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Just another day in the life of a @UVA summer nursing research intern ... these dozen students are working on a hos… https://t.co/lsHkuSAwC0

UVA Medicine is expanding its Phronesis Project with the Patient Student Partnership: pairing medical students with patients, as patient advocates. Of the Phronesis Project, Randolph Canterbury, MD, Senior Associate Dean for Education, said, "[Through this project, UVA medical] students have recognized that our patients are our best teachers." Read more about this innovative initiative: https://news.med.virginia.edu/deans-office-blog/coming-this-fall-patient-student-partnership/

Know an extraordinary nursing alum who deserves to be recognized? Nominate them for one of three Nursing Alumni Association Awards: the Distinguished Alumni Award, the Decade Award, and the Achievement Award. Nominations are due July 1st. Learn more about each award and how to nominate here: https://www.nursing.virginia.edu/alumni/stay-engaged/ The Nursing Alumni Association Awards committee will review nominations and make a selection this summer.

Catch up on @MedicineUVA faculty news, from grants to awards to publications, for the week ending June 1:… https://t.co/nc5g6wbA3f

Our six graduating chief residents, pictured here with our Bruce Schirmer Attending of the Year Award winner, Dr. C… https://t.co/p0UQqaZdFu

#TeamTuesday: Blake Duffer grew up in rural Charlotte County in southern Virginia and began working on a farm in middle school. But he also wanted to work in public safety, so he became an emergency responder in high school, where he began wondering what happened to patients after they got to the hospital. After graduating from Virginia Tech, Blake began working in VCU Medical Center's emergency department. That’s when the nursing bug really bit him. “…It was always the nurses who were there the whole time, for their whole course of stay.” So he applied to the UVA School of Nursing's Clinical Nurse Leader program, a fast-track program that allows people with bachelor’s degrees in other fields to earn a master’s in nursing. Last weekend, he graduated and will continue working on VCU’s surgical trauma ICU, where he did his final UVA research project. Read more about Blake and his path to becoming a nurse: #TeamTuesday: https://news.virginia.edu/content/class-2018-farmer-turned-nurse-ready-give-best-his-patients #UVAgrad #UVA2018

Nursing school doesn't often sync with incredible study abroad opportunities ... unless you're at @UVASON - https://t.co/JNagM2tNxr

Check out this thread about future UVA #IRad fellow Dr. Ally Baheti. She's the only fellow we've had that can do fi… https://t.co/hytoN7fJwU

Congratulations UVA School of Medicine Class of 2018! Video: https://t.co/cMe6oSboLO https://t.co/TuRh0ESSkw