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

Professor Perspective: Undergraduate Research

Written by Dr. Aaron Buseh, PhD, MPH, MSN Associate Professor Nancy Thao Nguyen—a senior nursing student–is one of our Nursing Endeavor Student, a program developed in the College of Nursing with the goal of recruiting and retaining talented ethnic minority… Read More

Flex your potential

Andrea, a UW-Milwaukee College of Nursing FLEX student, is on her way to completing her Bachelor’s in Nursing degree in Spring 2015.  Through successful completion of multiple competencies during her first period she is setting an example for future FLEX… Read More

Flexible options meet students’ needs

Online classes at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee were a perfect fit in Tanya Kreil’s life. She was working as a travel nurse when she decided to go back to school. In that job, she took on assignments to help out… Read More

Disney Nurse Yenor
Nurse in the Magic Kingdom

Clarice Yenor (’73 BS Nursing) helps coordinate care for employees who are world-famous characters and the “special people whose job it is to create magic and spread happiness for all the guests coming to Walt Disney World.” “I never thought… Read More

Teaching clinical skills- and compassion

“Annie,” a 64-year-old woman living in poverty, showed up at a local emergency room last year suffering from serious complications of untreated diabetes and other chronic health conditions. The emergency room staff gave her prescriptions for diabetes and high blood… Read More

Safe Infant Sleeping Gets a Boost

Many parents sleep with their infants. That’s a reality in spite of public service campaigns, recommendations from pediatricians and horrific news stories about co-sleeping deaths. It’s also why a UWM nurse researcher, an engineering faculty member and a team of… Read More

Jobs with a Serious Impact: Work-Study in MKE

Jasmine Woodley has discovered a way to help pay for her education while helping others. Woodley, a nursing student at UWM, works as a tutor through the university’s America Reads program, which is coordinated through the Center for Community-Based Learning,… Read More

Pass the peace, and quiet

“Shhhhhhhhh.” Bringing down the noise level isn’t quite as easy as putting a finger to the lips to shush people, but a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee researcher is discovering ways to bring down the mealtime noise levels in nursing homes. “I’m… Read More