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Lorraine Frazier Named Dean of Columbia Nursing

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Headshot of smiling Dean Lorraine Frazier in front of an office window.
Dean Lorraine Frazier, PhD, RN, FAAN

Columbia University has appointed Lorraine Frazier, PhD, RN, FAAN, as the new Dean of the Columbia University School of Nursing, the Mary O’Neil Mundinger, DrPH Professor of Nursing, and senior...

Innovating Education for 21st-Century Care

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...

Linking Research & Practice

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...

A New Home for Columbia Nursing

An Ultramodern Learning Environment for 21st Century Care

This fall students entered a new building and a new era for Columbia Nursing. The school’s 68,000 square foot structure, including a 2-story, high-tech simulation center, offers an ultramodern...

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...

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