School of Nursing

Nursing’s latest White Coat ceremony video

May 21, 2019

Our incoming cohort in the School of Nursing received their white coats and words of inspiration from faculty at the White Coat Ceremony. View the video

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It’s all smiles for new graduates

May 20, 2019

Nearly 650 newly minted health care professionals walked the stage May 17-19 in joyous ceremonies that marked the beginning of a lifetime of service.

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Dr. Eileen Breslin, Carolyn Jones, John Franklin and Mary Henrich

Compassion of nurses showcased at Nursing Advisory Council Luncheon

May 17, 2019

A presentation by photographer and filmmaker Carolyn Jones took guests attending the Nursing Advisory Council Luncheon on a journey showing the diversity, creativity, compassion and dedication of nurses, as told through their personal stories. The presentation played to an appreciative audience of more than 300 that included UT Health San Antonio School of Nursing faculty, staff […]

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Graduation weekend takes center stage

May 13, 2019

Nearly 650 candidates for graduation will receive degrees this weekend, May 17-19, from UT Health San Antonio.  The diversity of the graduating classes reflects a primary core value honored by UT Health San Antonio. Seven of every eight graduates have Texas residency, which reflects the university’s first mission of educating physicians, dentists, nurses, scientists and […]

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Rivard Report: At a home of recovery, women celebrate Mother’s Day and sobriety with their children

May 10, 2019

Sitting at a picnic table covered in a pink plastic tablecloth, Crystal Gutierrez watches as her 5-year-old daughter Makayla drinks fruit punch and sorts black and red discs to play Connect 4. Gutierrez, a 28-year-old mother of three, lives at Casa Mia, a Midtown home for mothers and pregnant women recovering from heroin addiction. She has been sober […]

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Happy Nurses Week: A message from Jeremy Viles, chief nursing officer, Mays Cancer Center

May 8, 2019

Nurses provide more than 90% of all health care in the U.S.

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