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Former faculty, alumna and trailblazer Sara Hutchinson Hampshire remembered

Former faculty, alumna and trailblazer Sara Hutchinson Hampshire remembered

Friends, former students and past colleagues were saddened to hear of the May 2 death of School of Nursing alumna and former faculty member Sara Hutchison Hampshire, BSN’71, MSN’75. Vanderbilt Magazine recalled the life and impact of this women’s health trailblazer.

School of Nursing Return to Campus Website

School of Nursing Return to Campus Website

For information regarding the return to campus for Vanderbilt University School of Nursing students, faculty, staff and post-docs, please visit https://nursing.vanderbilt.edu/return/

Watch Medicine Grand Rounds on the affect of racism on health and health care

VUMC Department of Medicine hosted a very special Medicine Grand Rounds event on June 25. “How Structural Racism Affects Health and Health Care” featured four distinguished panelists in a discussion of racism in academic medicine and the health care environment. Watch 

Vanderbilt Nursing’s virtual pinning relies on tradition and technology

Coronavirus, social distancing and postponement of Commencement festivities didn’t prevent the Vanderbilt University School of Nursing from holding its traditional pinning ceremonies for students finishing their programs—the event just became virtual. Pinning is a more than 100-year-old tradition unique to the nursing profession. Every nursing school has a specially designed pin that its graduates wear….

VUSN researcher to test app for improving HIV care for new mothers in South Africa

VUSN Assistant Professor Kate Clouse has created an app for smartphones to help South African mothers with HIV stay connected to health care. Nearly one in three pregnant women attending antenatal care in South Africa is living with HIV. Clouse and an international research team are studying whether the app, CareConekta, is an effective method to reach patients during and after pregnancy.

Lessons from Florence Nightingale are primary tools in COVID-19 nursing

Practices developed by Florence Nightingale are still relevant today, and in fact, are major weapons in the fight against COVID-19, says Vanderbilt University School of Nursing Dean Linda D. Norman, DSN, FAAN. Norman, the Valere Potter Menefee Professor of Nursing, outlined Nightingale’s relevance in a video for VUSN students commemorating May 12, 2020, the 200th…

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