USF Health College of Nursing

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We live by our mission – Transforming Healthcare, Transforming Lives: Creating the Nursing Leaders of Tomorrow and the Research that Improves Health. This is a world-class program shaping the nursing profession as demonstrated by our rankings, our faculty and staff who are committed to student success. [READ MORE]

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Three USF Bull Nurses have returned from two separate medical disaster relief missions in hurricane-devastated Puerto Rico – each witnessing the perseverance of survivors and vowing to return to the U.S. territory to do more. Assistant Professor Jessica Gordon, PhD, ARNP, a native of Puerto Rico, spearheaded a week-long medical relief mission with four other [read more]

College of Nursing News

USF Nurse Anesthetist Karla Maldonado and nurse anesthesia student Meghan Mattson recently returned from a medical mission trip to Guatemala where they assisted in life-changing surgeries to underprivileged patients. The two were part of a 25-person team with Mercy Mission that conducted 108 surgeri … [read more]
Eight College of Nursing students joined nearly 300 others from the USF System in a one-day trip to bring key issues to state legislators as part of the annual USF Day at the Capitol. The small group traveled on Nov. 14 to Tallahassee where they attempted to persuade state lawmakers to back various … [read more]
USF College of Nursing students Anthony Suda and Sean Sharp have been selected to serve on the USF Health Executive Student Leadership Board (ESLB). The board is a group of current USF Health students from all academic disciplines who serve as official student representatives. Members hold two-semes … [read more]
Ask USF College of Nursing graduate student Angel Swilley about her preceptorship experience and she has nothing but the highest praise for her mentor, Carla Duff. Swilley describes Duff, MSN, ARNP, as someone “born to be a teacher,” one who “goes out of her way to educate.” “She is the epitome of w … [read more]
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