Meet the Dean
Meet the Dean of the College of Nursing: Dean Patricia Ravert
Former student, Andrea Gardner, poses as Florence Nightingale at the 100th anniversary of Nightingale’s death (2010).
Graduates of the baccalaureate nursing program celebrate following College of Nursing convocation.
Graduate Program Outcomes
The Family Nurse Practitioner program is ranked among the top nursing graduate schools in the nation.
Public and Global Health
The Public and Global Health course provides opportunities for students to practice nursing skills abroad.
The Healer's Art
The bi-annual college magazine informs alumni and friends of nursing events and activities.
Research and Conferences
Students attend a conference in Madison, WI.
A MEG grant facilitates student learning in the Navajo Nation.
"I learned the power of cultural humility when entering into a new environment for the first time. I learned that as I humbled myself before the Samoan people they welcomed me in and they allowed me to view their culture from the inside, rather than the outside. I was able to hear the Samoan peoples stories and visit with their families. I learned that having cultural humility is an attribute that will allow you to care for almost all cultures. By showing love and a listening heart, others feel more comfortable and open up to you. Through this experience in Samoa, I have learned how I can deal with people of other cultures. I now know how I can approach others and how I can practice the Healers art. By loving and serving others I can make a difference in people’s lives."
“Every day, in every village, there would be time set aside to pray as a family and ponder known as Sa. It didn’t matter what religion the people in the village belonged to, they all set aside this sacred hour to talk to God and get out of the world. I realized that I needed to make God always first”
"Throughout my entire stay in Samoa, I could feel the spirit constantly guiding me. My knowledge of the Healers art through global health has been made clear during our trip to the South Pacific. We are all Heavenly Fathers children and it fascinates me how much love He has for everyone in all parts of the world. His spirit glows in the Samoans eyes and hearts. Nurses have the gift to heal His children in every way possible. We are His hands to care for those in need. I was fortunate enough to demonstrate this task as we served the people of Samoa."
News Report of BYU College of Nursing global health Samoa