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Anatomy of a class

They nailed the SATs. Earned top-notch GPAs. Hailed from the top 10 percent of their graduating high school class, many with healthcare-related internships and volunteer work under their belts.
 
And if the newest crop of first-year nursing students is a talented, diverse bunch, they're also united in a common purpose: to begin their journey to enter the profession, joining the ranks of Virginia nurses.
 
So what does it take to be a member of the BSN class of 2018? >>

 

September, 2014

  • NPR report: In the NICU, a way to build trust with technology. >>
  • Richmond Times Dispatch op-ed: Why nurses love their work but hate their jobs. >>
  • New $1m grant to promote teamwork between RNs and MDs. >>
  • What did `67 Detroit have that Fergusonneeds? Building helpers from within, say nurse historians in a recent op-ed. >>
  • In the NICU, the 'next best thing.' >>
  • PhD nursing student roams the west to explore WWII-era internment camps. >>
  • UVA's Ken White talks compassion at the end-of-life in advance of a ELNEC conference. >>
  • Kathryn Laughon feted by Int'l Assn. of Forensic Nurses. >>
  • UVA nursing prof Karen Rose named Fellow in the Gerontological Society of America. >>
  • UVA's Pam Cipriano - a research associate professor - elected to lead the ANA through 2016. >>

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