Your first semester as a nursing student at Case Western Reserve University is an exciting one. You’ll start learning about the practice, profession, and discipline of nursing and start clinicals just three weeks after you arrive on campus.
One of the first people you’re likely to meet in the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing is Janna Kinney, who teaches in both the classroom and in clinical settings and serves as an advisor and mentor to many CWRU undergraduate nurses.
Our faculty and instructors will encourage and support you in your interests inside and outside the classroom. Your experiences will help you relate to your patients and ultimately make you the best nurse you can be.
Hear from Janna about how she supports new nurses
Students in the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, complete 1,300+ clinical hours of experience, at over 200 Cleveland-area community agencies and organizations, in the nation’s #10 nursing program (U.S. News & World Report).
That might be a lot to take in, but with faculty members like Janna on your side, you’ll be a leader in healthcare.