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Quality nursing care for people with dementia

Director of the TU School of Nursing Bill Buron offers his expertise…

Your healthy heart: Keep on moving

Chapman Professor of Athletic Training Eric Wickel advises viewers to interrupt sedentary…

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Researchers at LIBR identify abnormal heart-brain connection in generalized anxiety disorder

Researchers at the Laureate Institute for Brain Research identified an abnormal link…

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TU students help major health care provider assess community needs

When Ascension St. John began planning a large-scale community health needs assessment,…

man and woman wearing white medical coats

Emergency flight nurses chart new career paths via DNP program

Dynamic husband-and-wife duo Andy and Misty Cannon have powered up their engines…

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Virtual reality nursing — in 3D

Thanks to Clinical Assistant Professor of Nursing Cassandra Barrow’s research on 3D…

Rosa Zavaleta sitting at an outdoor table, wearing clinical scrubs, smiling and working on a laptop computer

Exploring communication partners

Speech-language pathology student Rosa Zavaleta's TURC research aims to uncover the traits…

Family nurse practitioner program graduate Charlon Orr (DNP '20) at Bayless Plaza

Beyond the blues: Early detection of postpartum depression risk

One in eight women experiences postpartum depression. Family nurse practitioner graduate Charlon…

Top portion of coronavirus education poster designed by nursing students

TU nursing students address community health in the midst of the pandemic

With in-person clinical rotations rendered impossible by COVID-19, BSN juniors rose to…

University of Tulsa Schweitzer Fellow Cassie McGough standing on a wooden bridge in the middle of a forest

“I haven’t thought about that in a long time”: TU Schweitzer Fellow helps hospice residents tell their stories

Through her Project Legacy, Cassie McGough used guided autobiography to enable terminally…

Master of athletic training student Hana Clancy in a garden

Elevating athletic trainers’ standard of care through cultural competency education

Research by master of athletic training student Hana Clancy sheds light on…

Speech-language pathology alumna Natalie Mayberry

State impact: Speech-language pathology graduate’s training program inspires legislative change

Speech-language pathology alumna Natalie Mayberry's (MS '19) research and training program for…