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New advanced graduate certificate in psychiatric mental health offered by College of Nursing & Health Sciences

Program will prepare nurses for board certification as psychiatric mental health nurse practitioners

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New update from Dean Kimberly Christopher

Two in-person undergraduate nursing classes and one MLS class will switch to remote delivery while clinical experiences remain at health care agencies

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A memo regarding health and safety on campus and in clinical settings

Unified effort required to stay safe while following CDC guidelines and government recommendations

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An update on the Fall 2020 semester from Dean Kimberly Christopher

In-person instruction and health agency-based clinicals will be held this fall

Webinar Recording: COVID-19 Updates

Presented by College of Nursing & Health Sciences faculty

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UMass Dartmouth student-athletes on the frontlines of COVID-19

Stars in the classroom, on the field, and in the medical community

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The College of Nursing & Health Sciences is committed to high-quality education in a technology-rich environment this fall

CNHS is proactively preparing for either on-campus or online delivery of classes while maintaining quality instruction, faculty research, and supporting operations to prepare students for a successful career.

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New academic programs offered by the College of Nursing & Health Sciences

A new minor in Global Health open to all majors and an online MLS degree completion program were introduced this semester

UMass Dartmouth COVID-19 Informational Forum

University faculty and staff provide science-backed facts on the coronavirus

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College of Nursing & Health Sciences presents annual summit on the impact of childhood adversity on health

Summit on March 3 will feature speakers from Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard University with a viewing of the documentary film, No Small Matter

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