Displaying items by tag: Innovation & Economic Development

Center for Palliative and Supportive Care is first UAB University Wide Research Center with School of Nursing at the helm

Dionne-Odom receives five-year R37 to assess effectiveness of a lay navigator-led, community-based palliative care intervention for rural and African-American family caregivers in the Southea

Environmental, personal and disease related factors contribute to behavioral symptoms of patients with Alzheimer’s and dementia symptoms, but presentation varies significantly between patients

Three-year, $450,000 grant as part of Betty Irene Moore Fellowship for Nurse Leaders and Innovators to fund caregiver support incubator

Bryan Wilbanks awarded $5,221 grant from American Association of Nurse Anesthetists to study patient safety and outcomes

Offers insight into infectious disease, COVID-19, ongoing research as part of first online Jean Kelley Lecture

8th among public schools of nursing in academic health systems

Training based upon graduate clinical course and teaches much-used skills for rural primary care NPs

Published in Innovative Programs

Faculty use School's TeleCare Unit to continue primary care clinic with Changed Lives Christian Center and The Foundry Ministries, while providing undergrads needed clinical hours

Published in Coronavirus

Shameka Rodgers Phillips is first nurse to receive fellowship from UAB Nutrition and Obesity Research Center

Post-doc studying interventions’ impact on heart failure caregivers, quality of life

January 24, 2020

Student publishes in journal

Article by PhD student discusses random drug screening in nursing profession in Workplace Health & Safety

Nursing student recognized in graduate-level Three Minute Thesis competition, will continue to next level.

Loretta Lee named associate editor for Journal of Ethnicity & Health

Published in Global Leadership

Timiya Nolan receives Nurse of the Year Award in Diversity for Ohio

Published in Valuable Resources

Collaboration between UAB School of Nursing faculty advances scholarship, education

December 09, 2019

Reimagining academic nursing

School utilizes evolving technology, creates new opportunities to learn, collaborate and provide care

Published in Innovative Programs

Honored by Vanderbilt SON for increasing access to specialty care for women

Published in Global Leadership

Vance, Childs, Shorten are accomplished internal leaders, experienced educators and researchers

Published in Global Leadership
October 03, 2019

Alumni named AAN Fellows

Rozmus, Tan to be inducted in October

Published in Valuable Resources

Pam Bowen receives $50,000 pilot grant to study Fitbit use to increase physical activity, improve lifestyle behaviors to improve health of African American women

October 02, 2019

PhD student presents at ASNA

Caitlin Campbell detailed her work on nursing work environment for Alabama State Nurses’ Association at annual meeting

Attends National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD) summer research institute as 2019 Health Disparities Research Institute Scholar

Sixth redesignation marks 25 years of continuous service as a PAHO/WHO Collaborating Center for International Nursing

The Melanie C. Dreher Outstanding Dean Award for Excellence in Chapter Support will be presented at Sigma’s Biennial Convention.

Published in Global Leadership

Ladores focusing on understudied area with goal of developing clinical practice guidelines for fertility preservation conversations across transplant population

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