|After two decades, Amy Barton leaves administrative post — and legacy — behind|
Amy Barton, who spearheaded the creation of the University of Colorado College
of Nursing’s clinical enterprise, to step down from administrative post.
|CU faculty on Big Data mission to highlight nursing value|
Pair share progress in making data shareable, comparable, useful
|Like grandmother, like granddaughter|
Newly inducted CU Nursing student Iris Heidenfelder follows her grandmother's example and enrolls at CU. At 5, Heidenfelder had such a passion for healthcare she got her first set of scrubs and practiced on stuffed animals.
|Feeding his passion: CU Nursing faculty member hits the streets in hepatitis A battle|
CU Nursing faculty member Scott Harpin volunteers for major city vaccination campaign aimed at protecting the homeless population.
|From UTIs to opioids: CU Nursing presents at national conference|
CU Nursing faculty and staff joined colleagues from around the nation at the 2019 Nurse Practitioner Symposium in Keystone.
|Who’s looking after the kids? CU Nursing-led group plays top national role in protecting our children|
over the task 24 years ago, CU Nursing Professor Marilyn
Krajicek, PhD, and team have gained a
reputation for their work as the “gold standard” of standards aimed at
protecting the nation’s children.
|A luminary walks among us: Nightingale award-winner noted for innovative military program|
Professor Mona Pearl Treyball won the top nursing award for her outstanding dedication to the nation's
|New book aimed at closing critical gap in doctor of nursing practice programs|
Groundbreaking. A “must-read.” Written to change the way the
DNP thinks. Those are descriptions of a new book created by CU Nursing faculty.
Students, clinicians and instructors: Look for “Leadership and Systems
Improvement for the DNP,” which releases on Aug. 1.
|Ballroom healing: CU Nursing director dances toward recovery|
CU Nursing’s Linda Johnson accidently fell in love with ballroom
dancing four-plus years ago when battling cancer No. 3. Today, the artistic
sport is her go-to physical and emotional therapy.
|At four-year mark, helicopter crash victim and wife reflect on life-saving medical care|
July 3 marks four years since a Flight for Life helicopter fell to the
ground during a failed takeoff and burst into flames in Frisco, killing the
pilot. One of the severely burned flight nurses recently guest lectured during
a CU Nursing class because of a special connection with our campus.
|50 years later: Alumni reflect on valuable education, good times during History Center tour|
Alumni visit the CU Nursing History Center on a trip to Denver and Aurora.
|Mental health issues take center stage. CU Nursing program responds.|
For the past two
College of Nursing faculty and staff members have been working with
students, alumni and other health care experts, creating a curriculum that prepares
its Family Nurse Practitioner graduates for today’s complex medical needs.
|Top honors, school spirit, powerful research: It’s a win-WIN conference for CU Nursing|
2019 WIN conference with Dean Elias Provencio-Vasquez and student researchers.
|‘Masking the truth’ builds better nurses, says creative-learning expert|
Dr. JoAnn Crownover presents in at Grand Rounds.
|2019 Staff & Faculty Awards for CU College of Nursing|
2019 Staff & Faculty Awards