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The UVA School of Nursing is readying the next generation of practitioners, researchers, and faculty in a time of exciting, dramatic change in healthcare.

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So grateful to the #QuantitativeFoundation and the Woodriffs for this transformational gift, which will provide a b… https://t.co/0WNxRjZfMQ

It's been 50 years since Mavis Ford Claytor arrived at @UVA, its first black nursing student. Now, hear her story… https://t.co/fkj8mYjhAm

RN nurse Amelia Hodson balanced work, motherhood, and home-building as a student, landing her dream job after grad… https://t.co/KEQYCLMdQS

Hidden Nurse Shamburg, American Icon

Federally employed public health clinicians like Nurse Shamburg meant much to rural Americans, like those in Gee's Bend, AL, who'd never before had health care. Click the photo to read more.

In cases of domestic violence, 30-35% of women experience strangulation. @UVASON associate professor Kathryn Laugho… https://t.co/g559ZBmtXp

Like our #FlashbackFridays on Facebook? Then applaud for UVA School of Nursing's nurse historian Arlene Keeling, whose book - A HISTORY OF PROFESSIONAL NURSING - just earned a "Book of the Year" award from the American Journal of Nursing. Proud! #histnursing #histmedicine

Continuing our efforts to foster a diverse and inclusive environment @uvahealthnews @UVASON @MedicineUVA Accolades:… https://t.co/JPiedQ42KU

#CNL graduates like Carl Lambert go on to change the world ... and they inspire nascent nurses as preceptors, too, as models and exemplars of the nursing profession at its best. Proud of you, Lambert, for your compassion, poise and endless good humor, and grateful to call you one of our own.

Walter Reed, Vivian Pinn and Rebecca Rimel - just a few of the distinguished @Medicine and @UVASON alums on this li… https://t.co/LLdPklN1lj

Last week, the CCI Team welcomed Martha A. Burton and members of her family to a small reception and official "unveiling" of the artwork she donated to our collection - "Medicine Leaves", 2017, by Louise Numina Nepanangka (b. 1976), Australian. The painting provided a beautiful backdrop, as CCI Director Tim Cunningham (left) and SON Dean Dorrie Fontaine (right) presented the placard to Martha Burton (center). The piece is located on the 2nd floor of McLeod Hall - come check it out, you can't miss it!