From AACN (American Association of Colleges of Nursing): To provide current information and resources to nurse faculty, students, and other stakeholders, AACN has created a new Ebola Resource Section on our website. In this section, we highlight the latest information available from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention related to Ebola preparedness, as well as opportunities to educate nursing students and clinicians via national webinars and archived events. The site also contains links to resources provided by other national and international organizations as well as information on how schools of nursing are responding.
AACN (American Association of Colleges of Nursing) has formed the new Graduate Nursing Student Academy (GNSA) to provide high value programs, services, and resources to nursing students enrolled in master’s and doctoral programs. Click here for information
Welcome to the University of South Alabama College of Nursing
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College of Nursing Online
As an early adopter of the use of technology in education, the faculty at the USA College of Nursing are experts in delivering high quality online nursing degree programs for the working nurse.
Complete your courses online and if you are like most students you will be able to complete clinical requirements in your home communities while working with a preceptor and your faculty.
With faculty and staff support, you don't have to be a "techie" to be successful in the online degree programs offered by USA. And, you can access the library, bookstore, and many other student resources all online.
Check our College of Nursing Online page for tracks and programs that are offered online.You are invited to participate in a unique regional conference. This conference offers a forum where professionals will share strategies for safe and effective healthcare, and discuss integrating and aligning expectations amongst academic and practice partners. Nurse leaders from practice and academia will learn how partnerships contribute to performance excellence, customer, employer, and other stakeholder satisfaction. Click Here for more information.
Dr. Hill was also selected for the Mathematical Sciences in Obesity training at the University of Alabama in Birmingham, May 12-16th. The training will introduce energy balance models for clinical interventions, statistical methods for obesity research, genomics, and complex systems approaches to obesity etiology and intervention. The training is funded by the National Institutes of Health & Office of Energetics. Dr. Hill was also selected to receive a travel award to defray all cost related to the training.Faculty member Susan Williams has been selected to attend the Making Lifelong Connections 2014 meeting in Denver, Colorado, May 7, 8 and 9, 2014 as a Maternal Child Health trainee through the University of Alabama at Birmingham. This meeting is a collaboration of many trainees across the United States through a Maternal Child Health Bureau grant. It allows the trainees to make connections with people across the U.S. that have similar interests in Child and Adolescent Health. I was also awarded a 400.00 travel grant from the University of Alabama at Birmingham Graduate Student Association for this meeting.
Dr. Leigh Minchew, Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner and WHNP Specialty Track Coordinator for MSN and DNP Programs was recently elected as Vice Chair of the Alabama Office of Women’s Health Steering Committee. Dr. Minchew has served on the Steering Committee for the past four years and has served as Program Committee Chair for three annual Women’s Health Update conferences.
The Alabama Department of Public Health-Diabetes Program has awarded CON faculty Dr. Anita King the Diabetes and Cardiovascular Prevention and Management Award for teaching current and future health care leaders.
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