UAB SON awarded $5.15M in Education, Clinical, & Training Grants
Dr. Ann Gakumo attends 2016 Butler-Williams Scholars Program
Jablonski-Jaudon achieves more milestones in field of aging, dementia
Post-Doc Deborah Ejem explores link between spirituality, health care
PhD student Lowe receives scholarships from NBNA, HPNF
Faculty, PhD student represent School at Thailand health care conference
Bakitas named MHRC Barkley Excellence in Mentoring Award winner
Bowen receives grant for health policy research
Post-doc receives five-year, $935,000 K-99/R00 from NINR


Overview
The purpose of this program is to provide financial support to practicing nurses seeking advanced education.  Training is offered both on campus and in a distance accessible format and cultural competency strategies have been institutionalized within the curriculum.  Beginning in 2012 funds can be awarded to students seeking advanced nursing degrees in all areas of primary care.  The program will emphasize recruitment oft trainees from underserved, rural and minority backgrounds, as well as veterans.

 For more information about the project, please contact Dr. Moneyham at moneyham@uab.edu