Nursing practice. That's where it all began. Without it, there would be no nursing education, no nursing research. At our college, practice is still essential to all that we do.
How central is practice to the life of our college? Take a look and you'll see ...
CE available: Sexual harassment prevention for nurses Heading link
This course discusses the definition, types, causes and consequences of sexual harassment; the science and research around sexual harassment; the strategies for intervention and prevention if one experiences or witnesses it in the workplace; the reporting of sexual harassment within one’s own place of employment and to outside entities such as the Illinois Department of Human Rights; whistleblower protections; and more.
The course fulfills the Illinois nursing CE requirement as required by the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulations for a one (1) hour course in sexual harassment prevention training continuing education for Illinois LPN, RN and APRN license renewal.
Award-winning practice initiatives at UIC Nursing Heading link
Recent news of practice and partnerships Heading link
Our nurse-led, nurse-managed clinic Heading link
With practice so central to our mission, the College of Nursing is proud to operate the Mile Square Health Center in Humboldt Park. Nurse-led care is holistic, patient-centered care, and our practice is unique in its delivery of primary and mental health care in a single location on Chicago’s West Side. This academic practice also gives our students clinical experience in a clinic designated as an Edge Runner by the American Academy of Nursing.
Our faculty in current practice Heading link
In addition to our practitioners at the clinic in Humboldt Park, more than 40 College of Nursing faculty maintain active practices, living and working the profession for which they are simultaneously educating our students. Many of our faculty also consult with organizations in need of health-related assessments or wishing to implement health initiatives.