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By Changing Careers, Columbia Nursing Students Bring New Perspectives into the Classroom and to the Profession
Current Columbia Nursing second-career students relate their personal and professional reasons for making such a sweeping change, and assess what impact their previous accomplishments have on...
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University awarded 10-year, $11.1 million grant to house Jonas Center; from new base in the School of Nursing, Center will build on its legacy as a national philanthropic leader and champion for nurses
On the eve of its 10th anniversary, the Jonas Center for Nursing and Veterans Healthcare today announced that, beginning in 2017, it will be housed at Columbia University. It will reside in...
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Columbia Nursing Alumni Excel at the Bedside and Far Beyond
In this article, we profile five extraordinary alumnae who have built successful careers in government, hospital leadership, research, nursing education, and advanced clinical practice. For these...
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Grants, Faculty Publications, and Other News December 2015
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Faculty Profile: Eileen Carter, PhD, associate research scientist
Carter holds a joint appointment as an associate research scientist at Columbia Nursing and nurse researcher at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital.
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The course focuses on the social, legal, and political contexts in which health care systems exist and adapt, with emphasis on the U.S. system. One goal of the class is to help students...
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Grants, Faculty Publications, and Other News November 2015
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Faculty Profile: Kathleen Hickey, EdD, associate professor
Kathleen T. Hickey is an associate professor at Columbia University School of Nursing. She also holds a joint appointment in the Department of Medicine, Division of Cardiology (Electrophysiology)...
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Columbia School of Nursing students and graduates were able to do all those things during the school’s second annual career fair on October 2nd, hosted by the school’s Office of Career Development...
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Columbia Nursing Study Finds Significant Time and Costs Demands for Nurse Researchers to Prepare and Submit NIH Grant Applications
Investments as high as $270,000 and a month of full-time effort for a successful submission
In the first known study of its kind, researchers at Columbia University School of Nursing have found that individuals involved in nursing research spent as much as the equivalent of four 40-hour...