The people who make up the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing represent diverse backgrounds and are united in their passion to improve health and transform health care. The stories below highlight some of the people and programs that make up the school.
Nursing students experience poverty
Master’s Entry Program in Nursing students participated in a four-hour simulation to better understand what it is like to live in poverty. The experience provides future nurses a glimpse of the barriers many people face in trying to access health care services.