November is National Caregiver Month; Arizona is home to over 855,000 caregivers.
PCC says its nursing program once again has the state’s “highest measure of confidence."
The cut affects about 400 patients and 36 employees.
Employees couldn't explain why a patient didn't get medication on 19 occasions.
The head of Pima Community College’s largest program is resigning after an investigation of claims she tried to solicit prescription painkillers from subordinates.
Tucson Medical Center has canceled a training contract with Pima Community College in the wake of a recent sanction against PCC’s nursing program.
Save the date: May 16, 2014
CODAC is hosting a job fair today and tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The Tucson Nurses Week Foundation began in July of 1994 when a group of Tucson nurse leaders came together to pursue a vision for a city-wide celebration of Nurses Week.
The local University of Phoenix campus is having an open house
today to show off its remodeled student center and offer job-search
Long-term-care student Kari Wahrer, left, and business student Mirtha Delbridge used a private study area Friday. The University of Phoenix emphasizes group work.
Business student Lucy Tripp checked out the new computer lab Friday at the University of Phoenix. The lab has about 40 computers.
Students at Pima Community College will pay premium pricing for
certain classes beginning next spring semester.
On top of a 9 percent increase in base tuition, college leaders
want 30-40 percent tuition hikes for 16 degree programs.
With a 20 percent tuition premium, the student would actually
pay 12 percent more for the degree.
Nurses from the intensive-care unit that cared for U.S. Rep.
Gabrielle Giffords and other victims of the Jan. 8 mass shooting
spoke to reporters on Monday.
The University of Arizona could more than double enrollment in
its nursing school with a new, online master's degree program.
Inside Higher Ed picked up an interesting story we told you
about in September.