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Nursing students work in a simulation lab

Tampa General Hospital and USF team up to strengthen pipeline of nurses with training and education

TGH is investing $4.4 million over six years to support the planning, construction and implementation of the new lab, which will be named the Tampa General Hospital USF Health College of Nursing Simulation Lab.

September 28, 2023USF Foundation

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New This Year

Bulls returning to USF will enjoy new facilities, campus recreation and dining options on all three campuses.

August 14, 2023Campus Life, Student Success, USF Athletics, USF Health, University News

Group lines up to pose in front of the Mo-Bulls Nurse Medical Clinic

USF College of Nursing unveils the Mo-Bull Nurse Medical Clinic

With the help of a four-year, $3.85 million federal grant, the Mo-Bull Nurse Medical Clinic will advance nursing education and increase access to health care in medically underserved areas throughout the Tampa Bay region.

April 3, 2023USF Health

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Celebrating the women of USF

From their grandmothers, to Gloria Steinem and Jane Goodall, women across USF share who inspired their passion and careers.

March 1, 2023University News

Group gathers on the senate floor

Looking to build on USF’s historic legislative year, students, alumni and university leaders participate in USF Day at the Capitol

More than 100 students and alumni joined USF leadership in Tallahassee on Wednesday for USF Day at the Capitol ¬– an annual gathering that offers an opportunity to raise awareness about the university and its priorities ahead of the legislative session, which begins March 7.

February 8, 2023University News

Salvation Army red kettle campaign with USF

USF helps reduce non-emergency ambulance calls through new partnership with The Salvation Army

USF’s College of Nursing launched a respite care program to provide The Salvation Army clients with free care coordination, health education, assessments and resources.

December 15, 2022Community Partnerships

Infectious control technician cleans a door

USF to launch new infection control resource center

The College of Public Health will partner with the CDC over the next five years to develop a multi-modal approach to deliver infection prevention and control education to emergency responders. The center will serve as a hub for recruitment, dissemination, referral and subject matter consultation.

July 25, 2022Research and Innovation

USF College of Nursing Medical Response Unit

USF College of Nursing secures nearly $4 million in federal funding to launch mobile health unit

The University of South Florida College of Nursing is advancing nursing education and increasing access to health care in medically underserved areas through a nurse-managed Mobile Health Unit (MHU) with the help of a four-year $3.85 million Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) grant.

July 14, 2022USF Health

University of South Florida: A Preeminent Research University

Pyper Vaughn

Pyper Vaughn made USF her home to pursue her dream of becoming a nurse, a profession that has been part of her family for generations. She is now a senior, a pathway program that leads to on track to graduate in 2023. Her goal is to become a certified registered nurse anesthetist and work with helicopter teams to perform what she calls, “little surgeries in the sky.”

June 21, 2022Student Success

A Sarasota Memorial Hospital nurse performs an ultrasound on a patient's arm

Efforts under way to assist the critical local nursing shortage through USF Health College of Nursing and Sarasota Memorial Hospital collaboration

The USF Health College of Nursing, in collaboration with Sarasota Memorial Hospital, will soon launch a program to address the critical workforce shortage due to nurses leaving the profession in record numbers.

October 27, 2021COVID-19, USF Health, University News

Port Tampa Bay

USF College of Nursing and Port Tampa Bay announce partnership to bring clinical outreach services to the vulnerable seafaring community

The USF College of Nursing has partnered with Port Tampa Bay to create the first-of-its-kind on-site nurse-managed clinical outreach to provide direct care for the thousands of seafarers whose global maritime routes bring them to Port Tampa Bay each year.

June 17, 2021USF Health

Pain Fellows get hands on experience during cadaver course

USF College of Nursing works to battle opioid crisis

The University of South Florida College of Nursing is combatting the opioid crisis in rural America by equipping advanced pain specialists with integrative pain management techniques.

April 12, 2021USF Health

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