Since earning her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University Of Arizona College of Nursing in 1998, Anabell Castro-Thompson’s star has ascended.
Inquiry into integrative therapies may usher an ancient practice meant to improve emotional and physical wellbeing into cancer survivorship programs.
With a strong statistics background, UA College of Nursing Professor Alla Sikorskii, PhD, MS, sets her mind to testing new integrative health approaches in the newest possible ways.
Judith S. Gordon, PhD, professor, joined the Community and Systems Health Science Division at the College of Nursing on March 1, 2017.
Terry Badger’s current research focuses on interventions intended to strengthen the social and spiritual wellbeing of Latinas and their caregivers.
Lois Loescher, PhD, RN, FAAN, will soon release results from an adaptation of her Students Are Sun-Safe (SASS) program tailored for high school students living along the U.S.-Mexico border.
A divide of misunderstanding too often separates Native American cancer patients from the nurses who care for them.
Multi-funder initiative aims to help reach National Academy of Medicine goal to build the next generation of PhD-prepared nursing leaders.
Cutting-edge simulation technology was made possible by a five-year, $250,000 grant from the Marshall Foundation, a long-time supporter of education at the UA.
Danielle Bragg (BSN '16) is one of six nurses offered a position in the six-month, OR RN Residency Program at UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica.