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USF Nursing students traveled to Scotland to complete their summer 2016 global community health experience.
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USF Nursing students continue their summer 2016 global health experience. This time, students will travel to Panama to improve patient care in Chitre.
Meditation-based intervention reduces anxiety, fear and fatigue among breast cancer survivors, USF Nursing study reports
A mediation-based stress reduction intervention significantly improved psychological and physical symptoms as well as quality of life among breast cancer survivors, a University of South Florida College of Nursing study reports.
Ponrathi Athilingam, PhD, assistant professor at USF College of Nursing, was recently elected a fellow of the Heart Failure Society of America (HFSA).
USF Nursing’s Suzette Lemrow, undergraduate academic program specialist, and Jason Hepburn, fiscal and business specialist, each received the May 2016 Quiet Quality award from the university.
Connie Visovsky, PhD, associate dean of faculty affairs and community engagement at USF Nursing, was selected to become fellow of the American Academy of Nursing. (AAN).