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College of Nursing

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All of our activities and programs provide nurse leaders with tools to innovate, research, plan and implement the Institute of Medicine’s Future of Nursing recommendations.

Center for Nursing Leadership

The Center for Nursing Leadership was established in 2004 and serves as a career-long development resource center. The center specializes in programs designed to meet the unique needs of nurse leaders and their organizations. We provide a virtual project development environment for collaborative teams from across the state to advance health for all South Carolina residents.

Cancer Survivorship Research Center

The center is dedicated to alleviating the burden and suffering from cancer. The multidisciplinary faculty have diverse research expertise including prevention, early detection, diagnosis, treatment, palliative care, and survivorship. We invite faculty, students, colleagues, and stakeholders to explore and engage in our research community. 

Center for Simulation and Experiential Learning (SAEL)

The Simulation Center allows our nursing students to experience clinical scenarios — ranging from common patient cases to low-frequency, high-risk events — in realistic practice environments and engage in decision-making and interventions that only licensed registered nurses can do in patient care settings. 

ACORN Center

As one of South Carolina’s SmartState Centers, the Center for Advancing Chronic Care Outcomes through Research and Innovation (ACORN) focuses on innovative, multidisciplinary research to improve health and quality of life among people with chronic conditions. 

Perinatal, Pediatrics, and Family Research Center (PPFRC)

Established in 2022, PPFRC will improve the health and wellbeing for families through research and innovation, and leadership and excellence through collaborative, interdisciplinary research.


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