CWRU nursing students administer hundreds of COVID-19 vaccines

CWRU nursing student

There has never in our lifetime been a more critical time for high-quality health care leadership, and Case Western Reserve University nursing students are answering the need in a big way.

CWRU nursing students are working at the frontlines of relief from the COVID-19 pandemic, spearheading clinics that have administered hundreds of doses of vaccines to local Cleveland residents.

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Real nursing experience is at the heart of CWRU nursing education, with our nurses amassing more than 1,300 hours of clinical experience, nearly double the national average. 

Nursing is more than a profession. It’s a calling. And there is no better place to heed the call to heal than at Case Western Reserve University’s Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing.