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US News & World Report featured a new study by Melissa Beauchemin, PhD '19, which found nearly a quarter of young people treated for sarcoma continue to take opioids after their treatment is done
Becker's Hospital Review mentioned a Columbia Nursing study that found team tenure is a significant determinant of the cost and quality of hospital care.
Healthcare IT News featured AMIA 25x5, an initiative by the AMIA, Columbia Nursing, and Vanderbilt that aims to optimize EHR charting and reduce burden on U.S. clinicians.
Diversity in Action Magazine featured Billy Caceres, PhD, in an article about the important role that nurse practitioners play in providing LGBTQ+ health care.
MedPage Today quoted Stephen Ferrara, DNP, in a story about NewYork's decision to allow nurse practitioners to practice independently.
Oncology Nursing News featured a new presentation which found medical cannabis in conjunction with opioids may be an effective treatment strategy to reduce pain burden.
Crain's Health Plus reported on Columbia Nursing's new full-tuition scholarship endowment.
The Spectator spoke with Dean Lorraine Frazier and Assistant Dean of Development and Alumni Relations Janice Grady about the school's first full-tuition scholarship.
Medical Xpress featured a new study led by Jingjing Shang, PhD, highlighting the association between home health care staff flu vaccination rates and patient illness at the national level.
Stephen Ferrara, DNP, spoke about New York state budget proposals to permanently increase flexibility for local and out-of-state health care workers.