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Barry’s undergraduate Nursing program one of 50 awarded funding to host White Coat Ceremonies

Barry University's undergraduate Nursing program has been awarded funding to host White Coat Ceremonies that champion compassionate care. The financial support — in the amount of $1,000 — was awarded by the Arnold P. Gold Foundation (APGF) and the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN). The College of Nursing and Health Sciences is one...  read more

Husband and wife embark together in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program

A husband questions how much longer his body can sustain the arduous labor of his construction career and a wife decides to drop out of high school after being bullied. These accounts offer a glimpse into the hardships Wilver and Lianet Quilca, husband and wife, have persevered through. Recently, the couple celebrated their 10-year anniversary in...  read more

Barry University’s Master of Biomedical Sciences Program ranked among Top 10

Barry University's Master of Biomedical Sciences Program has been ranked by GraduatePrograms.com as one of the top 10 graduate programs in the country. Barry ranked No. 10 and is the only Florida college or university to make the top 10. The ranking is based on student reviews submitted to the website prior to June 2016. The list ranks the top 23...  read more

Barry nursing and PA students volunteer at health fair for the homeless

A group of Barry University Nursing and Physician Assistant students recently volunteered to serve at a health fair for the homeless at Miami Beach Community Church. Joining the students were Professors Suzanne Jaffe and Faye Milne from the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, and PA instructor William Demshok. The group from Barry performed...  read more

Barry University volunteers join Drs. Eric and James Stelnicki to perform life-saving surgeries in Guyana

A group of volunteers from Barry University recently joined Dr. Eric J. Stelnicki and his father, Barry trustee Dr. James Stelnicki, on a medical mission trip to Georgetown, Guyana. The trip was funded in-part by Children's Health and Rehabilitative Missions (CHARM), a non-profit organization established by Dr. Eric J. Stelnicki. The mission to...  read more

College of Nursing's outreach crosses borders and changes lives

Barry University Nursing: Great opportunities to learn and give back to the community Barry University College of Nursing students learn skills, values and a sense of community that stays with them as they graduate and throughout their careers. As they go from the community within the university to a much larger one outside, they expand their...  read more

International Experts Discuss Limb Loss

Barry University and Derma Sciences invites you to a scientific program supporting National Limb Loss Awareness Month. Join us as our panel of international experts discuss total contact casting in wound management and Charcot reconstruction, offloading in the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers, and how amputation prevention can save lives....  read more

Barry University students in School of Podiatric Medicine and College of Nursing and Health Sciences work together at medical workshop

Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine's Diabetes Club joined forces with the College of Nursing and Health Sciences to host the first inter-professional workshop. Sponsored by the National Student Nurses' Association's board at Barry, students from both medical fields gained insights from one another and shared techniques to performing...  read more

Barry alumna Diane Amado-Tate named Chief Nursing Officer at Doctors Hospital

Diane Amado-Tate, class of 2004 alumna of Barry University's Graduate Health Management Programs in the College of Health Sciences was named Chief Nursing Officer at Doctors Hospital. Amado-Tate, who has 22 years of experience in the nursing field, worked as an assistant vice president of nursing at South Miami Hospital before being promoted. In...  read more

Barry University awarded $225,000 grant from Florida Blue Foundation for Statewide Nursing Leadership Development program

Barry University recently received a $225,000 grant from the Florida Blue Foundation — an affiliate of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association (BCBS) – to create and implement a statewide Nursing Leadership Development program. For two years, the grant period, a group of 32 nurse professionals from eight regions of Florida will receive...  read more

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