Founded in 1905, the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing offers nationally-ranked academic programs, internationally-recognized research initiatives, and clinical collaborations with prestigious health care systems.
Our academic programs prepare students to serve a wide community, shape the future of nursing, and make an impact on patients at home and abroad.
The School of Nursing’s curriculum focuses on nurse leadership, service-learning, and global health.
Our researchers are shaping the future of health care through scholarship.
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Margaret Ann Hoffman
Emory Nursing Facts