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Presidential challenge to UC: Join Ride Cincinnati to fight...

July 16, 2024

UC President Neville Pinto has again challenged every UC college and unit to send at least one rider to the September 14 Ride Cincinnati event to help fundraise for cancer research and cancer care. UC students ride free. Signup by July 31 for free UC-branded cycling jersey.

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Immersed in learning

July 15, 2024

The UC College of Nursing is transforming curriculum into immersive virtual reality experiences, providing students with more engaging, hands-on, and equitable learning.

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Heat waves in the U.S. kill more people in their homes than...

July 12, 2024

Tasha Turner-Bicknell, an associate professor in the UC College of Nursing, spoke with the Cincinnati Enquirer for a story about heat-related deaths. Many people are dying within their homes during periods of excessive heat and lack of air conditioning is a factor.

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Presidential challenge to UC: Join Ride Cincinnati to fight...

July 16, 2024

UC President Neville Pinto has again challenged every UC college and unit to send at least one rider to the September 14 Ride Cincinnati event to help fundraise for cancer research and cancer care. UC students ride free. Signup by July 31 for free UC-branded cycling jersey.

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Immersed in learning

July 15, 2024

The UC College of Nursing is transforming curriculum into immersive virtual reality experiences, providing students with more engaging, hands-on, and equitable learning.

3

Heat waves in the U.S. kill more people in their homes than...

July 12, 2024

Tasha Turner-Bicknell, an associate professor in the UC College of Nursing, spoke with the Cincinnati Enquirer for a story about heat-related deaths. Many people are dying within their homes during periods of excessive heat and lack of air conditioning is a factor.

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‘Even worse than fentanyl’: Dangerous new drug takes lives in...

July 11, 2024

Tasha Turner-Bicknell, associate professor in the UC College of Nursing, spoke with Local 12 News and The Cincinnati Enquirer for stories about the dangers of nitazenes, strong synthetic opioids developed as alternatives to morphine, but never released to the public due to the high potential for overdose.

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UC Nursing alum continues to further advocacy efforts for LGBTQ+...

June 27, 2024

University of Cincinnati alum Cole Williams, BSN ’23, has continued to stay busy post-graduation. In addition to working at the med-surg floor at Tufts Medical Center, in Boston, he continues to make strides at Pride and Plasma, a group he founded in 2022 to advocate for revising blood and tissue donation guidelines.

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Doctor of Nursing Practice project focuses on multidisciplinary...

June 24, 2024

When considering a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) as the next step in their education, many nurses share concerns regarding the program’s final project. Unlike a traditional doctoral dissertation, the goal of a DNP project is to allow students to showcase their ability to translate knowledge and research into practical applications and solutions to real-world problems, impacting health care outcomes at a systems or population level.

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UC College of Nursing celebrates outstanding preceptors and...

June 21, 2024

To celebrate and thank outstanding practitioners and partners whose commitment inspires the next generation of nurses and advanced practice nurses, the UC College of Nursing recognizes these professionals with the Outstanding Prelicensure Preceptor Award, Outstanding Graduate Preceptor Award and the Outstanding Organization Award.

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Grace Hall’s journey from National Guard to nursing school

June 18, 2024

As a dedicated member of the Army National Guard while balancing classes at the University of Cincinnati, Grace Hall has navigated a challenging but rewarding path toward her ultimate goal — a nursing degree. Her journey, marked by military service and academic excellence, reflects her unwavering commitment to making a difference in the medical field.

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Three sisters, one calling

June 3, 2024

While the three sisters followed different routes within nursing, they shared the passion and drive to help others. Regardless of the path chosen, nursing allowed each one of them to leave their mark and impact their patients and communities.

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UC College of Nursing researcher accepted for prestigious...

May 29, 2024

Samantha Boch, PhD, RN, assistant professor at the University of Cincinnati College of Nursing and affiliate faculty of the James M. Anderson Center for Health Systems Excellence at Cincinnati Children's Hospital is one of 16 nurse scientists accepted to the fifth cohort of the Betty Irene Moore Fellowship for Nurse Leaders and Innovators. The fellowship program, funded by grants from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, recognizes and advances early-to-mid-career nursing scholars and innovators with a high potential to accelerate leadership in nursing research, practice, education, policy and entrepreneurship

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Fellowship aimed at diversifying the nursing workforce...

May 15, 2024

To help prepare and expand a nursing workforce that is reflective of and responsive to an increasingly diverse patient population, UC College of Nursing launched its Cultivating Undergraduate Nursing Resilience and Equity (CURE) program in the fall of 2021.

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Information Security Roadshow spreads awareness

May 3, 2024

The University of Cincinnati's Office of Information Security launched a series of 18 in-person sessions from January to April 2024, drawing nearly 350 attendees from the staff of various UC colleges and units. The Information Security Roadshow series aimed to equip the audience with knowledge on prevailing cyber threats, prevention strategies, how to report incidents and resources to stay informed and secure.

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From flight nurse aspirations to health care innovation: Meet...

April 30, 2024

We can thank flight nurses to Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Class of ’97 alumnus Nick Dobrzelecki’s interest in nursing. More than 30 years since making that decision, Dobrzelecki has not yet flown as a nurse, but has impacted the health care industry on many fronts.

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