The College of Nursing is making meaningful change in the health of individuals, especially in rural areas. Our researchers are working with a variety of Tribal partners, organizations, and other research institutions to make a meaningful impact on the health and well-being of individuals and communities. In addition, we have faculty experts working to continuously improve nursing education.
Investigating the Impacts on the Nursing Workforce
Behavioral Health Workforce Education and Training Program - East
Behavioral Health Workforce Education and Training Program - West
Caring for Montana Veterans
Montana nurses are likely to care for veterans during their career. Using simulation and educational components that focus on military culture we are ensuring students are well prepared to provide excellent care to Montana veterans. Research is also being conducted in several Montana communities to assess veterans’ needs.
One Community in Health
Caring for Our Own Program
CO-OP was founded in 1999 to help improve the quality of health care in American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) communities by increasing the number of qualified AI/AN nurses entering the health profession. The program is a supplemental student support program for AI/AN students pursuing their nursing degree at MSU.