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American Medical Informatics Association Nursing Informatics Working Group names papers among those recommended that contributed to the science of nursing informatics

Quality improvement science experts ensure incorporation of quality and safety at all levels of education

Published in Innovative Programs
December 17, 2019

Faculty contribute to textbook

Multiple faculty contribute to 10th commemorative edition of Public Health Nursing textbook

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

MSN subspecialty faculty bring experience, knowledge to program

Published in Valuable Resources

MSN subspecialties prepare graduates to fill cancer and palliative care workforce gaps

Published in Innovative Programs
September 24, 2019

Alumni making a difference

Oncology, palliative care pioneers support expansion of care

Published in Innovative Programs

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

Outstanding contributions recognized with INACSL Spirit of Simulation Leadership Excellence Award

Published in Global Leadership

New Associate Dean for the Office of Clinical and Global Partnerships discusses goals, ongoing initiatives

Published in Innovative Programs

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