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College of Health Professions among Weber State’s top 5 schools for graduate employment

Right behind science and tech, WSU’s College of Health Professions saw 56 percent of its four-year graduates in full-time employment in their fields of expertise, with an average annual salary of $46,387.

Nurses Flock to Weber for 9th Annual Nursing Research Conference

The 9th annual Nursing Research Conference brought nurses from all over Utah to Weber State University Friday. The conference featured four different speakers who all spoke about their research.

Tributes: Social Media memories of Weber State, Hospital Nurse

Who was Cindy Candland? She was a devoted mother, friend and co-worker say friends on social media.

World Traveling WSU Nurse Bikes Canada to Mexico for Charity

After returning from a month-long research trip to Southeast Africa, one Weber State University faculty member has jumped on her bike and is riding for charity from Canada to Mexico along the Pacific.

An Indoor Ambulance Lets WSU Students Simulate Emergencies 

Weber State University’s Department of Emergency Care and Rescue (ECR) is set to unveil its new, state-of-the-art ambulance simulator. The simulator is the first of its kind in the Intermountain West.

(FOX 13 News Feature Story) Simulated ambulance helps students at WSU prepare to treat patients

OGDEN, Utah – Weber State University has one of the nation’s oldest programs for training emergency medical responders, and now it has cutting edge technology as well.

WSU’s Inaugural Endowed Chair Using 3-D Medical Imaging to Advance Health Care Education

Dr. Robert Walker, WSU's chair of radiologic sciences, has been selected as the Dr. Ezekiel R. and Edna Wattis Dumke Inaugural University Endowed Chair.

International Service Leads to 2014 Lindquist Award at WSU

Lisa Trujillo, respiratory therapy assistant professor, will receive the John A. Lindquist Award to be given at a luncheon, March 26 from noon to 1:30 p.m. in the Shepherd Union Ballrooms.

WSU Nurses Demonstrate Deadly Results of Texting and Driving

Nursing faculty and students hope to commit hundreds of Bonneville High School students to safer driving during a March 20 presentation about the dangers of texting while behind the wheel.

Historian Discusses Changes, Trends in Nursing

Deborah Judd, associate professor of nursing and primary author of “A History of American Nursing: Trends and Eras,” will share her research, March 17 at 7 p.m. in the Lindquist Alumni Center.

$2.5 Million Grant Helps WSU Train Health Information Management Professionals

The Dr. Ezekiel R. Dumke College of Health Professions has received a $2.5 million "capacity-building grant" to double the size of two high-demand programs: Health Information Technology and Health Information Management.