|New Nursing dean sees boundless potential|
Growing up in a large family, especially as the middle child, tends to enhance a person’s powers of observation. So it was for Elias Provencio-Vasquez, new dean of the CU College of Nursing.
|Celebrating the first birth at our new midwifery clinic|
Amy Quinn was the first natural birth at CU College of Nursing’s new Longmont clinic. Ana Williams was the delivering nurse-midwife.
|The Passing of a Legend|
Faculty emeritus Vicki Erickson, PhD, leaves a rich legacy
|Why delivery with the University Nurse-Midwives clinic changed Stephanie Finnie's life|
Stephanie Finnie's first child birth was in a hospital under a rigid plan. The customized, caring plan Stephanie received for her second child at the University Nurse-Midwives clinic changed her life.
|College of Nursing Named Top 50 Master of Science in Nursing Online for 2018||9/10/2018||2018|
|Grand Rounds August 20, 2018: Why Don’t We Do What’s Good For Us?|
Dr. Paul Cook explores how two systems in our brain can explain our health behaviors.
|University of Colorado announces new dean to lead the College of Nursing|
The University of Colorado Board of Regents approved the Sept. 1 appointment of Elias Provencio-Vasquez, RN, PhD, as the new dean of the CU College of Nursing at the Anschutz Medical Campus.
|Memories of a CU Centenarian|
101-year-old CU College of Nursing Alum Agnes Hansen reminisces about her time at CU, what got her into nursing and what nursing was like in the 1930s and ‘40s.
|CU Nursing Student Reunites with Oncology Nurse|
Olivia, a CU Nursing student, battled cancer at age 16 - which inspired her to become a nurse. During class at the CU College of Nursing, her professor recognized her, the instructor had been her nurse in the Children's Oncology unit.
|The Health Effects of Child Separation|
University of Colorado College of Nursing professor explains the health effects of child separation through her research of the separation of adolescent women and their fathers.
|Second Chances - Columbine Survivor Overcomes PTSD, Jail and Heroin Addiction to Turn Life Around|
Nicholas Antonio is a Columbine survivor and patient of the University of Colorado College of Nursing Sheridan Health Services Clinic where he is in recovery almost one year using medication and mental health assisted treatments.
|3 Questions for Erica Sherer|
The CEO of Sheridan Health Services explores why the clinic was recognized as a health care innovator.
|CU Nursing student wins honorable mention in the Arnold P. Gold Foundation's 2018 essay contest|
Congratulations to Catherine Brannan, a student in the CU College of Nursing, for being named one of the 2018 Honorable Mention winners in the Arnold P. Gold Foundation’s 2018 Hope Babette Tang Humanism in Healthcare Essay Contest.
|Grand Rounds July 9, 2018: Nurse Family Partnership Nurse Residency Program|
In 2016, CU Nursing launched the Nurse Family Partnership (NFP) Nurse Residency Program to train newly graduated nurses working in the NFP, a maternal-child public health nurse home visiting organization.
|PhD student studies organizational change to improve the work environment for nurse leaders|
When PhD student Lindsey Tarasenko enrolled in the Health Care Systems Research Program, she was determined to research nursing leadership. According to Tarasenko, nursing units are often turbulent, as there are different process and procedures that are followed in each unit. When nurse leaders are given the task of project management, they do not have the proper resources to manage their unit, and the organization and their unit can have unintended consequences because they are not trained in project management—their education is in clinical nursing.