The University of Utah College of Nursing offers a wide range of programs, including Bachelor of Science, Master of Science, Doctor of Nursing Practice, PhD, and Dual DNP-PhD. Eligible students can study through distance learning—online programs include RN-BS baccalaureate track, all MS programs, and select DNP tracks. The college also offers undergraduate and graduate certificates, specialized training in gerontology, and experiential education through the College of Nursing Simulation Center.
U of U Health ranks 41st out of 500 recognized organizations in the US, and the only health care provider from Utah to receive the designation.
Dr. Kathi Mooney received a U of U Distinguished Research Award and Dr. Michelle Litchman received a U of U Presidential Public Impact Scholars Award.
Community health workers have taken on an expansive role as essential workers on the frontlines of COVID-19. Now, they can receive COVID-19 support sessions through Caring Connections.
Associate Professor (Clinical) Dr. Linda Hofmann shares her wellness tips for a balanced life.
The Utah Organization of Nurse Leaders presented 2022 Excellence Awards to two University of Utah College of Nursing faculty leaders.
The CON will increase enrollment in its prelicensure track by 25% over the next year by admitting students three times per year.
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Roughly one in nine Americans live with diabetes. Michelle Litchman, PhD, devotes herself to meeting the needs of people with diabetes.
Nanci and Charles McLeskey are passionate about supporting the next generation of health professionals through the Nanci S. and Charles H. McLeskey Endowed Scholarship.
Year after year national surveys rank University of Utah Health as a premier academic health center. But why do faculty and staff enjoy living and working in Utah?
“Gerontologists can help remove barriers and biases that often influence the medical care or lack of medical care that older adults receive."
Utah’s rural communities have a shortage of health care providers. The Advanced Nursing Education Workforce program hopes to improve it.
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