The UW–Madison School of Nursing is pleased to share that Associate Professor Dr. Earlise Ward has been recognized as one of seven ‘Outstanding Women of Color for 2015-2016.
A dairy farmer in northwestern Wisconsin sized up his mangled thumb, wrapped in duct tape, and issued his prognosis: It would heal eventually and, besides, it was milking time.
The man was one of many rural residents that University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing students met during an annual three-week Rural Community Health Immersion Clinical program.
What do a social work professor, graduate student in music, VA physician, state health agency staff, music therapist and associate dean of nursing have in common?
They all led small group discussions following a special screening of the documentary “Alive Inside” in Cooper Hall.