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AI technology: A promising aid in nursing education and beyond

Nurses would probably be more satisfied, experience less burnout and stay in the profession longer if they had broad access to AI, according to Lisiane Pruinelli, PhD, MS, RN, FAMIA, associate professor at the University of Florida College of Nursing.  “Many nurses leave the profession because of all the heavy…

UF Nursing Faculty Expand Campus Health Care Access

UF College of Nursing students may have noticed few familiar faces at the Student Health Care Center on campus this semester. Thanks to a collaboration between UF College of Nursing faculty and the UF SHCC, nursing faculty now serve as providers at the clinic during the busy fall and spring…

Staja “Star” Booker awarded prestigious science communication fellowship

Congratulations to Assistant Professor Staja “Star” Booker, PhD, RN, for being named a Mayday Pain and Society Fellow! This competitive science communication fellowship supports the next generation of pain experts who develop evidence-based information about pain care and treatment, as well as promising research emerging in the field. Booker will…

UF Nursing faculty advance nursing informatics research

Congratulations to Assistant Professor Tamara Macieira, PhD, RN, R. Murray And Annabel Davis Jenks Endowed Professor, Gail Keenan, PhD, RN, FAAN, and Research Associate Professor Yingwei Yao, PhD, for receiving funding for the R33 phase of their study, “Harmonizing and Integrating Nursing Data into Multidisciplinary Datasets to Evaluate Hospital Care…

In the News: UF Nursing Faculty Discover Ways to Improve Nurse Retention

Clinical Assistant Professor Bryce Catarelli, DNP, APRN, FNP-C recently appeared in a segment hosted by WPLG 10 to speak about her work with Clinical Assistant Professor Patrick Nobles, DNP, APRN, FNP-BC, CNL and Clinical Lecturer Michael Aull, MSN, BSN, to research strategies that can be used to improve retention rates…

UF Nursing Welcomes AI Pioneer Lisiane Pruinelli

The University of Florida College of Nursing recently welcomed its newest artificial intelligence expert, Lisiane Pruinelli, PhD, RN, FAMIA, as an associate professor in the Family Health and Community Science Department. Before coming to UF, Pruinelli was part of the University of Minnesota faculty, where she most recently served as…

This November, I Am Thankful to be Advocating for Health Care Equity

Assistant Professor Lisa Scarton, PhD, RN, speaks about what the month of November means to her. November is one of my favorite times of year: It is both Native American Heritage Month and Diabetes Awareness Month, and these events are of personal importance to me. During Native American Heritage Month,…