After losing her father to a heart attack at age 12, Lisa Smithgall knew she wanted to be a nurse, and “be able to assist people who were ill and help them to be well while supporting them and their families during difficult times.”
East Tennessee State University’s College of Nursing was ranked high among the best schools in the state offering online registered nurse to bachelor of science in nursing programs.
NEW YORK – Five graduates of the Tusculum University nursing program are stepping forward to help ease the crunch experienced by hospitals in New York due to the coronavirus.
East Tennessee State University’s College of Nursing was listed 10th among the most affordable online Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) programs in the country, according to a new ranking by BestHealthDegrees.com.
In an effort to decrease the number of unreported sexual assaults in the region, the College of Nursing at East Tennessee State University will use a $1.4 million federal grant to train more sexual assault nurse examiners (SANE nurses) and expand patient access to sexual assault evidentiary exams.
World War II solidified her path to becoming a nurse. A number of nurses, including her sister, joined the military to help the war effort. This created a shortage of nurses on the home front.
For high school students at Milligan College’s Summer Camps, it’s never too early to begin learning practical skills in engineering, nursing and computer science.
A faculty member in the East Tennessee State University College of Nursing is among just 30 individuals from across the nation selected to take part in an inaugural boot camp this summer.
Education Commissioner Candice McQueen announced Wednesday that the state is now furthering its work to make sure students receive an education that aligns with the needs of Tennessee’s workforce.
MILLIGAN COLLEGE – Milligan College student Brittany Grimes of Nashville didn’t always want to be a nurse.
Approximately 80 future nurses walked across the stage at East Tennessee State University’s Martha Street Culp Auditorium on Friday afternoon to take part in the College of Nursing’s white coat ceremony.
ELIZABETHTON — Tricia Cannon was recently awarded a $1,000 scholarship from the Bonnie Brumit endowment to practical nursing at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology in Elizabethton.