A group of USF Nursing students is heading to U.S. Virgin Islands. They will spend two weeks in St. Croix to provide care for the local community, as part of their summer 2016 global health community experience.
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USF College of Nursing is transforming healthcare globally. And that’s evident through the college’s partnerships, global summer programs and research in Europe, Latin America and Asia. Making an international impact, is one of the college’s biggest priorities.
USF Nursing students are using their healing power to bring hope to those in need. Their dedication and commitment is transforming lives at Pinellas Catholic Charities Diocese of St. Petersburg, providing care to the homeless.
United States Army veteran, LaChiana Hamilton, MS, found hope at USF College of Nursing at a time when she felt lost. The college gave her the opportunity to find a new career path in nursing when she never thought she would.
Since it first opened its doors, CARE Tampa Bay has been transforming the lives of patients with chronic conditions. But, most of all, it’s been making a huge impact on nursing students and healthcare professionals across Tampa Bay.
To students, USF College of Nursing preceptor, Raye Minardi, is a hero. She is a role model. She’s someone they look up to. Minardi, who is an advanced nurse practitioner in oncology at Moffitt Cancer Center, is a clinical educator and mentor to USF nurse practitioner (NP) students. She’s been doing so for more than eight years.
Six USF College of Nursing doctoral students were selected to receive 2016-2018 Jonas Scholar awards from the Jonas Center for Nursing and Veterans Healthcare. PhD students Paula Cairns, Michelle Hill, Kaitlyn Proschold, Lauren Wright, and DNP students Tiffany Lockett and Michelle Creamer were selected to receive the sought-after grants.
Nursing student, Emma Jagasia, received the 2016 Golden Bull Award from USF. She was one of 20 USF students to be recognized with this award.