Columbia Nursing’s Marie Carmel Garcon Named Nurse Practitioner of the Year by The Nurse Practitioner Association New York State
New York, NY- Marie Carmel Garcon, DNP, Columbia University School of Nursing, has been named 2017 Nurse Practitioner of the Year, by The Nurse Practitioner Association New York State (NPA). The...
First National Survey Published After 2016 Presidential Election Finds Gender Minorities’ Sense of Safety and Well-Being Impacted
NEW YORK- The first quantitative analyses published on the outcome of the 2016 election on the LGBTQ community showed that participants reported high levels of election outcome-related concerns,...
Lora Peppard ’08 Discusses MI’s Expanding Use
Lora Peppard ’08 first heard about Motivational Interviewing (MI) in a psychotherapy course while pursuing her master’s degree to become a psychiatric nurse practitioner. The approach, which helps...
Peace Corps Science Teacher, Village Nurse, and Everything In-Between: Columbia Nursing’s Faculty Profile of Ana Kelly
Teaching began for Ana Kelly, PhD, assistant professor, directly after she graduated college with a Bachelor of Science in Human Biology. Now an Assistant Professor at Columbia Nursing, Kelly says...
Implementing Internal Review Protocols at Academic Institutions Doubles Likelihood of External Grant Funding
Researchers at Columbia University School of Nursing have created a three-pronged approach to doubling the amount of successfully funded external research grants at its institution. Rooted in data...
Support to Practice Independently Helps Nurse Practitioners Deliver Ongoing Primary Care to Patients
Study Says NPs Can Help Fill Growing Primary Care Gap
Nurse practitioners (NPs) whose healthcare organizations supported their practice as independent clinicians, were more likely than those who worked in less supportive environments to have their...
When all roads lead to nursing: Columbia Nursing’s Sally Aboelela discusses her path to the field and how she keeps student morale high
When Sally Aboelela, PhD, assistant professor, first came to Columbia Nursing in 2005, she was planning to enroll as a student to become a nurse. She had just finished her Doctorate in Physiology...
Publications, Presentations, and Other News September 2017
Columbia Nursing’s Elaine Larson named a ‘Living Legend’ by the American Academy of Nursing, the Academy’s highest honor
Academy Will Honor Living Legends at Annual Policy Conference in October
The American Academy of Nursing announced Elaine Larson, PhD, FAAN, associate dean for research at Columbia Nursing, as one of five nurse leaders to receive its highly acclaimed designation of...
Global Nursing and Midwifery Summit in Amman, Jordan Brings Together Leaders to Build and Sustain Cross-Regional Networks
Columbia University School of Nursing, in partnership with Columbia Global Centers | Amman, will welcome global leaders in nursing and midwifery from 22 countries on July 24-25, 2017 to discuss...