Nursing students

School of Nursing faculty and students collaborate with nurses from Mexico

Teachers relish “aha! moments,” when students understand a complex concept for the first time. These moments are coming from both sides of the border with a new educational program between nursing schools at the UT Health Science Center and Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon in Monterrey, Mexico. The Salud: Nuevas Fronteras program is bringing eight […]

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Grant helps advance the education of nurses

More students will be entering the School of Nursing, thanks to a $700,000 grant from Methodist Healthcare Ministries of South Texas, Inc. The grant, which continues a three-year pilot program, will help advance the education of nurses to meet national guidelines and address the nursing shortage by providing more highly educated nurses. “These grants have […]

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Reaching out

A $600,000 three-year grant from the Rita & Alex Hillman Foundation is supporting a new nurse-led clinic for children who attend the AVANCE-San Antonio Head Start program at the Fenley Center, a child-development campus in the Harlandale Independent School District. The clinic offers preventative screenings and primary health care through an agreement between the UT […]

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