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For the fifth consecutive year, Radford’s SON graduates surpassed the national average pass rate by first-time test takers of the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX).
For many students, the Thanksgiving Break was a respite from the rigors of academic competition. During her break, Alexis Drury, a junior nursing and psychology major from Roanoke, competed in the 2016 Miss Virginia pageant in Blacksburg.
Two Radford University faculty recently discussed their research in interviews aired on the With Good Reason radio program.
School of Nursing Professor Lisa Onega is exploring whether exposure to bright light that mimics the sun's light can relieve those who suffer with dementia from symptoms like depression and agitation. She will speak about the research on the With Good Reason public radio program.
Nursing Instructor Wendy Downey has become the Radford University School of Nursing’s first faculty member to earn the National League of Nursing’s certification as a Nurse Educator.
To prepare the next generation of health care providers and support their community, Radford University School of Nursing (SON) faculty and students will join the Remote Area Medical (RAM) clinic July 22-24 in Wise, Virginia.
NursingSchoolsAlmanac.com has recognized Radford University’s School of Nursing (RUSON) as a top national and regional nursing school.
At a ceremony on April 9 in Muse Hall, Radford University nursing students were inducted into the Epsilon Psi chapter of the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing.
Four Korean nursing students who spent two weeks with Radford colleagues bid a fond and reflective farewell Feb. 18 in Cook Hall with a wrap-up presentation.