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Study finds relationship between stranded motorist injuries, deaths and risk factors

May 5, 2021
Collaboration between health care providers and death investigation agency supports evidence-based outcomes to reduce stranded motorist loss of life on Texas highways

How often should I wash my linens?

April 22, 2021
Not washing your sheets, towels, blankets and pillows frequently enough could result in avoidable health issues

Texas A&M Health students win national health care competition

April 16, 2021
An interprofessional team of health profession students took the top prize for their solution to a simulated health problem

Recent nursing graduate joins U.S. Navy Nurse Corps

April 13, 2021
Class of August 2020 College of Nursing graduate earns National Defense Service Medal and begins nurse residency program at U.S. Naval Medical Center

College of Nursing dean elected to AACN nominating committee

February 23, 2021
Nancy Fahrenwald, PhD, RN, PHNA-BC, FAAN, will serve-two year term at national level representing academic nursing

College of Nursing secures national ranking third year in a row

January 26, 2021
Texas A&M University College of Nursing ranks amid nation's top ten for best online graduate program

Acetaminophen’s effects on vaccines

January 19, 2021
Some people believe taking an over-the-counter fever reducer before a vaccine disrupts the body’s immune response. A pediatric nurse practitioner provides some insight

Advancing a ‘strong healing heritage’ in nursing education

November 20, 2020
Nursing professor R. Cody Bruce reflects on the history and influence of his Native American heritage on his chosen profession

Southwest Rural Health Research Center, College of Nursing, School of Public Health partner effectively to better rural health

November 19, 2020
Federally funded and recognized rural centers and programs address needs of rural, underserved populations across Texas and beyond
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