Communications Specialist for the schools of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences
Articles by Kevin Dunegan
Research | November 1, 2014
During the past decade, UNLV’s Schools of Allied Health Sciences and Nursing have expanded their research programs and boosted collaboration among faculty investigators in support of the university’s vision of becoming a major research institution. The following profiles demonstrate the diversity and depth of the two schools’ research projects.
People | September 19, 2014
The assistant professor of nursing says she wants to be the kind of professor who inspires young people to believe they can do anything.
Campus News | August 20, 2014
Students get enhanced clinical training through focused learning with staff nurses and lower instructor-to-student ratio. Partnership began at Summerlin Hospital in 2012, expands to Spring Valley Hospital this fall.
Research | June 9, 2014
Professor’s research examines how much cosmic radiation is too much, and what damage it can cause.
Business and Community | May 12, 2014
Although patients may stop in an emergency room or doctor's office for a medical issue, an underlying mental health need might be interfering with their wellbeing as well. The Nursing School retooled its curriculum to ensure all of its students are ready to treat such patients.
Campus News | January 8, 2014
School recognized for master's program, which offers two tracks—family nurse practitioner and nurse educator, both offered totally online.
People | October 10, 2013
A childhood fascination with space exploration eventually led to a full-time role at NASA for a health physics professor.