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University of Louisville School of Nursing, has been selected as one of 100 Alumni Legacy Leaders by Indiana University School of Nursing during its Centennial year. This award recognizes exceptional contributions to nursing through education,
Palmer Research Symposium will bring the latest information in nursing research to an international audience of health-care professionals in Rome, Italy. The theme is Pushing the Boundaries: Exploring Research Frontiers to Transform Nursing Practice,
The University of Calgary-Qatar (UC-Q) has joined forces with Rumailah Hospital for a research project to gauge nursing job satisfaction. Nursing job satisfaction has been found in research to affect many patient and nurse outcomes. Higher levels of
Newswise Studies at the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing are on the cutting edge of community-based research addressing healthcare and health disparities among African Americans and other medically underserved groups.
Newswise Clearing the Air for Kids with Asthma Smoking is off limits in many public places, but it isn't prohibited in private spaces where children live, play, and sleep. While smoking rates are down, as many as two-thirds of inner-city children
Lyder The last decade has seen an increased emphasis on bringing more research-based care practices into U.S. hospitals. Much is at stake, as hospitals strive to control costs, improve quality of care and patient outcomes, and enhance their
Ray, CNM, RN, have harnessed the power of 51-character, mobile phone text messaging to promote healthy pregnancies and babies. The free National Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition Text4Baby program, provides new and expectant mothers timely
Special Supplement Presents New Studies of Patterns of Health Over Time Newswise Philadelphia, Pa. (June 7, 2011) Health care research typically focuses on final outcomes such as cure or deathoverlooking the fact that health and illness are dynamic
Promoting Heart Health Annually, over 1.5 million people die from heart disease in the U.S., many of low income with high blood pressure, high cholesterol or diabetes. Despite decades of education, as many as 70% of us don't manage our blood pressure;
Palmer Research Symposium will bring the latest nursing research to area health-care professionals. This event will take place from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. , Saturday, April 9, at Loyola University Health System's John & Herta Cuneo Center, Tobin Hall, 2160 S.