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Jane Williams
Dean

Lynn Blanchette
Associate Dean

Yolande Lockett
Chair, Undergraduate Nursing

Debra Servello
Chair, Graduate Nursing

School of Nursing Staff

BSN Program
(401) 456-8013
(401) 456-8206 (fax)

MSN Program
(401) 456-9612
(401) 456-6331 (fax)


DNP Program
(401) 456-9612
(401) 456-6331 (fax)

 


Location

Fogarty Life Science (FLS)
Mall Area
MSN and DNP Programs
NEC-Providence (100 L)
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School of Nursing


Experience the excitement of participating in the dynamic health care world and the satisfaction of helping others. Your future is full of possibilities with a degree in nursing from Rhode Island College.​

"Contemporary Issues in HIV: Prevention to Palliative Care"

Sept. 29, 8 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Student Union Ballroom

The RIC School of Nursing in collaboration with the RI Association of Nurses in AIDS Care (ANAC) and the Brown University AIDS Program (BRUNAP) are sponsoring an HIV conference. The keynote speaker is Dr. Philip Chan who will give an overview of the HIV epidemic in Rhode Island. Topics include HIV and substance use, sex trafficking as HIV risk, and palliative care and HIV. Continuing education credits (CME/CEU/CE) for nurses, physicians, and social workers are available.

The student rate is $15 including breakfast and lunch. Others: $40. Register online at www.eventbrite.com and type in "13th Annual RI ANAC".

Please contact Dr. Joanne Costello at jcostello@ric.edu if you have questions.


Located in the Providence metropolitan area, the college campus is convenient for students and is within 5 miles of the major health care institutions of the State. The program partners with all the major health care agencies in the state to offer clinical education.

Our students reflect the social, ethnic and economic diversity of the state and encourage a cooperative, collegial learning environment that benefits all. The nursing faculty is extremely well-qualified and experienced in their areas of practice and committed to fostering the personal and intellectual growth of students.​​​​

Page last updated: September 14, 2017