Student Proposes Study to Help Drug-Dependent Newborns

[dropcap]H[/dropcap]annah Fluhler wants the crying to stop. Because of a first-of-its kind fellowship, the Honors College student is assembling a research team to determine if soothing lullaby music combined with gentle rocking will aid newborns suffering from drug withdrawal. Hannah is proposing a pilot study to be conducted in the neonatal intensive care unit at Indiana University Health […]

Fake Blood, Simulated Patients Generate Real Results for Nursing Students

Future nurses at the school’s Simulation and Information Technology Center learn to address heart attacks, births and other medical situations.

Collaboration, Quality Care at the Heart of New College of Health

The college combines six schools and departments to better prepare students for work in Indiana’s surging health care sector.

New Nursing Grad’s at Home in Hometown Hospital’s ER

Brooke Van Hook’s nursing skills are one part of patient care in a hospital’s emergency room, and she was ready to contribute after graduating in July.