to write drug prescriptions

Nurse practitioners back bill for more access to write drug prescriptions

The debate continues on whether nurse practitioners should be able write certain prescriptions, and more.

The College of Nursing welcomes new faculty

The College of Nursing welcomes new faculty

Three new faculty members have joined our celebrated staff. With extensive clinical and educational backgrounds, they bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to nursing classrooms.

CarolinaCards to feature suicide hotline number

CarolinaCards to feature suicide hotline number

Nursing student Bradley Quarles may have given USC's iconic plastic token another function: saving lives.

MSN Organizational Leadership graduates first two alumni

MSN Organizational Leadership graduates first two alumni

The Master’s of Science in Nursing Organizational Leadership program graduated its first two alumni in 2016, Erica Coward in summer 2016 and Ashley Ball in fall 2016.

Scholarship established in memory of alumna Venice Gardner Lisenby

Scholarship established in memory of alumna Venice Gardner Lisenby

The Venice Gardner Lisenby Nursing Scholarship has been established in memory of Venice Gardner Lisenby by her daughter to provide assistance to deserving BSN students.

Nursing student realizes dream with graduation

Nursing student realizes dream with graduation

For Emily Bethea the road to becoming a nurse has been filled with twists and turns, and it hasn't always been easy.

College honors alumni award recipients at alumni oyster roast

College honors alumni award recipients at alumni oyster roast

The College of Nursing awarded its 2016 Outstanding Nurse Alumnus awards at its inaugural Alumni Oyster Roast on Friday, Nov. 4. This year's recipients are Dr. Stacy L. Collier and Dr. Kahlil A. Demonbreun.

Dr. Karen McDonnell Receives Grant for Lung Cancer Survivorship Research

Dr. Karen McDonnell Receives Grant for Lung Cancer Survivorship Research

This two-year grant, given by the Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation, will allow for the creation of a statewide network that will survey existing support systems and identify gaps in patient coverage in the state.

 

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