Displaying items by tag: News

Awards shine light on two expected to make their mark in field of psychiatric care
Published in Global Leadership
Newest results show UAB School of Nursing is most successful prelicensure program of its size in Alabama
Published in Innovative Programs
AMNP was the best route because he already had a bachelor’s and master’s in athletic training and didn’t want to go back to school for another two or three years to get a bachelor’s degree in nursing
Published in Innovative Programs
Growing up in rural Alabama Shameka Rodgers saw the effect a lack of health care access, education had on her community and made UAB her first and only choice for a nursing education she will take back home to help others
Published in Innovative Programs
Representative meets three scholarship recipients, tours skills and simulation labs
Published in Valuable Resources
Exploring the neurocognitive, inflammatory and cardiometabolic effects of a ketogenic diet in medically stable, older persons living with HIV who have mild to moderate neurocognitive impairment

School recognizes eight alumni, colleagues for outstanding contributions to the nursing profession, academia, and patients

Published in Valuable Resources
Their talk "Cognition and Vigilance in Shift-Working Nurses," is an offshoot of their collaborative research into staffing night shifts with workers who are genetically best suited to work during the overnight hours
Earned both MSN and PhD from UAB; Primary responsibilities relate to the coordination of the program


Published in Valuable Resources
Also is president-elect of Alabama League for Nursing, previously served on the Board of Directors for Georgia League for Nursing

Published in Global Leadership
Honored for her leadership and dedication to international nursing education and continuing efforts to raise intercultural understanding within the health-care field
Published in Global Leadership
Career has been dedicated to advancing educational opportunities for nurses in Alabama and beyond
Published in Valuable Resources
NBNA provides a forum for black nurses to advocate for the highest quality of health care for people of color
Published in Global Leadership
Holiday celebrations can be overwhelming for those with memory loss but dementia-care expert Rita Jablonski-Jaudon is presenting tips on creating dementia-friendly family holidays
Published in Global Leadership
Assistant Professor Ann Gakumo has received national recognition for her efforts to improve health literacy. Read the UAB Magazine story on her vast impact in the community.
Published in Global Leadership
UAB School of Nursing has been ranked No. 6 in the “Top 30 Most Affordable Certified Nurse Anesthetist Programs 2015” by professional web site
Published in Global Leadership
UAB School of Nursing ranked number 17 in the nation in the “Top 50 Best Value BSN Programs of 2015” and number 27 in the nation in the “Top 50 Best Value RN to BSN Programs of 2015” by valuecolleges.com.
Published in Global Leadership
UAB School of Nursing PhD student receives Article of the Year award from the Journal of the Association of Nurses in Aids Care
Professor Linda Roussel and UAB Hospital Nurse Manager Kristen Noles have teamed with the Clinical Nurse Leader Association (CNLA) to host the CNLA Regional Conference at UAB Hospital
Published in Global Leadership
UAB School of Nursing alumna Carol Ratcliffe credited by NBNA for outstanding contributions to professional and patient education
Published in Global Leadership
BSN curriculum includes personal leadership course to help students learn how to effectively work together, features service-learning project
Published in Innovative Programs
UAB School of Nursing alumna Lindsey Harris cited by National Black Nurses Association for clinical excellence, patient advocacy and mentorship
Published in Global Leadership
Since 2009, the UAB School has had a formal partnership with the Department of Veterans Affairs through what is now called the VA Nursing Academic Partnership to help improve health care for Veterans and their families. Its success has led to the expansion of additional education, research and clinical practice initiatives, all aimed at bettering the lives of America's heroes.

Published in Global Leadership
Dr. Booth's worldwide legacy of teaching, research and service helped the School rise to the national prominence it enjoys today

Published in Global Leadership
UAB School of Nursing alumna to serve as President-elect of Alabama State Nurses Association (ASNA)
Published in Global Leadership
A University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) School of Nursing faculty member and an alumna of one of the School’s doctoral programs have been inducted as Fellows in the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP), the largest full-service national professional membership organization for nurse practitioners of all specialties.
Published in Global Leadership
Dr. Natalie Wilson has been awarded a Brown R25 Fellowship that provides didactic training in clinical research methods, as well as collaborative structured mentoring.
Published in Global Leadership
Cited for her more than 35 years of experience as educator and researcher, work with Deep South Occupational Health & Safety Education and Research Center
Published in Global Leadership
Named 2015 recipient of the Marguerite Rodgers Kinney Award for a Distinguished Career; award is named for UAB's Dr. Margie Kinney Handlin
Published in Valuable Resources
Johns Hopkins Professor, National Program Director for RWJF Nurse Faculty Scholars Program, is twenty-fourth Jean Kelley Lecture keynote
Published in Innovative Programs
Assistant Professor Glenda Smith will serve second term as member-at-large for Association of Faculties of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners 
Published in Global Leadership
Sullivan, a graduate of the MSN program, is the recipient of one of only two scholarships given by the Association of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Nurses to attend the prestigious conference
Published in Global Leadership
Alumna Linda Gibson-Young receives the Outstanding Researcher Award from the National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties
Published in Global Leadership
On May 11 the School is moving to AACN's NursingCAS centralized application service for its MSN and DNP Programs
Published in Innovative Programs
Alumna Amy Neimkin receives 2015 Daniel D. Vigness Federal Political Director of the Year Award presented by the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists
Published in Global Leadership
DNP graduate Shelby Polk participating in year-long innovative and integrated learning experience for advanced practice nurses
Published in Global Leadership
Community Health Nursing students detail experiences with School's partner agencies and findings on nurses' role in the community 
Charged with examining, facilitating innovative, practical strategies to promote School; advise on profession nationally across constituencies

Published in Valuable Resources
Three fifth semester honors students use undergraduate research experience to help empower Latina women about breast cancer, culturally sensitive health education 
School's PhD Program Director will assist authors in evaluating article ideas prior to peer review, facilite links between academic researchers, clinicians
Published in Global Leadership
American Association of Occupational Health Nurses recognizes Louise O'Keefe for excellence in writing in experienced author category
Published in Global Leadership
"Nursing Research Using Ethnography: Qualitative Designs and Methods" honored by AJN as book of the year
Published in Global Leadership
March 19, 2015

Gift to Honor Nursing

Rick and Barrett Brock MacKay give $1 million to create dynamic new home for the Barrett Brock MacKay Florence Nightingale Letters Exhibit

Published in Valuable Resources
Marti Rice recognized by Southern Nursing Research Society for outstanding leadership, contributions, promotion of nursing, health care research
Published in Global Leadership
Bryan Wilbanks' research, part of his dissertation work, is changing the course of perioperative informatics, published in peer-reviewed journal
Ann Gakumo named Most Outstanding Black Faculty Member by Black Student Awareness Committee for leadership, community and school involvement
Published in Global Leadership
Scholarship donors, recipients meet at annual luncheon to celebrate donor generosity and student excellence
Published in Valuable Resources

Honored for bridging CNL education, practice; leadership through innovative collaboration with education, practice to improve patient care quality

Published in Global Leadership

Ladores, a pediatric nurse practitioner, investigates reproductive health concerns in adolescents and young adults with chronic illness

Page 4 of 6

Upcoming Events