Nurses lead the charge with health care data to advance team-based care
KU School of Nursing is at the center of national discussion on professional identity.
The KU School of Nursing has been awarded a multi-million dollar grant to support training APRNs for rural and underserved areas.
KU School of Nursing graduate Jamie Franklin used her training to save a drowning woman in Mexico.
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