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If you want to know how to prepare for a career in the complex world of health care, you might want to look at Janelle Amoako’s resume. The spring 2015 graduate packed her URI years with jobs, internships and volunteer experiences that furthered her nursing education. All that work has paid off in a job […]
A recent international study found that the American health care system is the costliest in the world and yet it ranks 11th among wealthy countries on measures of quality, access, efficiency and equity, including areas such as infant mortality.
The University of Rhode Island’s College of Nursing and the Routhier Foundation will launch a four-part lecture series Tuesday, March 31 with a panel discussion on national health care reform as it relates to the nursing profession.
Letter from Interim Dean Sullivan I am honored to lead the College of Nursing as the interim dean following the retirement of Dean Dayle Joseph in 2012. As former director of graduate studies, this is a new role for me with exciting possibilities at a time of unprecedented opportunities for the profession of nursing. With […]
Revitalization of former South Street Power Station to Generate Hundreds of New Jobs and Millions of Dollars in Economic Stimulus and Tax Revenue
Dean Mary Sullivan of the URI College of Nursing recently invited some members of the Rhode Island community to form a new Advisory Council. This is a great time for nursing and Rhode Island is actively engaged in advancing the education of the nursing workforce at all levels of practice. This will be an exciting […]
URI sophomore Genesis Santos is an orientation leader, a URI 101 mentor, a peer educator at the Women’s Center, and an employee at Roosevelt Hall. But there’s no doubt about her most important role.
The sweeping changes in the health care industry nationwide have placed new demands on professionals working within the business and health care arenas.
Nurses volunteer at Providence charity
KINGSTON, R.I. – Oct. 24, 2014 – Third year student Genesis Santos is a prime example of why the University of Rhode Island is known for its “big thinkers”. Santos, a nursing major, psychology minor who hails from Providence, R.I., is an orientation leader, URI 101 mentor, a peer educator at the Women’s Center, […]
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