Experts In The News

January 21, 2022
Looking at the graph of cases in Nevada, one state health official noted in a recent conversation with state lawmakers that there are "very, very early" indications of stabilization as the growth rate of new cases appears to be slowing down.
January 21, 2022

Nevada’s adoption of a new child car seat law has separated it from states with the weakest regulations for preventing traffic fatalities, according to a safety advocacy group.

January 21, 2022

When UNLV researchers want to predict the path of the pandemic they pop open a manhole.

January 21, 2022

It’s been two years since the first case of the COVID-19 coronavirus was reported in the U.S., but when will the outbreak transition from a pandemic to an endemic?

January 21, 2022

It’s been two years since the first case of the COVID-19 coronavirus was reported in the U.S., but when will the outbreak transition from a pandemic to an endemic?

January 21, 2022

Hospital staffing remains in ‘crisis’ as hospital bed occupancy rises to 98% in Clark County

KCLV Channel 2
January 21, 2022
Hospitals around Las Vegas continue to struggle with staffing issues. Nurses are part of that equation. While nursing shortages are nothing new, they have increased due to burnout from the COVID-19 pandemic. Still, local nursing programs like the UNLV School of Nursing are seeing an increased interest in new students who want to step in to help and learn. We take you inside some of their training at the Clinical Simulation Center of Las Vegas to see how they get some hands-on experience before they join the workforce!
January 21, 2022
Governor Steve Sisolak announced an effort to recruit nursing students across Nevada to help overwhelmed hospitals across the state.