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IU School of Nursing graduate program ranks in the top 30 in the nation. Read more »
Specializing in GI nursing led alumna Michelle Juan to a wide range of opportunities. Read more »
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In celebration of March Madness! The 1959 IU School of Nursing basketball team and cheerleaders.
Congratulations to Celeste Phillips (left) for receiving the Mid-Career Investigator Award from the MNRS Adolescent Health Research Interest Group! Congratulations to Elham Algashgari for receiving the MNRS Dissertation Award!
IUSON BL’s Pei-Shiun Chang is fast becoming a nationally recognized expert on the beneficial effects of Qigong exercise. Qigong (pronounced “chi gong”) is an ancient form of traditional Chinese medicine & exercise. Pei’s paper analyzed the results from 14 Qigong-related randomized controlled trials of 1,282 older adults suffering from depression, frailty, or chronic illness. Pei’s analysis showed that Qigong helped improve older adults’ physical ability and may have positive effects on depression, balance, and the ability to perform everyday activities. Her analysis also included a recommendation for additional controlled studies to further document the benefits of Qigong exercise.
Kenneth “KJ” Davis, Jr., knew from an early age he wanted to be in health care and help people. Next month, the Indianapolis native will graduate from IU School of Nursing and embark on a career in intensive care. “My professors and the clinical faculty have been amazing, guiding me along the pathway to success and providing learning opportunities at clinical sites.”
We need more exceptional IU nurses
As a skilled nurse, Connie Ferentz '71 knows that nursing is about being there for people when they need it. Now, as a retiree, she’s helping the next generation of IU nurses with generous contributions to the school’s scholarship and student emergency funds.
Indiana University School of Nursing Statement on the Conviction of RaDonda Vaught
Indiana University School of Nursing share the concerns expressed by the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, as do many other nursing organizations like the American Nurses Association and the American Association of Nurse Anesthesiology. We support our students, faculty, and over 22,000 alumni who are disheartened and discouraged by this verdict.
IU School of Nursing Names New Associate Dean of Bloomington Campus
Indiana University School of Nursing, the state’s leader in nursing education, has appointed Wendy Miller, PhD, RN, CNS, CCRN, FAAN, FAES, as the associate dean of the Bloomington campus. Miller will replace Eileen Hacker, interim associate dean of IU School of Nursing Bloomington, starting March 1.