School of Nursing News
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Current Nursing News
Nursing professor and mental health advocate talks about the importance of treating root causes of mental health instead of pushing patients through the system.
A collection of news stories highlighting research, health, and community at UNLV.
Three daughters of UNLV nursing alums following in their parents' footsteps.
UNLV's Nurse Camp lets local high schoolers get hands on with the job and learn from current students what an education in nursing has to offer.
Former dean Carolyn Sabo, who helped oversee nursing evolve from department to its own school, retires after 37 years at UNLV.
School of Nursing grad Mason Montano turns his attention to Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at UNLV after spending years working in hospitals.
Nursing In The News
The UNLV School of Nursing will join students from the Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine and Dentistry School to place themselves inside the lives of a family living on low income during what they call a "Poverty Simulation" Saturday.
Approximately 160 students from UNLV’s schools of nursing, medicine, and dentistry learned some valuable lessons Saturday that will help them better understand many of their patients as they move forward in their healthcare careers.
Today, Representatives Steven Horsford (NV-04), Jesús G. “Chuy” García (IL-04), and Nannette Diaz Barragán (CA-44) introduced a resolution to designate September 22 as National Hispanic Nurses Day to recognize the strength and dedication of Hispanic nurses and thank them for their service to their communities.
U.S. News & World Report’s 2022 edition of its “Best Colleges” rankings once again names the University of Nevada, Las Vegas among the most diverse universities in the country.
Researchers have known for some time that a person’s zip code can have as much of an impact on their health as their own genetics.
Tonopah Primary Care has seen almost double the amount of patients since the COVID-19 pandemic.