In The News: School of Nursing
UNLV is hoping to increase interest in its nursing program this week through a one-of-a-kind event called ‘Nurse Camp.’ It’s also part of a more significant effort to address a nationwide issue of a nurse shortage.
A new summer camp at UNLV's nursing program aims to grow the next generation of nurses.
The Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) has rewarded the University of Nevada Las Vegas School of Nursing with a $900,000 grant. UNLV will put the grant toward expanding new advanced training opportunities and continuing education for nurses.
An assistant professor at the University of Nevada Las Vegas is doing all that she can to help pregnant women get screened for perinatal depression. Marcia Clevesy, DNP, has been working at a Las Vegas clinic to improve screenings and documentation on a local level, particularly for postpartum depression.
University of Nevada-Las Vegas will increase the number of students in its nursing program from 56 to 76 per semester, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Michigan, Nevada, and Tennessee.
There's an elevated need for highly trained nurses in Nevada and initiatives will boost training opportunities for our state's existing nurse workforce, and expand admissions to UNLV's undergraduate program. UNLV's School of Nursing is raising the bar, to meet the demand.
If you are looking for a rewarding and lucrative career in healthcare, look no further than registered nursing in the state of Nevada. Not only are nurses in demand in the state, but they are paid handsomely as well.
Pregnant women and new moms have to go to so many health checkups. But oftentimes, maternal mental health is overlooked.
13 UNLV programs, including 8 from the William S. Boyd School of Law, ranked among the top 100 in U.S. News & World Report's annual collection of top graduate and professional schools.
Nevadans need more nurses. Demand nationally will increase by 15 percent between now and 2026, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. And nursing is great for Nevadans: With a median pay of $70,000 per year, the field offers a solid middle-class lifestyle.
Disturbing new details have emerged on the alleged murder of a Las Vegas valley 2-year-old child.
Nevada needs more nurses, and with the help of a $900,000 grant from the Governor's Office of Economic Development, UNLV's School of Nursing hopes to meet that demand.