Millions of Americans are affected by mental health conditions every year. Iowa’s citizens are certainly not immune; however, University of Iowa College of Nursing Professor Virginia (Ginny) Conley is doing her part to improve the health care provision and lives of those with severe mental illness (SMI) such as a psychotic disorder, bipolar disorder, or major depressive disorder.
Evolving curricula meet the shifting needs of the higher education, employment market
By Tom Snee | Office of Strategic Communication | 5/13/2019
Creating a dental mold is always a time-consuming and uncomfortable process for patients who need a cap or a crown, and the gooey substance used to make the impression tastes bad.
Addressing a mental health care crisis
Nicole Peterson, DNP, ARNP, AGNP-BC has been promoted to Associate Professor (Instructional Track).
With a passion for gerontological nursing, registered nurse Darcy Eibs knew she might someday want to further her education. The key, however, was finding a program that would not only allow her to remain in Laurel, Iowa, but also be flexible enough to accommodate her hectic schedule as a full-time nurse. Enter the University of Iowa’s RN-BSN program, which provides access to baccalaureate education for nurses throughout the state.