College of Health News

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How Do You Recruit More Young Alaska Native Nurses? Start By Giving Them A Stethoscope.

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School of Nursing RRANN camp helps recruit young Alaska Native nurses.

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Associate to bachelor’s: UAA’s School of Nursing is answering Kodiak’s health care needs

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UAA’s School of Nursing is undergoing a two-year expansion project, with the Kodiak Outreach Site next on the list. Associate Professor Margie Mete has been charged with transitioning the site’s associate program to a bachelor's program.

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Aspiring nurses get networking, skills head-start at RRANN camp

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School of Nursing RRANN camp helps recruit young Alaska Native nurses.

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UAA alumna ignites community enthusiasm in Mat-Su

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The one-day, one-stop event provided people experiencing homelessness with access to a range of services: health and wellness screenings, legal services, employment assistance, toiletries, and a fresh, hot lunch. In the midst of the crowd walked Staci Manier, a UAA alumna (B.A. Human Services '13, with minors in psychology and history) who became community impact director for United Way of Mat-Su in 2014.

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Addiction, homelessness focus of UAA Think Tank talk

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Addiction and homelessness plague scores of people in Anchorage. Those topics will be the centerpiece of a Feb. 2 UAA Think Tank session, which is co-hosted by the UAA School of Nursing, with Anchorage Gospel Rescue Mission featured as the guest agency.