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Students learn proper cleaning and caring methods for patients with tracheostomy equipment.
Laura Walter joins the IU School of Nursing family as our new undergraduate advisor! Welcome!
The online RN to BSN has been ranked second by TheBestSchools.org and seventh by TopRNtoBSN.com. Read more »
Dean Robin Newhouse spoke to students at the University of the Andes’ international nursing seminar titled, "Evidence for the Service of Care: Integrating Humanization and Transculturality" in Chile.
Have you had a chance to visit Flo this summer?
On her recent trip to Japan, Dr. Sheri Robb (center) presented her research on music therapy and palliative care for pediatric cancer patients and families at Showa University of Music and the World Congress of Music Therapy.
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The American Academy of Nursing has named four IU School of Nursing faculty members to as fellows. Carol Shieh, Ukamaka Oruche, Catherine Ivory, and Linda Chase will be honored during the Academy's annual policy conference, "Transforming Health, Driving Policy," October 5-7 in Washington D.C.
IU School of Nursing Scientist Committed to Addressing HIV Epidemic Among Adolescents and Young Adults
“The lessons we learn from this study will have implications for future research projects and the results will hopefully be useful to colleagues working on drug trials in Sub-Saharan Africa. Intensified prevention efforts are needed, given the adolescent population has doubled since the HIV epidemic began there,” said Knopf. “With an expanding population of adolescents and high rates of HIV amoung young women, we risk losing progress made in the global fight against AIDS. There are gaps to be filled.”
Indiana University School of Nursing’s RN to BSN Degree Completion Option Ranked Nationally by The Best Schools and Top RN to BSN
Offered at all nine IU campuses in the state, the highly ranked RN to BSN Degree Completion Option gives registered nurses the chance to earn their Bachelor of Science in Nursing where they work and live within 12, 18 or 24 months, after general education requirements are met.