Grant making a difference through simulated education in TROY’s School of Nursing

Simulations such as this one held in April help to prepare students with hands-on learning opportunities.

Simulations such as this one held in April help to prepare students with hands-on learning opportunities.

Faculty from Troy University’s School of Nursing are putting grant funds received last fall to good use by providing students with hands-on experience using simulation-based programs.

The $1.5 million grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Resources, written by faculty members Dr. Rebecca Allen-Jones, Nikki Chen,…

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Grant to provide RISE for students in Troy University’s School of Nursing

The Health Resources and Services Administration grant will help the School of Nursing improve and expand its simulation-based education programs.

The Health Resources and Services Administration grant will help the School of Nursing improve and expand its simulation-based education programs.

A nearly $1.5 million grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration of the U.S. Department of Health And Human Resources will help Troy University recruit and retain nursing students through the increased use of simulation-based education programs.

Nursing faculty members Dr. Rebecca Allen-Jones, Nikki Chen and Dr. Alisha Hilburn wrote the grant, which enables…

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