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
Electronic avatars allow professors the ultimate social distancing while remaining present in School of Nursing classrooms.
Great places are made of great people. Here are a few who made the news in 2020.
As the pandemic tightened its grip on Nevada, the nation, and the world, UNLV responded in ways big and small. Members of the media also turned to UNLV's faculty experts for answers.
A sampling of university experts who sounded off on the year’s monumental movements surrounding race, ethnicity, and gender.
Actors help UNLV's School of Nursing students sharpen skills and improve their patient interactions.
UNLV's Student Nursing Association helps bring program to support grieving families to Las Vegas hospital.
Nursing In The News
As the COVID-19 surge continues, hospitals across the United States – including Southern Nevada hospitals – are dealing with the ongoing nursing shortage.
Boarded-up casinos. Little to no traffic. Hardly any pedestrians. The Strip was throwing off some serious post-apocalyptic vibes. Images like that, broadcast around the world, could have broken a lesser city’s spirit.
We conducted a detailed assessment of over 3,000 nursing schools nationwide. We then ranked these institutions by their academic prestige, program breadth and depth, and student success on nursing licensure examinations. Read below to find our national, regional, and state nursing school rankings for 2020.
We’ve been living with COVID-19 for nine months now, and we have more information about how best to prepare our homes for a worst-case scenario. Here’s a handy checklist as we head into Southern Nevada’s colder months.
The Las Vegas plant community has blossomed during the pandemic, a trend that stemmed from people spending more time at home, shop owners say.
Most people know nurses for their bedside presence or caring for individuals with illnesses. However, there is a small proportion of nurses who are scientists or researchers. These researchers devote their efforts to systematically answering questions directed toward understanding and improving the human response to illness and treatment (known as nursing science) or the educational preparation of clinical nurses (known as the science of nurse education). These researchers can be found in academic institutions, in the community or even in a laboratory.