UAB Hospital will honor veterans with a ceremony hosted by the hospital’s new affinity group, Veterans, Active Military, Family and Friends.
The service will begin at 1 p.m. with the posting of colors by UAB’s ROTC.
UAB Veterans Services hosts Annual Wreath-Laying Ceremony Nov. 10
A photojournalist turned U.S. Army nurse is a shining example of nursing school’s commitment to providing quality health care for veterans.
“I chose to go to UAB because I felt like it was on the frontier of health care with a program like this.”
New programs, facilities for veterans at UAB are attracting students from across the country.
VA Research support for UAB clinicians and scientists has been important for six decades.
The new Office of Veterans Recruitment and Student Services, a dedicated area for UAB’s veteran student population in the heart of campus, will host an open house Tuesday, Feb. 23, in the new Hill Student Center.
UAB’s School of Nursing is training new nurses to be better equipped to help our nation’s veterans.
UAB hosts a symposium on understanding and improving disability benefits for veterans at Lakeshore Foundation on Nov. 6.

Schwartz, a veteran and nurse, is the keynote speaker for this year’s Mental Health Summit, held Aug. 22.

UAB Medicine implements the ‘Have you ever served in the military?’ campaign in effort to improve quality of life, overall outcomes for veterans and active service members.
UAB Student Health and Wellness Executive Director M. Jacob Baggott, U.S. Army, retired, will welcome guests and deliver opening remarks.
$1.2 million grant for UAB program will provide veterans with military medical experience or training the opportunity to earn a bachelor’s degree in nursing.

UAB Nursing and Medicine schools tout partnership with the VA to improve health care for veterans and their families during May 13-17 National VA Research Week.

A new UAB School of Nursing study will test phone-based palliative care intervention for those in rural areas with advanced cancer.

UAB study finds lack of traumatic brain injury education among military veterans; movies and TV dramas spread misinformation.

In addition to her contributions at UAB, Vining served as a member of Alabama’s National Guard from 1986 to 1992 and is a lieutenant in the U.S. Navy Reserves.

UAB School of Nursing earns federal grant to train more mental health nurse practitioners and to increase use of technology in care.

Family caregiver “boot camp” will offer strategies, resources to cope with traumatic brain injuries.

A service organization known as Vettes-4-Vets has created a permanent endowment to fund scholarships at UAB for current or former members of the military.

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