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 spent an intense two-weeks in Stirling, Scotland to complete their global community health experience. USF Nursing worked together with University of Stirling School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health (SNMH), to give students the opportunity to learn about community health.
To help nurses provide more accurate assessment of snake bite wounds, Stephen Mcghee, MSc, Bsc, PGCE, RNT, RN, VR, instructor at USF College of Nursing, conducted a literature review showing that early assessment and effective first aid of patients with snake-bites reduces chances of envenomation.
USF Nursing students recently took their first trip to Scotland to complete their summer 2014 global community health experience. Students spent two weeks in Stirling... Read More
USF Nursing extends Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) internationally after showing promising results in the United States Tampa, FL (Sept. 12, 2013) – The... Read More