School of Nursing
The Texas Tribune: COVID-19 vaccine doses are arriving in Texas this week, giving weary health care workers hope after months of perilDecember 14, 2020
In this story, Wellness 360 at the School of Nursing is listed among the COVID-19 vaccine shipment sites in Texas. Read the story.
The five scholars, one from each school in the university, are: John-Stephane Kouam, Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine; Erica Osta, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences; Shanae Rhodes, School of Nursing; Jennifer Sanchez, School of Health Professions; and Katharina Tosti, School of Dentistry.
San Antonio Express-News: San Antonio nonprofit, UT Health seek rezoning approval to build Women’s Wellness CampusDecember 4, 2020
This article is about the expansion of Casa Mia, a home for pregnant and parenting mothers with opioid use disorder. The program is a project led by Lisa Cleveland, PhD, RN, APRN, FAAN, from our School of Nursing, and Crosspoint Inc., which provides transitional homes. Casa Mia is one of only three homes in the […]
San Antonio Express-News: East Side getting new transitional home over some neighbors’ objections, San Antonio City Council decidesDecember 4, 2020
This article is about San Antonio City Council’s approval of a zoning change to allow Casa Mia’s transitional campus to be built on the East Side. Casa Mia is a home for pregnant and parenting mothers with opioid use disorder. The program is a project led by Lisa Cleveland, PhD, RN, APRN, FAAN, from our […]
Long School of Medicine student Mitch Parma and School of Nursing student Talice Nieto were interviewed by KSAT 12 to discuss their perspectives on graduating during a pandemic; both report that they are ready and eager to help their colleagues in the field and are among approximately 500 medical and nursing graduates this month from […]
San Antonio Express-News: ‘We need protection’: San Antonio nurses demand help as COVID crisis continuesDecember 1, 2020
Dr. Maria Saldiva, School of Nursing, Wellness 360, joined the National Nurses Organizing Committee’s Texas division and other organizations in asking that lawmakers improve working conditions for health care workers as the COVID-19 crisis continues. Read the story.