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As we usher in a new year, we are proud to take a look at some of our big stories that appeared in 2018. They capture and highlight key aspects of Columbia Nursing’s innovation in research,...
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Federal Nurses Share Insights on Protecting the Health of Americans
Millions of active and retired servicemen and women, their families, and civilians rely on federal nurses for care, which includes nurses in uniformed service and Veterans Affairs nurses. On...
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A first-generation college student, Billy Caceres, PhD, didn’t start out on the nursing path; his undergraduate senior thesis was on media politics and minority representation. However, after...
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Publications, Presentations, and Other News January 2019
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A study of factors that may be associated with urban adolescents going undiagnosed with asthma has found that despite known disparities and healthcare shortages among low-income Latino and African...
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Publications, Presentations, Awards, and Other News November/December 2018
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Associate Professor of Nursing Max Topaz, PhD, Sees Data as the Brave New World for Nursing Research and Care
Topaz began his career in healthcare as an army medic in Israel, providing care when lives were on the line and performance under pressure was nonnegotiable. It was this trial-by-fire experience,...
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Elaine Larson Receives Walsh McDermott Medal From National Academy of Medicine, One of Two Nurses To Ever Receive the Honor
Elaine Larson, PhD, senior associate dean of scholarship and research, and Anna C. Maxwell Professor of Nursing Research, was recently awarded the Walsh McDermott Medal from the National Academy...
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In October, 14 simulation specialists met at Columbia Nursing’s first annual Innovations in Simulation Summit to exchange and discuss best practices in the field of clinical simulation education,...
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By co-managing primary care patients, nurse practitioners (NPs) and physicians can reduce their individual workloads, and improve patient care access, quality, and healthcare outcomes, Columbia...