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‘Be flexible and be teachable,’ and other advice from VCU grads who’ve become chief nursing officers

More than 35 Virginia Commonwealth University School of Nursing alums have risen through the ranks to become chief nursing officers (CNO), a top-level administrative role that involves leading teams of nurses within a health care environment. Although they do not provide direct care to patients, CNOs are responsible for ensuring overall clinical and patient care standards. In […]

Medical Racism and the Maternal Health Crisis Lecture for Women’s History Month

In recognition of Women’s History Month and as part of its Lectureship Series, the VCU School of Nursing will host a keynote speaker and panel discussion on the topic “Medical Racism and the Maternal Health Crisis” on Monday, March 14, noon to 1 p.m. in Room 1011. The keynote speaker will be Dr. Deirdre Cooper Owens, […]

Master’s and DNP Programs Virtual Open House

Join VCU School of Nursing’s Virtual Open House on Feb. 2, 7-8:30 p.m., to learn more about the nurse executive and nurse practitioner options in our Master’s and DNP programs. The event will feature conversations with faculty, admission counselors and school leadership. Attendees will receive an email with a log-in link approximately 24 hours before […]

VCU Langston Center inducts four new Affiliate Scholars

The VCU Langston Center for Innovation in Quality and Safety recently held a virtual induction ceremony to welcome four new Affiliate Scholars. The Affiliate Scholars form a network of interprofessional experts from across universities and health systems nationwide that advises the center on its programs and collaborates to address challenges in health care. “The Affiliate […]

Registration is open for Reunion Weekend

VCU School of Nursing classes ending in ‘1 or ‘6, grand alumni and St. Philip alumnae are invited to join a virtual celebration of Reunion Weekend, April 16-18!  Registration is now open! Though this year will look a little different than past years, you can expect fun and engaging virtual events to reconnect with the […]

VCU School of Nursing recognizes newest graduates

VCU School of Nursing recognized 134 new graduates as part of VCU’s Fall 2020 virtual commencement ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 12. School of Nursing graduates also received a digital commencement program listing the award winners and graduate names and received a link to a video message from Dean Jean Giddens to mark the occasion. Congratulations […]

Information session for the Graduate Certificate in Health Care Innovation

Wednesday, October 73:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. Join faculty and staff from the VCU School of Nursing and VCU da Vinci Center for Innovation to learn about a new graduate certificate program that will make it simpler for those with an interest in innovation to develop products and solutions to challenges facing the health care industry. We will share some general information […]

Join us for a discussion on clinical research during COVID

Please join VCU School of Nursing faculty members Patricia Kinser, Ph.D. (B.S.’03/N; M.S.’04/N; Cert.’04/N), and Lathika Mohanraj (Ph.D.’08/M; B.S.’14/N), for an online discussion of “Clinical research during COVID” on Wednesday, Aug. 5, 2-3 p.m. Kinser is studying how the health crisis has affected pregnant women and new mothers and Mohanraj is researching how it has affected stem-cell transplantation patients. […]

Nurses Week 2020: AGPCNP student Luke Balmer

In celebration of Nurses Week 2020, VCU School of Nursing is sharing each day why students love being part of the most trusted profession on earth.  Meet Luke Balmer, a master’s degree student, adult gerontology primary care nurse practitioner concentration, who works in the Coronary ICU at VCU Health. Q. What do you enjoy most […]

Nurses Week 2020: Cydney James, traditional B.S. class of 2021

In celebration of Nurses Week 2020, VCU School of Nursing is sharing each day why students chose to become part of the most trusted profession on earth. “I want to be a nurse because I have seen firsthand how selfless and devoted nurses are. Nurses are the ones at the patient’s bedside and who take […]

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