A carefully curated art program, combining the work of vintage, iconic, and contemporary artists, connects the school to the community, the patients we serve, and the world in which we live.
When Columbia University School of Nursing opened its new seven-story glass-and-steel building last summer, students, faculty, and staff were welcomed
into a state-of-the-art educational...
Through collaboration and sharing of best practices with other health care institutions, Columbia Nursing is transforming nursing education
The train-wreck survivors are bloodied and bruised. A man with a broken nose begs for morphine, as does a woman whose gashed ankle reveals a protruding bone. Another woman, her wrist swollen and...
With mentorship programs that help RNs working in acute-care hospital settings design groundbreaking research projects, Columbia Nursing is narrowing the gulf between academic research and patient care.
As a charge nurse in the pediatric diagnostic and imaging center at NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital, Dan Hogan, MSN, knew that kids often feel anxious about undergoing...
Profile | Academics
Sarah Collins is Applying Her Expertise in Nursing Informatics and Leveraging Computer Systems to Improve Patient Care
Sarah Collins, ’09, PhD, RN, is an assistant professor of biomedical informatics and nursing at Columbia University. She has a joint appointment in the Department of Biomedical Informatics (DBMI)...
Students | Education | Academics
This month, Columbia Nursing is launching a school-wide palliative care education program that reflects the recent development of competencies and recommendations from the American Association of...
Research | Academics
Congratulations to this year’s Distinguished Alumni Award recipients. They will be honored at Reunion and the Distinguished Alumni Awards Dinner on Friday, May 4.
Community | Education
Columbia Nursing and ColumbiaDoctors Partner to Provide Opioid Overdose Training for Patient Safety Week
Opioid overdose rates have more than quadrupled since 1999, making opioid overdoses now the leading cause of death in Americans under 50. Last year, the opioid epidemic claimed 64,000 American...
New Study: Menopause Contributes to a Greater Impact From Fatigue and Muscle Aches in Women Living With HIV
As the aging HIV population expands, so does the number of women with HIV who are going through menopause. Researchers at Columbia Nursing collaborated to examine the impact of menopause on women’...
Research | Academics
Suzanne Bakken, PhD, Alumni Professor and director, Center for Evidence-based Practice in the Underserved, was among the editors of Optimizing Strategies for Clinical...
Students | Diversity | Education | Academics
A Role Model for Hispanic Nurses, Assistant Professor Adriana Arcia Focuses on Visualization and Consumer Health Informatics to Get Patients the Information They Need
Nursing was definitely not the first career choice of Adriana Arcia, PhD, assistant professor. She holds a bachelor’s degree in theater, studied jewelry design, was an administrative assistant,...