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Congratulations to Dr. Janet Hale and Prof. Jill Terrien on their most recent article found in The Journal of Nursing Education and Practice, 2014, Vol. 4, No. 4. Read the abstract here.
The Iota Phi-at-Large Chapter supports professional scholarship. Three $1000 scholarships have been established for current or potential chapter members who are students in the three academic programs of the chapter. One scholarship will be awarded per school. Deadline to submit application is March 15, 2014.
Seven medical and nursing students have been honored by the American Public Health Association for their projects addressing important public health issues. Read the article on UmassMed Now.
International impact Faculty travel to Ghana seeking clues to Worcester’s infant mortality mysteryFor years, Worcester has had one of the highest infant mortality rates in the commonwealth nearly nine infants per thousand born to mothers in the city die before
GSN hosts Nursing Schools Expo for high school students Education for future nurses abundant in Central MassachusettsRepresentatives of nine Central Massachusetts colleges and universities and the United States Army Health Care Team will introduce local high school students to the
GSN HonoreesDawn Carpenter DNP ACNP BC, Assistant Professor, University of Massachusetts Worcester Graduate School of Nursing, received the 2013 National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculty (NONPF) Poster Presentation Award. Her poster presentation entitled Use of Simulation to Facilitate Interprofessional Education
The Graduate School of Nursing will take the spotlight on behalf of UMass Medical School when the Colleges of Worcester Consortium (COWC) recognizes and celebrates the outstanding community engagement of faculty and students at its member institutions.
GSN class speaker dedicated to patientsFor Graduate School of Nursing Class Speaker Nicole Peace, RN, the privilege of nursing is getting to know one’s patients, listening closely and carefully to the stories of their lives. Peace begins writing the next