What Is The DAISY Faculty Award? The DAISY Foundation, as part of its service to the nursing profession’s role in patient care, established The DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nursing Faculty (includes clinical teaching staff as well). The purpose of this… Read More
It is no secret that the City of Milwaukee has been grappling with how to reduce our exposure to lead. As the recent experiences of Flint, Michigan remind us, lead exposure can have serious health and social consequences. Recognizing the… Read More
Jennifer Doering, PhD, RN, UWM College of Nursing Associate Professor and Executive Committee Chair, will take over as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs July 1. Dean Litwack said “Jennifer brings respected campus and college leadership to the role and I… Read More
Nurses are usually among those tending to the wounded and injured. But this week a group of College of Nursing volunteers became the “victims” in a simulated disaster to help train emergency responders. Full Article
The issues plaguing the city’s health department are clear, but what exactly does exposure lead to? WTMJ4 interviewed UWM College of Nursing Associate Professor Emerita Jeanne Hewitt regarding the consequences of lead exposure.
Michele Polfuss is an assistant professor of nursing and joint chair in nursing research at both UWM and Children’s Hospital here in Milwaukee. Listen to the interview with Tom Luljak, WUWM Radio, UWM Today.
Tanzania Nursing Project in the Press Concordia News and The Wisconsin Nurse highlighted the work of the Milwaukee Global Health Consortium in Mwanza.
Milwaukee placed 102 student-athletes on the 2017 Horizon League Fall Academic Honor Roll. The Panthers’ total number of honorees ranked third among Horizon League schools, behind Oakland (144) and IUPUI (117). A total of 994 student-athletes earned the distinction league-wide…. Read More
It is with great sadness that we share this heartbreaking news. Dr. Aaron Buseh passed away peacefully December 4, surrounded in love by those closest to him. Dr. Buseh had been with UWM for 16 years. Originally from Liberia, West… Read More
UWM’s Kristie Brooke has been named a 2017 Health Care Hero by BizTimes Milwaukee. Brooke is an advanced practice nurse practitioner in UWM’s College of Nursing and the Silver Spring Community Nursing Center – one of two UWM-run health care… Read More