Preparing the Nurses of Tomorrow

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In all that we do every day, our goal is to prepare 21st-century nurses to address the health care needs of local and global communities through excellence in research, education, and clinical care. Our faculty and staff promote interdisciplinary research collaborations, and we are ranked first in NIH funding among all universities in the state. [READ MORE]

College of Nursing News

Henry A. Gill, Jr., a U.S. Navy captain who served in Vietnam, was among a group of 16 distinguished veterans recognized on Nov. 6 at a USF ceremony honoring their military service. Gill was inducted into the Hall of Honor within the Next Greatest Generation Veteran fund. The fund pays tribute to ve … [read more]
Four years into developing a mobile application to help heart patients manage their health, USF nurse researchers and engineers with the HeartMapp project are about to begin a pilot study testing a prototype of the app with a small group of patients. The project, led by College of Nursing Associate … [read more]
Their idea to develop a baby-bottle nipple mirroring the natural shape and breast-milk flow rate of the baby’s mother won two USF Health doctoral nursing students the first-place $10,000 prize in this year’s Florida Blue Health Innovation Pitch Competition. Lauren Wright and Tram Pham say their inve … [read more]
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USF Health College of Nursing Preparing 21st-Century Nurses
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