Every day it seems, news about the opioid crisis is in the headlines. By some estimates, more than 2 million Americans are addicted to prescription pain killers, and each day there are more than 100 opioid-related deaths in the United States.
Nine Tampa-area students gathered at the USF College of Nursing on Friday, June 7, for Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day, where they took part in activities that every nursing student encounters. The potential nurses of the future also learned life-saving tactics for today.
As a member of USF College of Nursing’s first Bachelor of Science in nursing cohort, Geraldine McKinnon Twine was a trailblazer. Twine spent a career breaking... Read More
The USF College of Nursing’s Alexander and Victoria L. Rich Distinguished Lecture Series kicked off last week with an informational and inspiring talk about the... Read More
The University of South Florida’s College of Nursing will begin highlighting extraordinary nursing faculty through the DAISY Foundation’s recognition program that... Read More
The former dean of the Yale School of Nursing, who is a leading expert on diabetes management in children, will be the inaugural speaker for the USF College of... Read More