Mental Health Care is Health Care
Published Aug. 21, 2022
In 2020, even before COVID-19 increased many people’s anxiety and depression, nearly one third of University of Vermont Medical Center primary care patients reported mental health or substance use concerns. “We knew a mental health crisis was coming…
Read More
"I feel like I'm making a difference here"
Published March 31, 2022
Sandra Belton spent nearly 20 years working as a nurse in her native South Carolina. Then, after working for a couple of years as a travel nurse, first in Southeast and then in Vermont, she decided to join the neurology team full time at the Univers…
Read More
From the History of Art to the Art of Nursing
Published Dec. 1, 2021
For Sarah Yeager, a personal health experience led to a profession centered on caring for people. Sarah Yeager, BSN, RN, was on her way to getting her bachelor’s degree in art history when her mother was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer. Withi…
Read More
Why did Heather Lefebvre, BSN, RN, become a nurse?
Published Nov. 30, 2021
“I wanted to make a difference in people’s lives – especially during one of their most vulnerable periods.” While still a student at UVM College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Lefebvre discovered her interest in working on the general medicine flo…
Read More
Search Articles by Keyword:
Search Articles by Category: