Students, faculty, and alumni of USC are delivering essential care at an unprecedented time. How are they contributing to healing in their communities?
Almost half of adults under age 30 don’t have a primary health care provider, according to a report from the Kaiser Family Foundation. What kinds of health visits do women need routinely, and what’s at risk when they forego care?
Childhood trauma can have long-lasting effects. How can care providers create an ecosystem of support and safety?
Research has shown that people with severe mental disorders are at higher risk for physical health complications that lead to a lower life expectancy.
Incarcerated people are among the most underserved and vulnerable populations when it comes to health care, and correctional nurses are on the front line providing the aid they need.
This is a look at the differences between nurse practitioner and physician assistant careers — from the pre-requisite education requirements to the scope of practice.
More than 100 facilities worldwide give IV drug users a space to safely inject. Nursing@USC explains safe injection sites and what they could mean for the United States.
More than 216,000 women go without housing on a given night in the United States. What can be done to help them?
Many nursing organizations offer competitive scholarships to qualifying students who demonstrate merit, financial need and volunteer involvement. This is a partial listing of scholarship funds available to reduce financial barriers for, and increase the representation of, members of the military, minorities and USC-community applicants.