This fall, a group of UT students will learn more about health-care systems in the Americas thanks to a collaboration between the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy and the College of Nursing to host a Diplomacy Lab.
A study by UT’s College of Nursing will seek to understand if a new approach to end-of-life care can improve the quality of life of children with terminal diseases.
A new UT study will examine how the intersection of being both LGBT and a caregiver may elevate a person’s risk of having overall poor health.
Graduates from UT’s College of Nursing had one of the highest pass rates in the 2018 National Council Licensure Exam (NCLEX)—97.2 percent.
The Precious Prints Project, an initiative of the UT College of Nursing’s Student Nurses Association that offers free fingerprint charms to families who have lost a child, recently welcomed four more East Tennessee Covenant Health hospitals to its volunteer network.
One microphone. Ten faculty members. 400 seconds. That’s under seven minutes for each faculty member to explain their unique research.
The College of Nursing’s Vine School Health Center is marking Pediatric Nursing Week 2018 by continuing its growth through expanded telehealth services.
For the sixth year in a row, UT’s Student Nurses Association will host its annual Sprint for the Prints 5K Run and Walk. The event will take place at 9 a.m. on September 29, beginning on Circle Park Drive.
The partnership looks to improve everything from patient wait times to recovery from surgery.
Sandy Cobb first became interested in seizure disorders while working as an EEG technician at the University of North Carolina Medical Center.
Scientists have discovered that disturbed sleep patterns may indicate Alzheimer’s years before symptoms occur, and Alzheimer’s can cause changes in the brain that affect patients’ internal clocks. In an interview featured on the website Being Patient.com, UT nursing professor Karen Rose discusses whether or not sleep medications will benefit loved ones’ with Alzheimer’s. You can
Beginning this month, pediatric nurse practitioners from UT’s College of Nursing will work at the Mountain People’s Health Council in Huntsville, Tennessee, to serve children in Scott County two days a week.