Learning About, From and With Each Other
For more than a decade, Samford University has pursued excellence in interprofessional education. Today, with its four health-related schools under the College of Health Sciences, its commitment to collaboration has expanded to encompass interprofessional education, scholarship and practice.
Serving the Underserved
At Ida Moffett School of Nursing, practice meets mission at the Easterseals Clinic in Pell City, Alabama.
Birmingham Baptist Hospital School of Nursing Alumni Celebrate Reunions
Birmingham Baptist Hospital School of Nursing was founded by The Birmingham Baptist Association in 1922 to educate nurses and meet a desperate need for skilled practitioners. In 1968, the school was renamed Ida V. Moffett School of Nursing after Birmingham Baptist Hospital graduate Ida Vines Moffett.
Ida Moffett School of Nursing Introduces Psychiatric Mental Health Concentration
Samford University’s Ida Moffett School of Nursing launched a psychiatric mental health concentration within the nurse practitioner department. The concentration is designed to prepare primary care nurse practitioners to manage the mental and behavioral care of patients across the lifespan.
Pushing Health Care Simulation Closer to Reality
The ingenuity of faculty in Samford’s Experiential Learning and Simulation Center extends the limits of realism to improve simulation experiences for students.
Simulation in Nursing Education: 10 Years of Enhancing Patient Care
In 2009, Ida Moffett School of Nursing first utilized high-fidelity simulation to provide students with realistic patient care scenarios within a safe environment. Over the past ten years, the authenticity of these scenarios has changed drastically.
One Death is Too Many
Ida Moffett School of Nursing faculty Megan Mileski seeks to find solutions to Alabama’s high maternal mortality rates