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USF-UF Team Devises Specialty Transitional Care Program to Improve Patient Services

Shayna Rabess Gator, Shayna Rabess, and Bull, Gisela Kennedy, land finalist spot in the 2020 Florida Blue Health Innovation Challenge with a project that would improve the care transition from hospital to home to the healthcare provider by implementing transitional care management (TCM) services. The innovation is aiming to decrease…

UF Rises to #6 Public University

U.S. News & World Report named the University of Florida the No. 6 public university in the country, continuing the university’s upward trajectory and placing it on the cusp of reaching its top-five goal. UF ascends to No. 6 in U.S. News & World Report rankings.

BSN Convocation Shines Light on Inequalities

“Never before has it been more evident that nurses can make a difference than now, during the global COVID-19 pandemic.” UF College of Nursing Dean Anna McDaniel opened the Annual BSN Convocation with a greeting for students that showed the energy, commitment and community of Gator Nurses. The annual…

Gator Advances Her Nursing Career with a UF BSN at Age 47

It’s never too late to pursue your passion. For Betty Alcover, 47, making the transition from the financial side to the medical side of healthcare was a keen goal of hers. Starting out in insurance billing at a top hospital in Tampa, FL, Betty longed for patient care. To achieve…

Lucero awarded two-year $1M AHRQ project

Congratulations to Robert Lucero, PhD, MPH, RN, FAAN, associate professor, and his colleague, Dr. Patricia Dykes at Harvard Medical School, on receiving a Notice of Award for a two-year $1 million AHRQ project titled: Shareable, Interoperable Clinical decision Support for Older Adults: Advancing Fall assessment and Prevention Patient-Centered…