Nursing changes you.

At Emory, you can change the world.

This is the place where you will experience the real world of health care — and master it — first-hand. A school where lines between classroom and career begin to blur, where you’ll grow from a student into a leader, and where you’ll learn to make a difference for patients today, tomorrow and every other day.

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Faculty scholars will collaborate with local community partners and the Region 4 Southeast Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Unit (PEHSU) — a region burdened by systemic racism and increasing climate change-related environmental threats that intensify health disparities.

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What's Happening at Emory Nursing...

SON to launch new programs training mental health nurses

SON to launch new programs training mental health nurses

The Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing plans to offer DNP, and post-master’s certificate programs in Psychiatry/Mental Health in Fall 2022
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Expanding Reach

A growing partnership between Emory’s School of Nursing and Spelman College helps create a top-educated and diverse nursing workforce to serve an increasingly diverse patient population—in Atlanta and beyond.
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A day in the life...

Every Tuesday and Thursday one Emory Nursing student takes over our Instagram feed, documenting their day and answering your questions about their routine.