It started small – a three-year grant from Florida Blue for the study of patient safety. The award was made in 2014 to Teri Chenot and Jacksonville University faculty colleague, Roberta Christopher, as co-investigators. When the grant ended, Chenot, Christopher, …Read More »
More than 6 million Floridians live in areas where there is a shortage of primary care physicians, according to the Association of American Medical Colleges. That makes Florida last in the nation in access to primary care.
To address that …Read More »
Twenty-two Keigwin School of Nursing (KSON) Spring 2020 graduates took part in the University’s first-ever pinning parade on Saturday, June 27, to commemorate their entry into the nursing profession.
“We wanted to celebrate with our graduates and their loved ones …Read More »
For the first time in school history, Jacksonville University will open a Student Health Center to serve the healthcare needs of our students.
“As we endure a global health emergency, now more than ever, we are keenly aware of the …Read More »
In the midst of current adversity, the Jacksonville University nursing community banded together to engage in initiatives to uplift and aid their colleagues, who are treating victims of the COVID-19 virus.
The idea evolved from Clinical Assistant Professor of Nursing …Read More »
“People always want to do their best. They don’t want to hurt anyone,” says Bob Brigham, DBA, one of Jacksonville University’s newest Healthcare Quality and Safety (HQS) Programs adjunct professors. Yet the amount of medical errors in this country is …Read More »
Strengthening its position as a leader in quality healthcare education and training in Northeast Florida, Jacksonville University today named Dr. Mark Tillman the new Dean of the Brooks Rehabilitation College of Healthcare Sciences.
“Dr. Tillman brings impressive skills in an …Read More »