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Nursing News

CON Health Centers Highlight

All of our centers provide nurse leaders with tools to innovate, research, plan, and implement.

Finding The Why

BSN student, Caroline Guynn did her summer externship at the Brain Injury Unit at Shepherd Center in Atlanta, GA.

Return to Grad School

When deciding on a school for my master's, I don't remember ever entertaining the idea of a school other than UofSC. I loved that I already knew and had relationships with some of the faculty and professors, knew what their expectations of us were, how they utilized blackboard and other virtual resources.

Thank You To Our CON Military

We salute our College of Nursing military students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Thank you for your service and sacrifice for our country. We spoke to current, retired, and future military to learn about their experiences and celebrate their leadership.

Gamecock Nursing Students Lead Campus Return

As part of UofSC's three-phased return plan, the College of Nursing is among a select few Health Science programs to transition back to face-to-face instruction.

We will make changes together

A Message from Dean Jeannette Andrews and Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusivity Coretta Jenerette.

Frontline Gamecock

MSN student and Clinical Instructor for UofSC's Undergraduate Pediatric Course shares her experience on the frontlines.

Men's Health Month

The goal of Men's Health Month is to heighten the awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection and treatment of disease among men and boys.

World Sickle Cell Awareness Day

My initial interest in sickle cell health management is personal, I have family members with the sickle cell disease.

A Message from Dean Andrews: We must work together to heal our nation.

Our core values of diversity, inclusivity, commitment, caring, integrity, respect, and professionalism are the heart of Gamecock Nursing Nation.

Cancer Stories on National Cancer Survivors Day

CON faculty & cancer survivors share their life-changing journey of surviving cancer.

Thank a Health Care worker Campaign

Women's Health Month

As I began to reflect, it was clear to me the importance of recognizing women's health and healthcare issues, not only as an individual, but the impact that women's healthcare issues have on families, communities, and populations.

Mental Health Month

Feelings of distress are reasonable responses to crisis. Focus on things that you can control.

DNP: Evidence-based Projects Into Practice

DNP students work with a mentoring team of CON faculty and project site champions on their chosen quality improvement projects.

I was a nurse on the front lines of Ebola

Nurses on the front lines of a pandemic need education, training, and institutional support.

Nurses Week and the Class of 2020

A message from Dean Jeannette Andrews honoring all nurses.

International Midwifery Day With Dr. Rhonda R. Johnson

Certified Nurse Midwife Ronda Johnson speaks about her experience as a midwife and the common myths of midwifery.

Make every second count

Rosina Fadul, 2015 BSN, shares her experiences as a nurse on the frontlines in New Jersey during COVID-19.

A Legacy of Nursing

Nursing runs in the family for Daniella Kucherina, a senior student in the BSN program at South Carolina.

Going strong: Fourth cohort touts 100% NCLEX pass rate

The BSN class of December 2019 is the fourth consecutive cohort at UofSC Nursing to recieve a 100% first-time pass rate on the NCLEX.

National Public Health Week

In the midst of the most challenging public health crisis of our lifetimes, it's more important than ever to celebrate public health.

4.3.20 COVID-19 Update From Dean Andrews

My message today is simply, thank you.

Faculty Essay- Look for Nurses

Little by little the world is starting to SEE nurses - not the TV character version, but the real deal. The smart, dedicated, skilled, caring, professional nurse. The nurse who cares for patients who are really, really sick.

Frontline Gamecocks

We hear from our alumni and students on their experiences working on the frontlines during COVID-19.

 

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