U.S. Army promotes PhD student Swiger to lieutenant colonel
Jean Kelley Lecture - Save the Date - June 8, 2016
Post-Doc Deborah Ejem explores link between spirituality, health care
Professor David Vance awarded five-year, $2.86-million grant by NIMH
Bowen receives grant for health policy research
PhD students Bahorski, Soistmann receive Ireland Research Travel Award
ONS, HPNA honor Bakitas as palliative care leader
PhD students Bray, Mumbower and Pavicevic named 2016 Jonas Scholars
Improving the health of older African American men in the Deep South


Overview
This project will provides students with an opportunity to prepare to meet the needs of children, adolescents and families in inpatient, outpatient and community settings. The curriculum includes the content required to sit for certification exams in both primary and acute care plus 6 hours of credits toward the Doctor of Nursing Practice degree. The curriculum focuses on providing culturally competent care, across-settings case management, interprofessional collaboration, competency and quality improvement initiatives.

For more information about the project, please contact Dr. Ivey at iveyj@uab.edu