School of Nursing News
The School of Nursing educates nurses at the undergraduate and graduate levels to meet health care needs in Nevada and beyond. The School of Nursing promotes, improves, and sustains human health through evidence-based education and advances in research and practice.
Current Nursing News
University among just 10 programs in the country recognized by National League for Nursing for high standards in educational excellence and visionary leadership.
June Cho of UNLV's School of Nursing moved to Las Vegas last year after more than 20 years on the East Coast, eager to discover what life is like in the West.
Health Care Administration and Policy professor Jay Shen works to increase understanding and use of palliative care among Asian-Americans.
Thirteen UNLV programs ranked within nation’s top 100 in U.S. News & World Report’s annual list of top graduate and professional schools.
UNLV Nursing will use grant funds to develop continuing education and advanced training programs in high-need areas for Nevada nurses; school also growing undergrad programs to meet statewide need.
Nursing In The News
Lauren Shipton wanted something other than a career as a professional dancer on the Strip. With a passion for caretaking and physiology, nursing seemed like the ideal fit.
UNLV School of Nursing was named a National Center of Excellence.
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) has been named a National Center of Excellence for Nursing Education by the National League for Nursing (NLN) in recognition of their educational excellence and visionary leadership. The university was one of 10 programs nationwide to be named a Center of Excellence by the NLN, the leading professional organization for nurse educators.
The National League for Nursing has named UNLV's School of Nursing as a Center of Excellence for 2019. It's one of just 10 programs nationwide to receive the award.
When it comes to fixing Nevada’s well-documented doctor shortage, much of the attention has focused on the opening of UNLV’s medical school and the expansion of physician residency options in Southern Nevada. But there is another, often-overlooked piece of the state’s healthcare puzzle.
Several teenagers gathered around a lifelike manikin lying in a hospital bed to learn how to use a stethoscope to listen for abnormalities in its heart or lungs.