College of Nursing

Nursing receives $1.25M to address veterans health needs

Florida State University’s College of Nursing has received a $1.25 million commitment from the United Health Foundation to prepare nurse practitioners to better address the distinct health needs of individuals who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces.

The three-year partnership with the United Health Foundation will allow the FSU College of Nursing to equip nurses with skills to better serve the unique needs of veterans.

“We are so grateful to the United Health Foundation for its partnership and generous support of this important initiative,” said FSU President John Thrasher. “Together, we will better meet the critical health care needs of current members of the military and veterans who have given so much to our country.” (continue reading)







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FSU College of Nursing faculty, graduates focus on service during COVID-19 pandemic 

Instead of celebrating the end of rigorous core learning at the College of Nursing’s emblematic pinning ceremony last week, graduating nursing students at Florida State University are bracing to face the COVID-19 pandemic and preparing to hit the ground running as they start their careers.

When FSU’s classes moved to remote delivery in March due to the pandemic, the college moved its clinical and lab activities to virtual or simulation learning environments, forcing students to prepare for work on the frontlines from a distance. more



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