Caylor School of Nursing

Preparing competent, caring and compassionate nurses for nearly 50 years.

Preparing Nurses for Almost 50 Years

LMU's cornerstone belief is service to humanity, and few professions embody this belief like nursing. Nurses help people attain and regain wellness. In addition, nurses work with individuals, families, and community groups, helping them adapt to changes—in their needs, their roles, and their relationships—brought on by changes in health. At LMU, nursing students receive the training and education needed to become qualified nurses capable of succeeding in the 21st century health care environment. Students are also held to the high moral and ethical standards, as well as a sense of personal responsibility, that are vital to nursing.

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LMU Nurse Anesthesia Students Win November 11, 2021 LMU Nurse Anesthesia Students Win State Competition

Three students in the Lincoln Memorial University Caylor School of Nursing (LMU-CSON) Nurse Anesthesia program won first place for their poster abstract. The research and poster were presented at the Tennessee Association of Nurse Anesthetists (TANA) annual conference.

LMU FNP students at RAM Clinic November 10, 2021 LMU Celebrating 2021 Nurse Practitioner Week

Lincoln Memorial University-Caylor School of Nursing (LMU-CSON) is recognizing the vital role of nurse practitioners during National Nurse Practitioner (NP) Week, November 7-13, 2021. This year’s theme is “NPs: Going the Extra Mile.” The 2021 commemoration comes after health care workers continue to be faced with the COVID-19 pandemic, which has elevated awareness of how NPs are essential to our health care system. NP Week recognizes the contributions more than 325,000 licensed NPs make to the health of patients nationwide.

Dr. Hess Inducts Rebecca Akers into Professional Hall of Fame October 28, 2021 Rebecca Akers Inducted into LMU's Professional Hall of Fame

Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) inducted the Class of 2021 into its Educators’, Literary and Professional Halls of Fame during Homecoming celebrations earlier this month. Rebecca Akers, ’03, ’12 and ‘16, of Middlesboro, Kentucky, was one of four inducted into the Professional Hall of Fame.

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