Grief is a solitary journey. Every person experiences loss differently and mourns in unique ways. But the people who walk beside you can make all the difference.... Read More
The College of Nursing is an integral part of University of Utah Health and the University of Utah. We are committed to working together to serve the people of Utah and beyond by continually improving the quality of life for individuals and communities. We strive for excellence in education, research, and clinical care, and each mission is vital to our overall success. Diversity and inclusiveness, independent inquiry, and collegiality form the fabric of everyday life for faculty and students.
Jon and Michelle Schmidt’s 21-year-old daughter Annie disappeared while hiking in Oregon in the fall of 2016. In the weeks before her body was found at the bottom of a cliff, the Schmidts found comfort in the people who reached out to them. Schmidt, the “piano guy” in the popular quartet, will speak at this year’s Grief and the Holidays event, “Memories are the Sweetest Gift,” on Saturday, Nov. 11 at 7 p.m. at Olympus Junior High School, 2217 East Murray-Holladay Road... Read More
After several years of caring for older adults, Amy Hartman, BSN '04, noticed the frustration of some of her clients when managing caregiving of patients with dementia. Her company, Solstice Home Health, Hospice and Palliative Care was pivotal in initiating the expansion into Utah of Dementia Dialogues, a training program for professional and family caregivers. ... Read More
After nearly 30 years of teaching and advocating for the profession of nursing, retired Associate Professor Kathleen Kaufman will receive the College of Nursing's 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award.... Read More
The Piano Guys' Jon Schmidt will speak and play at our annual Grief and the Holidays event Nov. 11 at 7 p.m.... Read More
Dr. Ezekiel and Edna Wattis Dumke focused much of their philanthropic giving on the people and institutions who care for patients--mentoring physicians and helping to pay for educational buildings. Fitting, then, that the foundation they started nearly 60 years ago has provided startup funding for the Utah Nursing Consortium—an initiative of the state’s eight publicly funded nursing schools, Brigham Young University and Westminster College. ... Read More