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The top three abstracts in nursing at the North American Cystic Fibrosis Conference from UAB School of Nursing

2020 Inspiration in Women’s Health from National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women's Health recognizes dedication to combat human trafficking, help victims

American Association for Men in Nursing names UAB top school for men for second year, Bordelon receives association’s Lee Cohen Award

FNINR recognizes assistant professor for early career success

National Black Nurses Association recognizes Loretta Lee for instruction, publication

Number of UAB School of Nursing FAAN inductees rises to more than 90

Associate Professor Cathy Roche thrives on creative lesson plans, interactive instruction

Honored by the National Academic Advising Association

Martha Dawson, faculty and president of NBNA, participates on the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine Roundtable

International Organization of Multiple Sclerosis Nurses honors Yolanda Wheeler for impact on patients, families

Sigrid Ladores selected President-Elect of the inaugural chapter of Philippine Nurses Association of Alabama

Understanding causes, sustained racial disparities in pain

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

Students nominated Aroke for American Association of Nurse Anesthetists

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

Marisa Wilson will represent Nursing Informatics for US to the Internal Medical Informatics Association.

Draws inspiration from her faculty, students and passion for teaching.

Professor Allison Shorten recognized for excellence in learning in a team environment

Income, working conditions and health disparities contribute to disproportionate rates of infection, death in minority populations

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