In The News: School of Nursing

Las Vegas Review Journal
July 22, 2020

It’s strange how getting a haircut, grabbing a bite to eat and planning a vacation have become so fraught with a sense of anxiety verging on impending doom over the past few months.

Las Vegas Review Journal
July 22, 2020

It’s strange how getting a haircut, grabbing a bite to eat and planning a vacation have become so fraught with a sense of anxiety verging on impending doom over the past few months.

Las Vegas Review Journal
July 22, 2020

It’s strange how getting a haircut, grabbing a bite to eat and planning a vacation have become so fraught with a sense of anxiety verging on impending doom over the past few months.

Las Vegas Review Journal
July 22, 2020

It’s strange how getting a haircut, grabbing a bite to eat and planning a vacation have become so fraught with a sense of anxiety verging on impending doom over the past few months.

KSNV-TV: News 3
July 17, 2020

University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) nursing student Alyssa Macleod spent time over the last few months taking classes through distance learning due to COVID-19.

KCLV Channel 2
July 2, 2020

Deans of the UNLV Dental and Nursing schools Lily T. Garcia and Angela Amar discuss ways medical professionals are working to make doctor visits safe.

In Focus
July 1, 2020

Rhigel “Jay” Tan, DNP, APRN, RN, PMHNP, GNP, ANP, FAAN, was standing in line at a Las Vegas Target store with a shopping cart full of pool noodles, the colorful flotation devices often seen at beaches and pools. A family in front of him in line were intrigued. The husband asked Tan, “What are you going to do with all those pool noodles?”

Las Vegas Review Journal
June 8, 2020

Mark StHilaire knew he had high blood pressure when he was diagnosed with COVID-19, but he didn’t realize that the underlying health condition put him at risk of serious complications from the disease.

KTNV-TV: ABC 13
June 2, 2020

UNLV School of Nursing posted to its twitter page today that students are supporting the community and have bought water, medical kits and snacks for protesters.

KTNV-TV: ABC 13
May 26, 2020

Pandemic pressure and stress are being blamed for people’s declining mental health. Recent studies have found more than 40% of Americans fall into that category and the impacts may linger long after COVID-19.

El Tiempo
May 6, 2020

There may never have been another point (at least in our generation) where the work, sacrifices, and impact of nurses and other health workers were more obvious to so many people than now.

Las Vegas Review Journal
May 6, 2020

There may never have been another point — at least in our lifetimes — when the work, sacrifices and impact of nurses, and other health care workers, were more obvious to so many people than now.