In today’s world, it’s safe to say that the true meaning of self-care has been distorted to model something that it’s not. The run of the mill alone time and bubble baths seem to be very last year compared to …Read More »
Jacksonville University is about to be hit with a triple threat: Dr. Joseph Maroon.
The American neurosurgeon, author and triathlon athlete will visit campus to speak on burnout and mental health and wellness at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 16, in …Read More »
Often, we keep piling small tasks on our schedules until items start tumbling off unfinished by their deadline.
Before you know it, you bail on your day at noon, head to your room, transform into a human burrito and binge …Read More »
Dr. Whitney George, Assistant Professor and an original faculty member of Jacksonville University’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program stands among some of Jacksonville’s brightest young leaders. They innovate, serve, create, imagine, launch, enterprise, and blaze the way forward—and they’ve done …Read More »
By Laura Phelps
For her outstanding service and dedication to students and to the University, Dr. Mary Gipson, Professor of Nursing in the Keigwin School of Nursing, was named Jacksonville University 2019-20 Professor of the Year.
Dr. Gipson was honored …Read More »
By Charles Harvey, MSN, RN, CNOR & Pam Rillstone, PhD, APRN, CNS-BS, FT
Ever wonder why some days seem worse than others? Maybe a recent doctor’s visit revealed a blood pressure higher than expected even though you feel that you’re …Read More »
Expert Panel Explores Patient Safety Solutions for Victims of Human Trafficking at Annual QSEN Forum
By Sheri Webber
About one in four human trafficking survivors come into contact with a healthcare professional at some point. But some members of the medical community feel they lack the awareness, training, and collaborative network necessary to combat the …Read More »
By Kathleen Kavanagh DMH, MSN Ed, RN
Have you or a loved one ever experienced a painful migraine headache that became more frequent and chronic?
Some causes of migraines include a family tendency or genetic predisposition, hormonal changes, weather related …Read More »