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Tonja Hartjes Featured on AJN Podcast

Clinical Associate Professor Tonja Hartjes, DNP, ACNP/FNP-BC, CCRN-CSC Clinical Associate Professor Tonja Hartjes was featured in an American Journal of Nursing podcast where AJN editor-in-chief Shawn Kennedy spoke with her about her article, which provides an overview of clinical considerations related to the assessment and treatment of pain, agitation, and…

Our 60th Anniversary: A Tribute to how Gator Nurses INSPIRE

As the College celebrates its 60th anniversary, we devote time to celebrating each concept in our tri-part motto: CARE. LEAD. INSPIRE. Here is the third of several videos highlighting these concepts, focusing on INSPIRE. Our students, faculty, graduates and supporters INSPIRE those around them whether it is their patients, colleagues,…

Our 60th Anniversary: A Tribute to how Gator Nurses LEAD

As the College celebrates its 60th anniversary, we devote time to celebrating each concept in our tri-part motto: CARE. LEAD. INSPIRE. Here is the second of several videos highlighting these concepts, focusing on LEAD. Our students, faculty, graduates and supporters LEAD in every part of health care, whether as CEO’s…

Diana Wilkie works to bring palliative care to forefront

Diana Wilkie, Ph.D., R.N., FAAN, Prairieview Trust-Earl and Margo Powers Endowed Professor, College of Nursing Diana Wilkie firmly believes that palliative care isn’t only for people with life-threatening illnesses. While some associate palliative care primarily with end-of-life care, she says it should be available to anyone…

Our 60th Anniversary: A Tribute to how Gator Nurses CARE

As the College celebrates its 60th anniversary, we devote time to celebrating each concept in our tri-part motto: CARE. LEAD. INSPIRE. Here is the first of several videos highlighting these concepts, beginning with CARE. Our students, faculty, graduates and supporters CARE about our patients, our communities, each other and the…

Citty Bridges Education, Research and Patient Care

Sandra Citty, a clinical assistant professor in the College of Nursing. A step toward better health Nursing professor working to improve processes regarding nutritional supplements By Veronica Garcia Sandra Wolfe Citty, Ph.D., R.N., ARNP-BC, has been involved in health care from the start. Her parents owned a medical transcription…

Albanese-O’Neill Co-Authors Article on Pediatrics Diabetes Care

College of Nursing Assistant Professor Anastasia Albanese-O’Neill co-authored an article related to guidelines for children with diabetes at elementary and secondary school settings published by the American Diabetes Association. The position statement on diabetes management in the elementary and secondary school setting includes the recommendation that school nurses, as well…

The Bedside and Beyond

Versie Johnson-Mallard uses research to change behavior in adolescents and young adults By Sam Burroughs Versie Johnson-Mallard, Ph.D., ARNP, FAAN, can see gaps in health care that need to be filled and is using her expertise to help fill them.