Featuring our Alumni, Faculty and Students
When the World Health Organization designated 2020 as the “International Year of the Nurse and Midwife,” it was welcomed within the nursing profession with open arms and hearts. Now, more than ever, nurses deserve the recognition this designation brings with it. While the battle continues, the UF College of Nursing wants Gator Nurses to know that we are here for you. We support you. We thank you for your sacrifices. Use the Learn More button below to see some of the heroic stories of our alumni, students and faculty who served and continue to serve on the front lines.
leading the way
University of Florida College of Nursing students and faculty can now hone their skills using the latest technology in patient safety and learning assessment following an extensive overhaul of teaching space at the college to build a leading-edge simulation and learning center.
DOUBLE YOUR IMPACT
Thank to all our Gator Nursing alumni and friends who rose to the Linda Aiken Living Legend Challenge. All $10,000 that was raised will be matched by an anonymous donor to support the Linda Harman Aiken Professorship at the College of Nursing. Thank you for helping us honor Dr. Linda Aiken (BSN '64, MNSG '66) for being named an American Academy of Nursing Living Legend, nursing's highest honor. Dr. Aiken, who has often been referred to as the "Florence Nightingale of our time," follows in the footsteps of her mentor and the college's founding dean Dorothy M. Smith, who was named a Living Legend in 1996.
Dear Gator Nurses, Although 2020 was designated the Year of the Nurse and Midwife, none of us could anticipate how appropriate that designation would be, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Although last year was fraught with challenges for all of us, we remained optimistic at the University of Florida College of Nursing. I am proud of our many accomplishments and the opportunities we seized…
Innovations and Data-Powered Health: Precision Nursing at the Point of Care.
Gator Nurses – Your College of Nursing thanks you for all that you are doing to help combat COVID-19, and we hope that you and your families are staying safe and healthy. We would love to share how you’re helping your communities to show our gratitude for all you are doing. Using the link below, we invite all of our alumni to fill out the form below so we can share your stories on our website, social media channels and for consideration in an upcoming edition of The Gator Nurse.
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