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The UNC School of Nursing offers a full complement of top-ranked programs for students at every stage of their nursing career. From our pre-licensure programs to Master’s, DNP, PhD, and post-degree opportunities, to a wide array of continuing education programs, Carolina Nursing excels at advancing the art and science of nursing care.
This fall, associate professor and Beerstecher-Blackwell Distinguished Term Scholar Dr. Patricia Silveyra was appointed director of the Biobehavioral Lab. It’s been a busy semester for Dr. Silveyra and her team — they welcomed another new team member, research specialist Dr. Chongben Zhang, and launched a new website for the lab. Silveyra … Continued
Congratulations to Assistant Professor Jada Brooks, PhD, MSPH, RN, whose research on environmental and mental health effects on heart health in women is the feature story on the National Institutes of Health’s National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities website. Check out the feature here. Way to go, Dr. … Continued
Margery Duffey, RN, PhD passed away peacefully at the DuBose Health Center in The Cedars of Chapel Hill on November 29, 2018, at the age of 92. Dr. Duffey served as the Associate Dean for Planning and Development at the UNC School of Nursing from 1980 – 1985. She was an … Continued
Kenan Professor and Associate Dean for Research Ruth Anderson is a Multiple Principal Investigator (MPI) on a $3.47 million, five-year U01 grant awarded by the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research and National Institute on Aging, both part of the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Anderson will lead a … Continued
distinctly empowered to advance health for all
Local Focus, Global Impact
The School of Nursing was established at UNC in 1950 to help meet critical health needs facing the people of North Carolina. Today, more than six decades later, the health and well being of our fellow citizens remains our proud and primary focus.
But as we work to advance health care for our neighbors, the impact of that work is felt at points all over the globe. From our home on South Columbia Street, to Cambodia, to Cairo, Carolina Nursing is improving nursing education and health care all around the world.