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School of Nursing

Better Health for All People

Advanced practice nurses. Midwives. Scientists. Leaders. The Yale School of Nursing (YSN) prepares expert clinicians, researchers, and policymakers who tackle the biggest questions in healthcare. Your support of the school can help Yale nurses turn the tide on COVID, stem chronic disease, care for aging populations, advance equal access to care, and respond to health challenges posed by global warming. Your giving makes a difference.

Caring for the Global Community

Better health for all people—this is the School of Nursing’s ultimate mission. Distinguished faculty educate their students with the view that high-quality, patient-centered healthcare is a right for all. Graduates take this philosophy ever where they go after Yale, caring for communities and populations around the globe who depend on their expert knowledge and skills. Now, more than ever, health equity is a matter of urgent importance. With donor support, the School of Nursing is answering that call.

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Yale School of Nursing graduate accepting a diploma at commencement

August 2, 2021

Rodman Family Creates Professorship at School of Nursing

The Rodman Family Professorship will be held by an expert devoted to gerontology in their research, teaching, and clinical practice.
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September 7, 2018

Leading the Way for Advances in Healthcare

The faculty of the Yale School of Nursing are leading the way across a variety of healthcare fields and research contexts. Thomas Naratil ’83 and Wendy Naratil ’83 have created a permanent endowment to allow one faculty member at the School of Nursing to pursue a new research idea or undertake a cutting-edge project.
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