Learning How to Support Brain Health – October CARE Connections

Could community resources help address racial disparities in dementia by supporting brain health? That’s one of the questions driving UW–Madison School of Nursing assistant professor Megan Zuelsdorff’s research. Read about her work in the October …

New Friends: A service learning opportunity for health professional students

Are you looking for a fun service learning or volunteer opportunity?  New Friends might be for you! New Friends is a program that brings together health professional students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and individuals with …

One Alumna’s Transition to Practice and Beyond – August CARE Connections

Experiences as an undergraduate nursing student shape nursing practice and career choices. Read about UW–Madison School of Nursing alumna Kathryn Gerber’s transition to practice and her advice for current students in the August issue of …

Creating Dementia-Friendly Health Care Organizations – January CARE Connections

How can healthcare organizations become more dementia friendly, to support the growing number of people living with dementia? Read what family caregivers and providers suggest in the January issue of CARE Connections, the monthly newsletter …

New Friends volunteer / service-learning opportunity – apply by Sept 20

Are you looking for a fun service learning or volunteer opportunity?  New Friends might be for you! New Friends is a program that pairs undergraduate and health professional students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison with …

Fostering Relationships in Long-Term Care – March CARE Connections

Relationships are the basis of person-centered care. How can they be fostered in long-term care environments? Read the February issue of CARE Connections, the monthly newsletter of the School of Nursing’s Center for Aging Research …