School of Nursing
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San Antonio Express-News: Amid coronavirus pandemic, will retired nurses and new nursing grads offset shortage?March 31, 2020
Dr. Cynthia O’Neal, associate dean for undergraduate studies in the School of Nursing, speaks on the impact of Governor Greg Abbott’s waiver to address the nursing shortage and get more nurses into the workforce. Read the full article in the San Antonio Express-News.
The School of Nursing has established a COVID-19 hotline to provide guidance and information for employees, students and their families.
Dr. Lisa Cleveland, of the School of Nursing, and her team went to the UNT Health Science Center on Jan. 28 to provide 9,000 doses of Narcan nasal spray. Students there led a training on how to administer the medication.
“I think the care I’ve provided for critically injured soldiers pushed me to want to learn more, so I could do more for them.” At age 22, Chris Heins dropped out of college. With little drive and no real plan, Heins was looking for a sense of direction, discipline in his life and an opportunity […]
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