Florida Trend mentions USF College of Nursing in higher education article
Florida Trend highlights University of South Florida College of Nursing in a recent article about Florida colleges’ efforts to develop new higher education programs to adapt to todays’ changing workforce and fit students’ needs.
The Florida Trend reporter Mike Vogel, who covered the story, talked about several areas in which USF College of Nursing is taking action and making new ground-breaking software tools, courses, and concentrations to help produce the next generation of nurses.
“The university’s college of nursing has moved more deeply into veterans’ health care,” Mike Vogel wrote in the article. “The school is one of eight nationally that have partnered with the VA to train baccalaureate nurses to work for the VA. The college also developed a course in military and veteran health issues that begins this fall and will host a national conference on veteran health.”
To read Florida Trend’s full article go to “New programs on Florida campuses.”