IDEAS: AccessHighlight of Dr. Aaron Buseh – Milwaukee to Liberia
Highlight of Dr. Aaron Buseh – Milwaukee to Liberia

Mike Strehlow sits with UWM’s Public Health professor Aaron Buseh for a fascinating look at his life straddling the two worlds of Milwaukee and Liberia. See the entire interview at:

IDEAS: InnovationRanked as the top 10 BEST Online Doctorate Programs
Ranked as the top 10 BEST Online Doctorate Programs

UW-Milwaukee College of Nursing Online Doctorate Programs Ranked as #10 Students are key research partners and clinical partners in the College of Nursing.  The College offers students an online education to earn either a PhD in Nursing or a Post-Master’s… Read More

IDEAS: EngagementCelebrate. Innovate. Transform.
Celebrate. Innovate. Transform.

Join UW-Milwaukee College of Nursing, as we embark on our 50th Anniversary Celebration. Please see all details on the 50th Anniversary Celebrations!

IDEAS: SolutionsUWM College of Nursing Partners With Area Paramedics
UWM College of Nursing Partners With Area Paramedics

Paramedic units to reach out to repeat emergency callers About 30 paramedics from Milwaukee-area and Madison fire departments are receiving training for a new program officials hope will help reduce the number of repeat emergency calls from chronically ill people…. Read More

Professor Buseh feels the pull to help his people
Getting a Grip on Diseases from Afar

For Aaron Buseh, the ongoing Ebola epidemic in West Africa is personal. “I am a man living in two worlds,” says the associate professor. “I am a Liberian and African, and I am here in the U.S. studying and teaching… Read More

Pre Nursing Research
Pre-nursing students present their research

Article by Greta Sedeikaite – UW Parkside (UWM Consortium), College of Natural and Health Sciences, Pre-Nursing Student- The Ranger News Online On December 3, 2014, more than 100 posters designed by pre-nursing students from the UWP College of Natural and… Read More

Gerontology from Milwaukee to Jordan

Meet Mohammad Rababa “I’m interested in pain management in people with dementia because this pain is underestimated by healthcare providers,” Rababa explains. “It’s very difficult to assess and measure pain in people with dementia. The majority of measurement tools that… Read More