Displaying items by tag: Research

Project focuses on medically underserved areas and includes building and educating undergraduate students, practicing RNs in team-focused primary care
Assistant Professor Edwin Aroke receives AANA Foundation research award

Students selected for prestigious fellowship focused on impacting health disparities

Leake and Morris awarded third place in research expo
Anusiewicz and Prapanjaroensin earn scholarships to improve nursing practice

Leaves indelible mark on science, nursing and the community

Carter presents on substance use disorder at occupational health meeting
Sullivan earns scholarship to support research to enhance pediatric oncology nursing in resource-limited countries, hospitals
Rebecca Edwards, also a faculty member, will use funds from Oncology Nursing Society to begin crafting research proposal on palliative care in the Caribbean
PhD student Wells honored by Heart Failure Nurses
$1.7 million grant providing oral hygiene training for nursing home staff to improve care for patients with cognitive issues
Honored with 2018 Graduate Dean’s Excellence in Mentorship Award, she is known for exemplary intellectual leadership, and actively guiding her mentees research and training
Election was based upon an exemplary career, educational and research contributions to practice across UAB and in other academic, clinical settings
Elaine Larson, a pioneer in infection prevention, antimicrobial resistance and hand hygiene delivering keynote address, “One Nurse’s Journey: Bridges to the Future with Interdisciplinary Teams”
Stockdill honored by Hospice and Palliative Nurses Foundation, Heart Failure Society of America
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month
2017 ranking represents 9 spot jump, up from 23rd in 2016
Only nurse on committee overseeing Network of Pediatric Multiple Sclerosis Centers national project
Washing hands is one of the most important steps to avoid illness
Patrician, Miltner head new QSEN initiative based at School
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