Caring in the Face of a Pandemic: Nursing Faculty Recognized by DAISY Foundation
For years, nurses have been the unsung heroes in hospitals. But COVID-19 has opened the eyes of the public to see what nursing truly is. These are the words of Lourdes Cody, assistant professor in the Tanner Health System School of Nursing (THSSON) at the University of West Georgia and one of this year's recipients of the DAISY Award.
Nurses Abroad: Nursing Students Gain New Experiences in Costa Rica
Real-world experience is an important component of academic and professional development, as 10 University of West Georgia student nurses recently had the opportunity to experience in San Jose, Costa Rica.
Pushing Boundaries: UWG Nursing Alumnus Thrives as RN, Educator
When Raequon Jones graduated from the University of West Georgia's Tanner Health System School of Nursing (THSSON) in 2017, he had plans to work in Emory's Nurse Residency Program, focusing on the intensive and coronary care units.
Nursing Students Use Art to Express Caring
The mission of the University of West Georgia's Tanner Health System School of Nursing is to exemplify academic excellence in a caring environment by providing quality undergraduate and graduate education to meet current and evolving health care needs within the global community.
A Team Effort: Prestigious DAISY Award Presented to Nursing Faculty
Two University of West Georgia nursing professors, Shelly Crager and Dr. Kelly Dyar, were recently presented with the DAISY Foundation's Award for Extraordinary Nursing Faculty.