TCU Nursing

First-Gen Single Mom Overcame Cancer, Amputation to Fulfill Nursing Dream

  Horned Frog Annette Rios believes there is no mountain too high to climb. Rios started TCU as a single mom and first-generation college student...

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James L. West Residents Create Artwork to Support a TCU Nursing Organization’s Vision of a Dementia-Friendly Fort Worth

With the holidays around the corner, TCU nursing students provide a way for community members to purchase unique presents with a purpose. Nothing brin...

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Preparing Nurses in a Pandemic

The World Health Organization designated 2020 as the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife, celebrating the 200th anniversary of Florence Nighti...

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TCU Nursing Camp 2020

*UPDATE:  12/07/2020-  Discover TCU Nursing camp for 2020 and 2021 is cancelled due to the ongoing public health threat posed by COVID-19.  So, you...

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Cowtown Oncology Nursing Symposium

It’s time to saddle up and come on out to the 10th Annual Cowtown Oncology Nursing Symposium, March 6- 7, 2020. This activity has been designed to m...

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In Their Shoes

By Laine Zizka ’19   “We are getting pampered today,” one podiatry clinic guest remarked through a smile and thick New Orleans accent. ...

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Preceptor Spotlight: John Hedgpeth

John Hedgpeth Medical City Fort Worth Preceptor for TCU Nursing   What made you want to become a preceptor? As nurses, you rely on each other for...

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Health Literacy – A Student’s Take

By Savannah Rae Hale   “I don’t understand” – the mantra of my student life. I sit here in my senior semester of nursing school and I sti...

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