HeartMapp, a smartphone heart health application, created by Ponrathi Athilingam, PhD, assistant professor at USF College of Nursing, was accepted into the National Science Foundation’s Innovation Corps (I-Corps) program.
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Nursing student, Emma Jagasia, has big dreams. She says, as a future nurse, her goal is to improve patient care. That’s her main mission.
USF College of Nursing honored donors and scholarship recipients at the annual donor appreciation event on Jan. 28 at the USF’s Sam and Martha Gibbons Alumni Center.
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.
Several Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) students and faculty reach a milestone in a two-year DNP project to help a local family care clinic establish National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) recognition.
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 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.
The USF College of Nursing continues its holiday tradition of spreading joy throughout Tampa Bay. The college will deliver cuddly panda bears to sick children at seven local hospitals, Dec. 2 to 9.