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Heart attack differs in women from men, new scientific statement reports

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Heart attack differs in women from men, new scientific statement reports

Heart attack causes, symptoms and outcomes may be different in women than in men, reports American Heart Association (AHA) expert writing group, co-chaired by Theresa Beckie, PhD, professor and cardiovascular health researcher at USF College of Nursing and USF Health department of cardiovascular sciences.

Nursing student’s road to success

For USF Nursing student, Kyndal VanAernam, helping her peers succeed is a way of giving back. She wants to make an impact like others impacted her. She began her education experience at USF as a Pre-Nursing Living Learning Community (LLC) student.

USF Nursing graduates its first VBSN student group [VIDEO]

USF College of Nursing is proud to graduate the first Veterans to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (VBSN) students on Dec. 11 at the USF fall commencement. The inaugural cohort of the VBSN students is graduating this fall after completing a rigorous 16 month-long program.

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