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Fall announcements for U-M School of Nursing
U-M School of Nursing students, faculty and staff:President Schlissel has shared his vision and a general vision of the fall reopening of the campus to students. 
Jun 22, 2020

Announcing a public health-informed fall semester for the University of Michigan
The University of Michigan plans to offer a public health-informed in-residence semester this fall. It will consist of a mixture of in-person and remote classes structured to reflect our commitment to promoting public health while fulfilling our fundamental mission of transformative undergraduate, graduate and professional education.Read more in a letter to the U-M community from President Schlissel.
Jun 22, 2020

Pride Month News and Resources
Pride Month is celebrated every June in tribute to those involved in the Stonewall Riots. In honor of LGBTQ+ History and Pride Month, take a few moments to explore resources and learn about the LGBTQ+ community at U-M and the School of Nursing. 
Jun 11, 2020

A message from U-M School of Nursing academic program leadership
Dear U-M School of Nursing students,Many of you are deeply impacted by the recent killings of African Americans and the sense of pain and powerlessness that is being expressed across the country. This is happening as we also see increasing racial disparities in health and an anti-Asian racism that has only been exacerbated since the COVID-19 pandemic. 
Jun 03, 2020

A message from Dean Patricia Hurn
COVID-19 has consumed so much of our lives these last months, claiming our attention, emotions and time. I ask that you pause and look hard at the unbelievably horrible events in Minnesota and the killing of yet another African American man, George Floyd. This new horror follows hard on the heels of escalating violence around the United States against men and women of color over the last months.We have to increase our vigilance, stop repeating history and never accept this as just part of our lives, as the new normal.
Jun 02, 2020

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2020 Winter Issue

Before Lauren Underwood became the youngest African American woman in Congress, she was a University of Michigan nursing student with a clear vision. 

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2019 Summer Issue

Using imaginary worlds to save real lives, virtual reality is more than a technology—it’s a destination where innovation and imagination are connecting to shape the future of health care education.

 

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2018 Fall Issue

One of the most insidious evils of the 21st century passes through the health care system every day. A partnership between nursing and law faculty at the University of Michigan has an army of advocates ready to stop it.

 

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2018 Summer Issue

How a handful of small homes staffed with midwives and nurses became a mighty tool in Liberia’s quest to improve its health care system.

 

 

 

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2018 Winter Issue

Nurses have fought to have their voices heard in the places where decisions are made. What can we learn from those who have helped nursing earn its proverbial seat at the table? 

 

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