COLLEGE OF NURSING | FALL 2023
Now more than ever nursing students at UW Oshkosh have opportunities to prepare for healthcare environments of tomorrow with the top technology of today. Both undergraduate and graduate students for years have gained hands-on experience in the Simulation Training Center. But recent investments in new technology—including virtual reality—have expanded what’s possible in nursing simulation.
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Seon Yoon Chung, Dean
“Among many achievements, we celebrate the five-year accreditation of our simulation training center by the Society for Simulation in Healthcare, an international body that accredits medical simulation centers around the globe, in recognition of excellence in teaching and education. UW Oshkosh is believed to be the only nursing school in Wisconsin with this distinction.”
Updates include an alumna honored with a Nightingale Award, work to preserve stories from the pandemic, a new collaboration to boost rural healthcare and more.
Two traditional BSN students with deep commitments to their future professions and to their country have earned scholarships from the 40 & 8 local chapter.
Senior students from the UW Oshkosh College of Nursing are gaining insight into the compassion and care needed to help people with memory loss as well as assistance for caregivers.
Points of Pride
93.6% of new College of Nursing graduates have jobs soon after graduation, according to the annual First Destination Outcomes survey.
Simulation Training Center receives 5-year accreditation from the Society for Simulation in Healthcare.
Our Accelerated BSN program celebrates 20 years of excellence.
Two psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner programs created to address nationwide mental healthcare worker shortage.
54 nurses graduated in spring 2023 with Doctor of Nursing Practice degree.
Six years of being named one of the nation’s best schools for men in nursing by the American Association for Men in Nursing.