Dr. McEwen, expert border-health researcher and mentor, was honored with the Ruth B. Freeman Award for her distinguished career in public health education and research.
The UA College of Nursing is only the fourth nursing school in the United States and the first in Arizona to become a HSHPS member.
Presenters will include Dr. Ann Marie Chiasson from the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine, and Khevin Barnes, cancer survivor and award-winning comedy magician.
Elizabeth Knight is a family nurse practitioner and recent DNP/PhD graduate of the UA College of Nursing who is helping underserved patients in Southern Arizona.
Patients were able to go to the doctor's office on wheels on Thursday, thanks to the Mobile Health Program and UA nurse practitioner Elizabeth Knight.
Each year, approximately 2,400 people in Southern Arizona receive health-care services through the unique, interprofessional UA Mobile Health Program.
Assistant Professor Kim Shea discusses how telehealth and nursing can help transform the way people receive health care.
Clinical Assistant Professor Christy Pacheco, director of the Rural Health Professions Program at the UA College of Nursing, discusses preparing students to work in rural areas.
The Arizona State Board of Nursing Program Outcome Index includes 38 nursing schools and is based on RN licensure and graduation rates for the 2014 calendar year.
More than 300 students are pursuing their Doctor of Nursing Practice degree—the highest level of education for nurse practitioners—through the University of Arizona.