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No longer limited to solely serving Gainesville, the state or even the nation, more College of Nursing faculty and students are working in the global community than ever before, helping to solve global health problems, educating students from multiple countries and exchanging knowledge that will benefit the health of people at home and across the world.

In this issue of The Gator Nurse, we examine a few of the ways UF College of Nursing researchers, educators and students are doing just that — working to affect change across the world through research initiatives, educational outreach and programs that directly affect patients in need.

 

Fall 2014

UF nursing students stand with Yucatan faculty and nursing staff in front of a community clinic.

Embracing the Global Diversity of Nursing

Embracing the Global Diversity of Nursing No longer limited to solely serving Gainesville, the state or even the nation, more College of Nursing faculty and students are working in the global community than ever before, helping to solve global health problems, educating students from multiple countries and exchanging knowledge that will benefit the health of […]

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Nursing Students Participate in Inaugural White Coat Ceremony

Nursing Students Participate in Inaugural White Coat Ceremony On Oct. 8, the junior and first-year accelerated nursing students were cloaked with official College of Nursing white coats during the College’s inaugural White Coat Ceremony. The College was one of 100 schools nationwide to receive  a grant by the Arnold P. Gold Foundation to pilot this […]

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Spotlight on CON PhD Students

Spotlight on CON PhD Students For Brian Peach, a memorable trip that found him trapped overnight in a Detroit airport en route to a Southern Nursing Research Society Conference affirmed his selection to earn his PhD and pursue his passion for education and research. At the conference he represented UF at an exhibit booth and […]