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UTHSC Expands Accelerated Nursing Program, As Americans Rate Nursing as Most Trusted Profession for 19th Year

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For 19 years in a row, Americans have ranked nurses as the most ethical and honest profession, according to the 2020 Gallup Poll. “This is especially noteworthy as the poll took place during the COVID-19 pandemic – an unprecedented experience in our lifetimes – but it is not surprising,” said Wendy Likes, PhD, DNSc, APRN-Bc,… Read More


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UTHSC’s New Accelerated BSN Program Achieves 100-Percent First-Time Board Pass Rate

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First Cohort of 12-Month Program Overcomes Pandemic Challenges Becoming a nurse in one year sounds like an impossible task. But the 53 graduates of the first 12-month BSN cohort at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center achieved that goal during the COVID-19 pandemic and attained a 100-percent first-time pass rate on the National Council… Read More


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BSN Student Honored by Veteran Group for Academic Achievement, Determination

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Many people at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center will recognize Megan Janssen from her time in Information Technology Services, where she worked with the educational technology team and as a project coordinator with the Project Management Office. They might not know that she is a student in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing… Read More


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UTHSC’s 2015 Winter Graduation Sends 162 New Health Care Professionals into the Workforce; Provides Special Moment for Mother/Daughter Nurses

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When one student at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) accepted her diploma Dec. 11, she enjoyed an extra special touch: She accepted it from her mom. Natalie Amagliani, who earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree, was handed her diploma by her mother, Teresa Britt, who not only works for UTHSC… Read More


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Reactivated BSN Program Gets High Marks From Members of Inaugural Graduating Class, as Second Class Prepares to Graduate

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If you had told Joshua Light a few years ago that he would have a nursing degree and a good job at a Memphis hospital by the time he was 23, he probably would not have believed you. The former sales associate from Bartlett was among the first graduates of the reactivated Bachelor of Science… Read More