University of Miami experts discuss why Latinos are among a population that has been the most affected by the novel coronavirus.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2020/11/research-shows-covid-19-has-hit-hispanic-communities-hard.html



Strengthening Safety in a Pandemic

SONHS awarded $15,000 U.S. Embassy in Santo Domingo grant to offer an online patient safety course for nursing students in Miami and Dominican Republic

stories/2020/10/strengthening-safety-in-a-pandemic.html


Research

Researchers aim to end Miami’s HIV epidemic

From the farm fields of south Miami-Dade County to the corner stores in Liberty City, researchers are pursuing novel approaches to halt new infections of HIV in different at-risk communities.

https://news.miami.edu/stories/2020/10/researchers-aim-to-end-miamis-hiv-epidemic.html




Simulation Hospital

Hugoton Foundation Funds Virtual Apps

SONHS is proud to announce that generous support from Joan K. Stout, RN, FAAN, of the Hugoton Foundation, is advancing nursing education in unprecedented times

stories/2020/10/hugoton-foundation-funds-virtual-apps.html