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Category: Nursing News

Liberty University School of Nursing launches fast-track BSN program catered to college graduates, military veterans

Responding to the rising need for nurses in today’s healthcare environment, the Liberty University School of Nursing (LUSON) has created a new opportunity for those who already have a college degree or military veterans. The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) can now be completed in as little as one year through the Accelerated BSN (ABSN) residential program. LUSON Dean Shanna…

Course allows nursing students to take active role in assessing, serving local community needs

Out of the classroom and into the community, students from the Liberty University School of Nursing (LUSON) have learned about serving their neighbors by volunteering at regular clinical programs in Lynchburg, Va., and even creating their own opportunities, all as part of the course NURS 442: Strategy for Community Health Nursing Clinical. A senior-level course in the…

Liberty University holds on-campus clinic for employees eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccine

Following the guidelines for vaccine rollout phases set in place by the CDC, Liberty University held a COVID-19 vaccination clinic on campus on Thursday, offering free doses for up to 1,200 eligible university employees and to employees of Sodexo, Liberty’s dining services provider. Those eligible for the voluntary vaccines fall under the Phase 1a and…

Liberty nursing professor was among first class of BSN graduates 30 years ago

Liberty University’s School of Nursing is the largest nursing program in Virginia, but just like the rest of the university as a whole, its early years were characterized by small class sizes and a commitment to Christ-centered education that continues today. In 1991, 32 Liberty students earned the university’s first Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degrees,…

Liberty healthcare students continue serving on front lines of pandemic, begin receiving COVID-19 vaccine

Liberty University’s School of Nursing students and medical students from the College of Osteopathic Medicine (LUCOM) have continued to work as front-line healthcare workers during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and, in doing so, are at a higher risk of exposure to the virus. As such, the leadership at Liberty and the medical school advocated that its clinical students be…

Time-honored nursing ceremonies recognize graduating seniors, new sophomore nursing students

Marking the step from student to professional for the 94 students graduating next month, Liberty University’s School of Nursing (LUSON) held this semester’s pinning ceremony on Saturday evening, Nov. 7, 2020, at Thomas Road Baptist Church. Read the full Liberty University New Service article here.

Liberty nursing professor receives surprise retirement celebration after 21 years of service

Frederick Kail, better known as “Bo” to his students and fellow professors in the Liberty University School of Nursing, was celebrated at a surprise party on Thursday to mark his 21 years of service to Liberty, years characterized by his passion for nursing, his students, and serving God through his work. Read the full Liberty University…

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