We Dare

We Dare

Daring comes in many forms. It's taking risks, challenging the status quo and pushing the boundaries of what is possible. It's calm in the face of adversity, perseverance through failure and selflessness in the pursuit of excellence. For each person and in each moment, daring may look different. At the University of Michigan School of Nursing, we dare every day, using our knowledge, skills, innovation and compassion to advance the public good and prepare the next generation of nurses to change the world. 

 

We Dare to achieve our best

Hayley Flores grew up hearing stories of dedicated NICU nurses who provided lifesaving care to her brother.  Now she's pursuing her dream to become a nurse. 

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We Dare to strengthen women's health care 

Nafisah McClendon realized she wanted to be a nurse, but her own pregnancy sparked a passion to become a nurse-midwife.

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We Dare to inform health care policy

Geoffrey Hoffman is using his research to push for policy change and rethink the way we provide care to vulnerable populations.

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Woman works on a dummy in the Clinical Learning Center while man on computer watches

We Dare to immerse students in clinical learning

Through extensive evaluation and training, the CLC has become essential to the educational experience at the U-M School of Nursing. 

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We Dare to elevate the nursing profession

When Olga Yakusheva’s mother was diagnosed with terminal cancer, she made an observation that would change her career.

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We Dare to reimagine nursing education

The U-M School of Nursing's new online master's programs are bringing top-ranked nursing education to the digital space.

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