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Learn more about Indiana University’s response to the coronavirus outbreak. Resources available on the site include IU’s Public Safety Advisories, travel information, FAQ, and when to seek medical help. Read more »
The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention’s (CDC) website provides the latest data on reported coronavirus cases in the United States. Learn about coronavirus symptoms and how to prepare and protect yourself. Read more »
SAMHSA provides a guide on how to monitor behavioral health during this time in which all citizens are being urged to quarantine themselves and practice social distancing. Read more »
Bernadette Melnyk, Chief Wellness Officer, dean of the College of Nursing at Ohio State, has created a webinar to help cope with anxiety during this pandemic. Read more »
Governor Eric Holcomb issued a stay-at-home order for the state of Indiana effective March 25-April 7. The Indiana State Department of Health has established a website dedicated Indiana’s response to the coronavirus outbreak. The site contains a map of cases in Indiana and public and professional resources available. Read more »
IU School of Nursing #1 in Indiana and Among Top 50 Nationally
Indiana University School of Nursing was ranked in the top 50 schools nationally for its Doctor of Nursing Practice and Master’s Programs and #1 in Indiana for the Doctor of Nursing Practice. “These national rankings reflect our commitment to excellence in teaching and innovative research and our presence as a world-class nursing school that prepares leaders and advanced practice nurses to transform and deliver quality health care,” said Robin Newhouse, dean of the IU School of Nursing.
IU School of Nursing ranks among top 5 nationally in U.S. News and World online programs
IU School of Nursing's online nursing education track of the Master's program ranked #4 nationwide.
IU School of Nursing receives new National Institutes of Health training grant to prepare next generation of nurse scientists
The five-year grant focuses on preparing nurse scientists to conduct high impact research and lead interdisciplinary research teams to develop and test interventions to prevent or manage serious chronic conditions such as cancer, heart failure, and Alzheimer disease.