The University of Miami School of Nursing & Health Studies celebrated Patient Safety Awareness.
SONHS faculty, Dr. Johis Ortega and a group of volunteer graduate students are in Thomonde, Haiti this week, on a mission to provide healthcare needs to the local populace. We congratulate our faculty and students for their service and dedication.
The UM chapter of the NSNA is enthusiastic about developing the future vision and programming of the UM NSNA.
Caroline Swets, a senior in the traditional BSN program at the University of Miami School of Nursing and Health Studies, had an impactful psychiatric mental-health clinical nursing practice experience.
The UM chapter of the NSNA is thriving under new leadership its new leaders, judging by the span of events spearheaded by this dynamic organization in the Fall 2012 semester alone.
Students from Ponce de Leon Middle School in Coral Gables, Florida visited the University of Miami School of Nursing and Health Studies on November 6th, where accelerated-BSN students hosted a Mini Health Fair and Health Teaching session tailored specifically to this adolescent audience.
Students enrolled in Population Focused Nursing (NUR 440) are utilizing their accumulating body of healthcare knowledge to deliver wellness education and health screenings to a variety of populations, including under-served groups, in the School’s own backyard of Dade County, Florida.