Moments of Pride: Andrew Harris (B.S.’16/N)

In another Moments of Pride post celebrating our nursing alumni, VCU School of Nursing is sharing perspective from Andrew Harris (B.S.‘16/N), a clinical nurse III in the General Rehabilitation department at VCU Health.  Q. What do you enjoy most about being a nurse? A. My favorite part of being a nurse is getting to know […]

Moments of Pride: Robyn Bartholomew (B.S.‘10/N)

We’re thrilled to share another VCU School of Nursing alumna’s experience working as a nurse in our Moments of Pride series. Meet Robyn Bartholomew (B.S.‘10/N), RN, who works as a perioperative nurse on the orthopedic surgery team at VCU Health.  Q. What do you enjoy most about being a nurse? A.  Besides being the trustworthy […]

Ana Diallo accepted into PRIDE-CVD Summer Institute

Ana F. Diallo, Ph.D., M.P.H., RN, assistant professor at the VCU School of Nursing and a faculty member of VCU’s Institute of Inclusion, Inquiry & Innovation (iCubed), has been accepted into the Program to Increase Diversity in Cardiovascular Health-Related Research (PRIDE-CVD) Summer Institute. A highly competitive faculty development program sponsored by the National Heart, Lung, and […]

R.K. Elswick serves as a guest editor for Cancer Nursing

R.K. Elswick, Ph.D., professor and biostatistician at the VCU School of Nursing, is a guest editor along with Sarah Kagan and G.J. Melendez Torres on the Evidence Synthesis Theme Issue of Cancer Nursing. For a limited time, the entire theme issue has been made available to be viewed on the Cancer Nursing website without a […]

Moments of Pride: Nicole Downey (B.S.’19/N)

In continuing our Moments of Pride series and celebrating nurses all month, here’s another alumna sharing why she loves being a nurse and how her education prepared her for her role, especially in light of the current unprecedented health care challenges. Meet Nicole Downey (B.S.’19/N), a registered nurse on an inpatient unit at VCU Health, […]

Moments of Pride: Kathy Baker (M.S.’94/N; Ph.D.’11/N)

In continuing our Moments of Pride series and our celebration of Nurses Week, the VCU School of Nursing is proud to highlight another alumna sharing why she loves nursing, how her education has prepared her for the current pandemic and more. Meet Kathy Baker (M.S.‘94/N; Ph.D.’11/N), associate chief nurse and associate vice president at the […]

Nurses Week: Jeannette Kim, M.S. class of 2021

During Nurses Week 2020, VCU School of Nursing shared each day why students love being a part of the most trusted profession on earth. Although Nurses Week has passed, we still have another great story to share. Meet Jeannette Kim, a current student in our master’s program, nursing administration and leadership concentration. Jeannette is a […]

Moments of Pride: Peggie Powell (DNP’18/N)

In continuing our Moments of Pride series, the VCU School of Nursing is sharing additional alumni perspective on why they love nursing and more. Meet Peggie Powell (DNP’18/N), FNP-BC, a family nurse practitioner in the Outpatient Pain Management Clinic at VCU Health’s Community Memorial Hospital in South Hill, Virginia. Peggie was part of the first […]

Nurses Week 2020: Lee Van Sise, DNP class of 2022

During Nurses Week 2020, VCU School of Nursing has been sharing each day why students love being a part of the most trusted profession on earth. In our final post celebrating this observance, we’re featuring DNP student Lee Van Sise, M.B.A., B.S.N., RN, NEA-BC, interim chief nursing officer at Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center. Q.  What […]

Moments of Pride: Jennifer McAdoo (B.S.‘13/N; M.S.‘18/N)

In continuing our Moments of Pride series, the VCU School of Nursing is sharing additional alumni perspective on why they love nursing and more. Meet Jennifer McAdoo (B.S.‘13/N; M.S.‘18/N), AGPCNP, who works in sleep medicine at Bon Secours, where she assists patients who have sleep apnea, insomnia and narcolepsy.  Q. What do you enjoy most […]