Nurses have always provided vital care for patients, and their contributions are more important than ever during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nationally and in Michigan, Spartan nurses deliver care and support amid unprecedented challenges to the health care industry. During this time, Spartan nursing students, faculty and professionals also continue to alleviate the national nursing shortage, lead federally funded research and practice in community-based settings.
See how Spartan nurses are working for a safer, healthier future for all.
Responding during the pandemic
MSU nursing students and alumni across the country are stepping up to provide care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Senior nursing student Johhny Choi was completing an externship at a hospital in Novi when he was asked to move into a full-time position in its COVID-19 unit. Many graduating nurses like Choi have entered the workforce earlier than usual due to the strain on health care services. Read more about Choi's experience in a story by Bridge Magazine.
In hospitals across Michigan, Spartan nurses are answering the call to help. Read some of their stories of how they are caring for communities hit hard by the pandemic.