Matthew Robertson, a current participant of UI’s College of Nursing Online Nurse Residency Program at UnityPoint St. Luke's Sioux City, recently won the 2016 Innovations in Patient Care Award for his poster presentation, which was titled “Reducing Anxiety and Distress with Pediatric Blood Samples.”
UI College of Nursing is Iowa's leader in making advanced degrees more accessible to registered nurses through online program
By Sara Diedrich | Iowa Now | 5/31/2016
Amy Haskins always wanted to complete a bachelor’s degree in nursing, but life always seemed to get in the way of her dream.
Second-oldest University of Iowa residence hall coming down
By Sara Epstein Moninger | Iowa Now | 5/17/2016
It’s a family affair. With a mother and two aunts experiencing successful careers in nursing, this segment of the health care industry has seemingly always been a part of Sharon Taylor’s heritage. Although she initially wasn’t sure which clinical or research specialty to pursue, particularly in her youth, Taylor firmly believes she was always destined to be a part of the profession.
Helping in times of trouble – a family affair
By Jake Bourgeois | The Kalona News | 5/18/2016
The husband and wife duo of Jerry and Traci Zahradnek between them have nearly 50 years of experience working with the Kalona First Responders. With daughter Maddi approaching her one-year anniversary of service, the household will hit that mark even sooner.
Catrina Jargo, a second-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing student from Teeds Grove, Iowa, was recently awarded an internship from the National Center for Rural Health Professions.
Professor Stephanie Gilbertson-White, PhD, APRN-BC, was recently awarded a Junior Faculty Career Development Award from the National Palliative Care Research Center (NPCRC), an institution that was established to improve care for patients with serious illness, including the needs of their families, by promoting palliative care research.
Professor Ruth Grossmann, PhD, RN, recently offered some nutritional guidance and identified common mistakes people make when trying to fight obesity.
In recently released rankings, the University of Iowa College of Nursing moved up to No. 20 in National Institutes of Health (NIH) funding for Schools/Colleges of Nursing.
WASHINGTON – In recognition of the achievements of the Council in advancing nursing science, a joint reception with Friends of the National Institute of Nursing Research (FNINR) will be held at the 2016 State of the Science Congress and a special research grant will be awarded to a nurse scientist.