From telemedicine to healthcare reform, the future of nursing faces many changes in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A nursing shortage existed in many parts of the U.S. before the COVID-19 pandemic that increased concerns. Nurses have answered the call in many ways.
HBU appoints Dr. Kathryn Reveles as Associate Dean, Nursing and Allied Health, to help with the growth and success of their nursing programs.
Dr. Renae Schumann, Dean School of Nursing and Allied Health at Houston Baptist University was recently elected President of the Texas Nurses Association, District 9.
Nurses are on the front lines of infection control during a public health crisis and by ensuring infection disease protocols are maintained day to day.
Nurses understand why patient education is important. In the context of the COVID-19 virus outbreak, it is vital to stop the spread of disease. HBU online.
HBU student Terri Kimble was one of the many healthcare workers heeding the call in the Coronavirus response effort to volunteer in New York City.