Building Vaccine Confidence in Louisville

A nurse since 1976 with thirty years of experience with infection prevention and control, University of Louisville Professor Ruth Carrico, PhD, DNP, APRN was invited to Wuhan by the Chinese equivalent of the CDC.

Re-Examining the Nursing Exam

“If we had a COVID surge, where would we get our nurses from?” This was the most pressing question on the mind of Laura Reichhardt, MS, AGPCNP, RN, Director of the Hawaii State Center for Nursing.

Together, We Can Accomplish Anything

The Regis College community gathered Tuesday for Convocation, one of the first major in-person events on campus in more than a year, to officially kick off the start of the academic year.

What you Need to Know About On-Campus Testing

The fall semester at Regis is off to a great start. Below is some helpful information about the on-campus testing process and how the campus community continues to #ProtectThePride.

Aug. 10 Town Hall and Updates to COVID-19 protocol

Regis College President Antoinette Hays, PhD, RN, hosted a university-wide town hall on Tuesday, August 10, to discuss the university’s fall opening plans and provide important updates to Regis’ COVID-19 response.

The COVID crisis in Africa

Across the African continent weekly COVID deaths remain in the thousands. Regis College professor of public health Richard Pulice’s organization HeartSounds US works to help the hardest hit countries like Uganda.

Game Changer

From Athletics to Academics, Cory McCarthy takes on a new role as a “CEO” for educational equity.

Skin Deep

Surgical Oncologist Samilia Obeng-Gyasi talks with Regis College Assistant Professor Lawana Brown about racial disparities in breast cancer treatment.

The COVID-19 Vaccine and HIPAA

Faculty in Regis College’s Young School of Nursing and School of Health Sciences explain why requiring the COVID-19 vaccine to return to campus this fall is not a violation of the health information privacy law.

Q&A: Student-athletes can now profit off ‘NIL’

Elizabeth Conant, an associate professor in Regis College’s sports management program, explains the significance of the NCAA’s new policy to allow student-athletes to profit off their name, image, and likeness, and what it all means for the college spo