Learn more about the VA Nursing Academic Partnerships, VA National Quality Scholars Program, Veterans CAN! and many other Veterans-centered programs
The school currently operates three nurse managed centers. These centers provide community based primary healthcare services under the leadership of our advanced practice faculty members.
The City of Birmingham’s Good Health Program, led by our faculty, strives to promote a culture of wellness within the city’s workforce through health screens, health awareness efforts, intervention programs, data management and program evaluation.
The primary goal of the Alabama Statewide AHEC Program is to reduce health disparities by improving the quantity, diversity, distribution and quality of Alabama’s healthcare workforce.
The Office of Professional Development expands the reach of the school by promoting and leading high-quality, innovative educational programs that advance health and healthcare through the lifelong learning of nurse leaders and other health professionals.
This course prepares nurse practitioners, physicians (both MDs and DOs), physician assistants and doctors of chiropractic to sit for the certification test required by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to become a Certified Medical Examiner.
The Office of Professional Development provides continuing education opportunities for faculty members as well as other healthcare professionals by means of face to face conferences, lectures, workshops and online educational programs.Read more...