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Publications, Presentations, and Other News October 2018
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Associate Professor Lusine Poghosyan’s Armenian Upbringing Fuels Her Passion for Nursing and Science
Growing up in a small village in Armenia during times of upheaval and hardship, Poghosyan, the daughter of a pediatric nurse, learned the value of community and the enduring spirit. This...
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The National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) has awarded a $2.7 million grant to fund a new exploratory center, entitled “Center for Improving Palliative Care for Vulnerable Adults with MCC (...
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Students Express Deep Cultural and Clinical Experiences Through the Lens
One of Columbia Nursing’s cornerstones is to understand global health issues not just from a clinical perspective, but from a cultural one as well. Under the direction of the Office of Global...
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Publications, Presentations, and Other News September 2018
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The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Selects Columbia Nursing to Receive Prestigious Future of Nursing Grant
Columbia University School of Nursing was one of only 31 schools nationwide selected to receive a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s (RWJF) Future of Nursing Scholars program...
It’s “National Sickle Cell Awareness Month”: New Columbia Nursing Study Shows How Community Health Workers May Improve Quality of Life for Youths’ with the Disease
September is “National Sickle Cell Awareness Month.” The observance, unanimously passed by Congressional resolution in 1983, was endorsed through presidential proclamation, which spoke to the...
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From Sesame Street to Italy, Instructor Lisa Iannacci-Manasia Brings Out the Best in Her Students Through Modelling Excellence
Lisa Iannacci-Manasia ’77 ’89, MS, knew that when she saw a child first being born, pediatrics was what she wanted to practice — and that doing so involved striving to be at her best. This...
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From Graphic Artist to Nurse Researcher: Associate Research Scientist Carolyn Sun Focuses on Improving Global Health
A former graphic artist, Carolyn Sun ’15, PhD, didn’t immediately know nursing was her calling. Graduating with a BA in art, she held an office job designing brochures and flyers for civil...
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