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DNP graduate Michelle Charles and Assistant Professor Latisha Hanson discuss ways nurses advocate for mental health resources in the community with Cheryl Willis.
ABC News sheds light on the stigma of mental health among nurses with Assistant Professor Latisha Hanson, DNP ’15, and MDE-DNP student Michelle Charles, MS ’21.
Latisha Hanson, DNP ’15, and Michelle Charles, MS ’21, provide insight on NBC News, shedding light on the role nurses can play in meeting the need for mental health resources.
Amanda Hessels, PhD, and Elaine Larson, PhD, appeared on the AJIC Science into Practice Podcast, covering recent research on the relationship between standard precaution adherence and safety.
The Washington Post published an op-ed by Donna Drucker, PhD, on Judge Kacsmaryk’s medication abortion decision.
A new study led by Assistant Professor Amanda Hessels, PhD, is "the first published evidence" linking positive patient safety climates to fewer health care-associated infections.
A new study by Jean-Marie Bruzzese, PhD, Kasey Jackman, PhD, and Sarah Leonard, MSN, on sleep problems among LGBTQ+ youths was covered by Healio.
The Wall Street Journal spoke with Sarah Rossetti, PhD, on how hospitals can use nursing assessment data in novel ways to predict patient risk and help reduce medical errors.
New York Post covered a new study by Billy Caceres, PhD, which found that bisexual women may face a higher heart disease risk.
Ashley Graham-Perel appeared on NY1’s “Last Call” segment to discuss her work as executive producer on a film that highlights the life and legacy of renowned nurse leader Dr. Bernadine Mays Lacey.