Drs. Usha Menon and Jorge Gomez, principal investigators on the Breast Cancer Research Foundation grant, will target their efforts on the U.S.-Mexico border population.
Clinical Assistant Professor Elizabeth Knight, a family nurse practitioner with the Mobile Health Program, offers tips to help keep your young athletes healthy and safe this season.
Kaitlyn Parks (BSN '15) is enjoying her position at the top-ranked cardiology hospital in the nation thanks to the education she received at the UA College of Nursing.
Arlette Stevens Castaño (MSN '05, BSN '00), a sexual-assault nurse examiner, shares her experience treating survivors and working with police in The Atlantic.
Passionate about improving skin cancer detection, Delaney Stratton (BSN ’15) is pursuing both her PhD to become a nurse-scientist and her DNP to become a family nurse practitioner.
Prior to pursuing nursing, 25-year-old Eric Smith (BSN '16) spent four seasons working as a wildland firefighter, followed by a two-year, volunteer mission to Argentina.
Clinical Associate Professor Theresa Allison is passionate about her chosen profession and the role that a nurse practitioner can assume as a primary option in today’s health care.
The University of Arizona is making efforts to help fill millions of vacant nursing positions across the country by offering an accelerated master's program.
The UA College of Nursing has taken steps to address Arizona’s nursing shortage with record enrollment in its accelerated master’s program for people with university degrees in other fields.
In the Master’s Entry to the Profession of Nursing program, students holding university degrees in other fields can become registered nurses in only 15 months while earning a master’s degree.