School of Nursing News

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Nursing alumni take on Alaska's health care needs

 |  UAA Office of Alumni Relations  | 

The latest edition of Spirit magazine featured UAA nursing alumni taking on Alaska's needs. Since the pandemic began in early 2020, UAA's School of Nursing has graduated more than 500 new nurses into the state's health care system.

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A stronger voice, a new beginning

 |  Matt Jardin  | 

Nursing science graduate Tia Hale will serve as student speaker for the spring 2022 graduate degree hooding ceremony before starting her dream job at Southcentral Foundation in inpatient pediatrics this August.

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Former School of Nursing director receives Meritorious Service Award

 |  Green & Gold News  | 

Former School of Nursing director Tina DeLapp receives a Meritorious Service Award from Chancellor Parnell and Provost Runge.

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Staffing shortages still hinder Alaska hospitals; nurses among the highest in demand

 |  Alaska's News Source  | 

Hospitals need nurses nationwide and across Alaska, as the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated health care workforce shortages.

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Facing shortages: Alaska pursues plans to recruit more nurses and other health care workers

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