Are the Nurses All Right?
Researchers at the KU School of Nursing have launched a study to assess how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting the well-being of nurses.
Two students enrolled at the KU School of Nursing volunteered to go to cities considered COVID hotspots.
The KU School of Nursing broadens its efforts to promote nursing careers to high school students.
KU’s post-doctoral fellowship program provides enhanced education for advanced practice nurses.
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