The schools’ leaders agree that bridging gaps between health care professions is the key to effective 21st-century medicine.
Recent Articles by
Christine Phelan Kueter
April 12, 2013
Nurses are often at the forefront in rural health care around the globe, and a new center at U.Va.’s School of Nursing is preparing students to lead the way.
March 21, 2013
$5 Million Gift to Double Nursing Master’s Program Enrollment, Provide Critical Support for Graduate Students, Faculty
A $5 million gift from Washington-area financier Bill Conway and his wife, Joanne, will provide funding for students in the School of Nursing’s graduate Clinical Nurse Leader program, as well as support for more faculty.
November 16, 2012
Stories of grief and triumph and reflection on what it means to be a nurse is subject of student-produced book, “This Journal Belongs to a Nursing Student.”
October 31, 2012
In Person or By Phone? U.Va. Study To Assess Impact of ‘Resource Mothers’ on Virginia’s Pregnant Teens
A new Nursing School study aims to assess impact of home visits compared to phone contacts to provide pre-natal and post-natal care to pregnant teens.
October 23, 2012
On Nov. 7, New York Times columnist and author Theresa Brown will discuss the progress nurses and doctors are making in collaborating to provide patient care.
October 11, 2012
U.Va. Health System clinicians shared the stage Thursday with the Dalai Lama for a discussion of “Compassion in 21st Century Medicine.”
September 14, 2012
New Name, Enduring Idea: Nursing School To Christen ‘Eleanor Crowder Bjoring Center for Nursing Historical Inquiry’
U.Va. Nursing School’s nursing history center has a new name, but its focus endures: preserving the history and culture of nursing and serving as a repository for research.
September 06, 2012
Risk factors like high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol, and a history of stroke and smoking are linked to vascular problems – and ultimately dementia. A new U.Va. study aims to find out whether primary care could do a better job of identifying dementia’s early warning signs among African-Americans, who suffer disproportionately from vascular problems.
September 06, 2012
Working trips to Africa give Nursing School students, May graduates and professors a chance to hone their skills on the global stage and broaden their world view.