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U-M School of Nursing to lead national alliance for cancer care
The $15 million effort, funded by the Merck Foundation, will take a multifaceted approach to improving patient-centered care, support and outcomes.
Work on diversity, equity and inclusion at UMSN continues, guided by strategic plan
As the semester winds down, work at the School of Nursing towards goals set in the 2016-2021 Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Strategic Plan is ramping up. The Implementation Committee, led by Senior Diversity Director Dr. Rushika Patel, has focused on three areas for intense work. These areas are: training and events; inventory and mapping of resources; and tracking and accessibility of relevant data.  School-wide effort The committee does not work alone, however.
Bridging climate and health: New research agenda promoted by UMSN professor
 As daffodils are springing up from the ground a month earlier than usual in Ann Arbor, Sue Anne Bell, Ph.D., clinical faculty member at University of Michigan School of Nursing (UMSN) and National Clinical Scholar at the Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation (IHPI), is leading the School of Nursing’s Climate Change and Health Seminar Series with the goal of establishing an interdisciplinary program of research addressing the health effects of a changing climate. “My hope is that the seminar calls attentio

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  • Dean's Research Day

    Join us April 3 for the Science of Addictions: From Risks to Recovery.


    Mar 20, 2017
  • NINR T32 training grant focuses on improving health and safety

    Complexity: Innovations in Promoting Health and Safety grant provides funding to develop and test transformative interventions. Marita Titler, PhD, RN, FAAN is PI.

    Mar 28, 2017