School of Health
UOG instructor brings simulated training to nursing students in Palau
Chelsea Fama: One of UOG's first BUILD EXITO scholars
Jhon Delfin: From Introvert to Emerging Leader
UOG Social Work Professor Receives Lifetime Achievement Award
UOG Alumna Establishes Legacy of Compassion
Tasi Ada Brings Sports, Health Education to Island Community
Nursing Students Represent Guam at National Nursing Conference
Social Work Students Gain Cultural Insight in PI
The School of Health (SOH) is committed to improving the health, fitness, personal and social well-being of the people of Guam and the Western Pacific. To realize this mission the School of Health:
The BSN program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing
Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing
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For students completing the program in the following academic years
|First Time Pass Rate on National Council Licensure Exam for Nurses (NCLEX) By Calendar Year (Jan-Dec)||95.7||100||100|
|First Time Pass Rate on National Council Licensure Exam for Nurses (NCLEX) By Cohort/Date of Program Completion (May)||100||100||100|
|Graduates Obtaining Jobs within 6-9 months of graduation||95.5||100||Pending|
|Students Completing the Program in no more than 150% of program length (in no more than 7. 5 semesters)||67.7||63||Pending|
The Catalog is an important document that sets forth the academic requirements every student has to meet in order to garner a degree from the institution.
The grant will fund workforce development, caregiver training, and enhancement of the UOG nursing assistant program specifically related to Alzheimer's disease and related dementias.
Nursing Instructor Veronica Alave traveled to Palau to assemble simulation manikins and train students how to use them.
Margaret Hattori-Uchima, dean of the University of Guam School of Nursing & Health Sciences, was awarded the 2019 GNA Nurse of the Year Award on May 5 at the 68th Annual Guam Nurses Association Anniversary, Recognition, and Awards Banquet.
A second class of apprentices began the three-month Nursing Assistant Education Program in June at the University of Guam to become certified nursing apprentices (CNAs).
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