Posts tagged with: "College of Nursing and Health Sciences"

Mariet Cardenas

Red Robin contest’s winning burger is a Spanish delicacy

Home, sweet home… That’s what Mariet Cardenes was thinking of when brainstorming ideas for what became the winning recipe for […]

Field journal: Providing occupational therapy to Bahamians

Field journal: Providing occupational therapy to Bahamians

By Meagan Osteen, occupational therapy student Before last summer, I’d never traveled outside of the country, much less to the […]

FIU medical volunteers help local hospitals deal with surge in emergency patients

FIU medical volunteers help local hospitals deal with surge in emergency patients

By Joel Delgado ’12, MS ’17 In the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, FIU’s medical disaster response team continues to answer the […]

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Alumna demonstrates the potential of a nursing career

Alumna demonstrates the potential of a nursing career

Diane Ramy Faulconer ’74, MS ’74 Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences Master of Science in Management Lifetime Member, FIU […]

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Training the trainers: FIU program a cut above

Training the trainers: FIU program a cut above

Tiffany Yam was working in the athletic training department at her alma mater, Rutgers University in New Jersey, when she […]

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Meet the new faces of Student Government Association

Meet the new faces of Student Government Association

The Student Government Association at FIU is made up of students whose aim is to advocate for students rights, encourage […]

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Can a phone call from a nurse lower health care costs?

Can a phone call from a nurse lower health care costs?

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Nursing education at FIU has just celebrated 30 years of serving South Florida.

FIU and Miami VA Healthcare System receive $8M to train VA nurses, create residency program

The Nicole Wertheim College of Nursing & Health Sciences, in partnership with the Miami VA Healthcare System (MVAHS), received more […]

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Take Back the Night highlights bravery and strength in numbers

Take Back the Night highlights bravery and strength in numbers

Brittany Catalano stood on the stage with dim lights around her. As the audience listened attentively, she recounted the last […]

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FIU Nursing at 30: The vital signs are strong

FIU Nursing at 30: The vital signs are strong

The history of nursing at FIU is reflected in the success of its graduates, each a testament to the college’s […]

FIU nursing study: When a baby dies, parents’ health could be at risk

FIU nursing study: When a baby dies, parents’ health could be at risk

Approximately one third of parents who experience the death of an infant go on to suffer from clinical depression or […]

A gift of love: His and hers health colleges

A gift of love: His and hers health colleges

$10 million names Nicole Wertheim College of Nursing and Health Sciences. FIU’s Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine has a new […]

Piloting my own career: Jean Hannan

Piloting my own career: Jean Hannan

Jean Hannan ’87, MS ’01, Ph.D. ’10 is an assistant professor in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences. When […]

Horatio Alger Scholar rises above abusive childhood

Horatio Alger Scholar rises above abusive childhood

Freshman Whitney “Olivia” Wills overcame great odds before attending FIU – something a major scholarship organization has recognized. Wills, whose […]

FIU experts available to discuss Newtown school shooting

Anibal Gutierrez, Ph.D., BCBA-D Director, Behavior Analysis Autism Research Lab Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology Gutierrez is a Board Certified […]