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LSU Health School of Nursing faculty and students are putting in the work to address racial and structural inequities within nursing education and health care.
The WHO’s designation of 2020 as the Year of the Nurse and the Midwife is celebrated by the School of Nursing, which is supporting nurses to meet the health care needs of the community, nation and world.
When nurses respond to a disaster, they are often challenged to provide emergency response care in difficult circumstances and with limited access to medical supplies and support. A unique preparation program from the School of Nursing is helping them rise to that challenge.
There is always a need and School of Nursing faculty and students rise to the occasion. Learn about our hands-on and heartfelt efforts to make life better for individuals and families in New Orleans.
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The Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing helps nurses by supporting their development as leaders, researchers and scholars.
Nurse researchers, educators, specialists and students from across the South attended the Southern Nursing Research Society 36th Annual Conference, hosted by the LSU Health New Orleans School of Nursing.
From BSN to DNP in three years, these are the Pediatric Nurse Practitioner program’s first class graduates.