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Interprofessional Collaboration

School of Nursing Conducts First-Ever Emergency Trauma Simulation

The UNCW School of Nursing conducted the first-ever emergency trauma simulation with 50 seniors in the Simulation Learning Center (SLC) located in McNeill Hall. More...

Implementation Science

CHHS Researchers Test Exercise Table That Could Help COPD Patients

A UNCW research team is testing an exercise table for a North Carolina company that hopes the investigational device may help patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease breathe a little easier. More...

Community Engagement / Impact

The Wilmington Miracle Field: From Vision to Reality

Associate Professor, Dan Johnson’s vision of a Miracle Field in Wilmington was one filled with conviction, passion and dedication. More...

Upcoming events

Oct. 24
Coffee Hour: Sexual Health & STI Prevention

10 - 11 a.m.
McNeill Hall, Room 3084
RSVP: reelj@uncw.edu by Oct. 14

Oct. 25
The Politics of Healthcare: Colorado and the States Move Ahead

7 - 8 p.m.
UNCW Kenan Auditorium
Parking: UNCW LOT C
To register, click here.


News

School of Nursing Receives $33,100 Grant to Enhance BSN Education in Rural Areas
The UNCW School of Nursing has been awarded a $33,100 grant from the North Carolina Area Health Education Center to enhance nursing education opportunities in rural and underserved areas. More...

UNCW Partners with Medidata to Bring Clinical Cloud Technology to the Classroom
Medidata, the leading global provider of cloud-based solutions for clinical research in life sciences, and the University of North Carolina Wilmington have announced a new partnership to educate the next generation of clinical researchers. More...

‪UNCW‪ Nursing Student Delivers Babies and Touches Lives in Guatemala
When Morgan Clark ’18 joins fellow nursing students for birth simulations in the UNCW School of Nursing Simulation Learning Center next spring, she’ll be at the head of her class, having already assisted with six live deliveries.

Clark, a junior majoring in Spanish and nursing, had the opportunity to aid in the delivery of babies during her summer internship in Guatemala. She volunteered to work at Casa Materna, a maternity clinic in the rural western highlands of Guatemala. More...


UNCW helping Wilmington Police become pals

The University of North Carolina Wilmington is working with the Police Activities League toward community improvement. More...


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