|CU Nursing dean: Let’s boldly transform health — together|
In a robust call for change, College of Nursing Dean Elias Provencio-Vasquez rallied his team on Oct. 14 in his first State of the College address with the University of Colorado.
|As nitrous oxide catches on in birthing rooms, CU Nursing blazes research trail|
As nitrous oxide (aka laughing gas) re-emerges in U.S. birthing centers, we are leading the way. Again. See how.
|Nurse-Midwifery graduate wins Fulbright|
CU Nursing alumna Heather Mena (MSN, ’18) recently won a prestigious Fulbright award for research on the practices and cultural traditions of midwives in Ecuador.
|HELLP syndrome in pregnancy – what to look for|
In recognition of National Midwifery Week (Sept. 30-Oct. 5), we want to commend our Certified Nurse Midwifes, who dedicate themselves to transforming women’s health care through education, research and clinical practice.
|Putting Children First - A never ending story|
When asked how she sees herself, Dr. Lynn Howe Gilbert, PhD, CPNP, RNC, FAAN, has said that, even before nurse or teacher, her identity is primarily as a child advocate.
By Eben Carsey, MD
|Creepy creatures, dangerous stigmas and deadly oversights: Premiere poster presentation covers it all|
Creepy creatures, dangerous stigmas and deadly oversights were part of CU Nursing’s premiere student poster presentation last week. Two dozen students highlighted their work, bringing the Education 2 Bridge to life with scholarly discussions and 75-plus attendees. Check out a snapshot of the research on display.
|Vaccines older adults need|
Did you skip your flu shot last year? You are not alone. Learn about the different types of flu shots.
|School nurse Marnie McKercher pursues her dream while expanding her role|
School nurse Marnie McKercher pursues her dream while expanding her role
|Summer internship teaches Pine Ridge students|
faculty members mentored two Oglala Sioux high school students focused on
health sciences careers this summer. The young women hope to harness college
educations in improving living conditions on their Pine Ridge Reservation
|Welcomes, awards and tunes greet doctoral students|
Doctoral students welcomed back with food, music, shades.
|Mass casualties to substance abuse: Trauma nursing book tackles new-world issues|
mass casualties to substance abuse — our own trauma expert Mary Beth Flynn
Makic co-edited a book that shares new research and evolving challenges facing
|Disease detective finds her niche|
Disease detective finds her niche. Dual degree grad, Erin Blau, found her dream job after graduating from CU Nursing with DNP/MPH in 2017. Discover what being an Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer with the CDC entails.
|Passing the torch: Mothers inspire daughters in nursing careers|
of our recent PhD graduates gravitated toward each other while in school and
soon found a shared trait: They all had nursing in their blood.
|CU Center for Midwifery Longmont readies for move|
New partnership aimed at aligning patient-focused philosophies of care.
|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.