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Recent Articles by
Christine Phelan Kueter
October 15, 2018
September 19, 2018
After more than a decade at the helm of the School of Nursing, Dean Dorrie K. Fontaine, the Sadie Heath Cabaniss Professor of Nursing, will step down July 31.
September 18, 2018
Re-initiating the work of community health nurse Holly Edwards, who died in 2017, Sharon Veith, an assistant professor of nursing, is reopening nursing clinics in Charlottesville’s Crescent Hall and Westhaven communities.
September 12, 2018
A nursing professor is investigating whether helping patients with mild cognitive decline could benefit from a better night’s sleep.
July 16, 2018
While many head home for the summer, a small but active group of nursing students remains in Charlottesville and will, throughout the summer, share their sun safety know-how with area residents.
May 14, 2018
Joanne and Bill Conway, whose previous gifts supported a fast-track-to-nursing degree program for individuals from outside the nursing profession, have given another $5 million to provide scholarship support to students across all of the Nursing School’s programs.
May 14, 2018
Before becoming a nurse, Blake Duffer worked on a farm in rural Virginia. Now he’s earning a degree from UVA’s Clinical Nurse Leader program and will take his expertise to a Richmond hospital’s intensive care unit.
May 09, 2018
Nursing student Rebecca Abdul fought for nearly four years to get her mother out of the war-torn Democratic Republic of Congo. With just days to spare, her mother was granted a visa and will be in Charlottesville May 20 to see her daughter graduate.
April 23, 2018
A UVA nurse inventor has created a vest to reduce accidents and the need for sedation among premature infants.
February 27, 2018
In Rwanda, a particularly virulent strain of strep bacteria, if left untreated, can lead to serious heart problems. A UVA nursing student is in the country helping to treat the patients who are worse off.