When the COVID-19 pandemic hit last spring, UVM was one of the first schools in the nation to allow undergraduate nursing students to make the transition from classroom to hospital floor. All 95 nursing Class of 2020 graduates agreed to make that life-changing jump.
University of Vermont Medical Center nurses and UVM Nursing program faculty discuss changes in work practices in response to COVID-19, the transition of patient-centered clinicals to remote education and unique learning experiences created by the pandemic.
Doctor of Nursing Practice students presented their scholarly findings in an internet videoconference on April 15 with a virtual audience of their peers, family members and friends. The 20 students, who will graduate this May, engaged in the projects as one of the requirements for completion of the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program.
- Medical Office Visits Online
- Hands On, Hearts Out: Appletree Bay Provides Student Opportunities and Patient-Centered Care
- Nursing Welcomes Class of 2023, Celebrates Alumni
- Erin Leighton, Doctor of Nursing Practice ‘20
- Learning Together: Interprofessional Education in CNHS
- Student Spotlight: Upward Bound with Key Nguyen, Nursing ’21
- Nursing Alumna Named Nurse Leader Fellow
- Students Present Research at Zeigler Forum
- 2019 Zeigler Research Forum
- Students’ Achievements Celebrated at CNHS Honors Tea
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