Nursing students in the SIM lab

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Students in the Department of Nursing learn about relationship-based care, reflective thinking and clinical decision making while following guidelines for developing safe, quality clinical skills. Nursing students learn from faculty who serve as facilitators and mentors within a supportive, scholarly environment, and as graduates become part of the workforce that will help shape the future of healthcare. 


From the CHHS Blog

Entrepreneurial students develop innovative device that may solve a vexing health care issue.
Program director of 2 online nursing programs Pamela Kallmerten describes her path to becoming a nurse leader
Hanna White will graduate from the UNH Nursing program this spring to start a position on the medical-surgical unit at Wentworth-Douglas Hospital.
Four graduate programs in the University of New Hampshire’s College of Health and Human Services have been ranked among the top 100 in the country,…
Clinical Associate Professor Alyssa O’Brien, PhD, RN, has been appointed Program Director for the Undergraduate Nursing Program in the Department of…
Federal grant funding supports second-year students in occupational therapy, social work, and psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner master’s…
Now that she has graduated the UNH DNP program, Chantal is ready to advance her leadership in nursing
Harkless has been named to the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine’s Forum on Advancing Diagnostic Excellence.
Nursing grad wins 'Young Person of the Year' award
Dr. Board is an accomplished nurse educator, administrator, and clinician-scientist.