Nursing - Diverse Health

Amber Hughes Named VSU College of Nursing And Health Sciences Top Graduate

by Jessica Pope | April 29, 2019
Amber Mariah Hughes of Macon, Georgia, is the recipient of the Spring 2019 President’s Award [...] Read more

Tulane University, WHIV to Launch Inaugural Public Health Film Festival

by Keith Brannon | April 19, 2019
The Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, community radio station 10 [...] Read more

OHSU Study Offers Hope For People With Multiple Sclerosis

by Elizabeth Hayes | April 19, 2019
In multiple sclerosis, the immune system eats away at the sheath that protects the nerves, disr [...] Read more

When Medical Schools Become Less Diverse

by Adam Harris | April 19, 2019
At Texas Tech University’s medical school, just 4 percent of students are Black; 13 percent a [...] Read more

Hagerstown Community College Nursing Program Continues to Earn High Marks

by Alexis Fitzpatrick | April 15, 2019
There are a number of reasons that Program Coordinator Robin Hill believes the Practical Nursin [...] Read more

How The NYU School of Medicine is Going Tuition-Free

by Lesley Stahl | April 08, 2019
Going to medical school today takes more than ambition, good grades in biology in college, and [...] Read more

Need For Nurses: Quad-Cities Colleges, Health Care Providers Work to Meet Growing Demand

by Matt Enright and Megan Valley | April 01, 2019
We’re always going to need nurses. That’s what many Quad-Cities college students hear while [...] Read more

Dr. Seleem Choudhury Named President of UVM Health Network/Porter Medical Center

by Monica Levitan | March 27, 2019
Dr. Seleem Choudhury has been named the president and chief operating officer of the University [...] Read more