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As a rookie nurse in 1968, Elaine Larson, PhD, RN, associate dean for research, had an experience that left her shattered. One of her patients was a woman in her early 30s with rheumatic heart...
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Columbia University School of Nursing will welcome faculty, alumni, and friends of the Columbia community to a ceremony dedicating its cutting-edge new building.
Marie Carmel Garcon, DNP, has worked at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) for the past 28 years. From the ICU, dealing with infectious diseases, even working with dialysis patients, the...
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How Columbia Nursing's Arlene Smaldone Fulfills a Lifelong Passion to Help Foster Future Nurse Scientists
It was a nurse who served in War World II that first inspired Arlene Smaldone, PhD, assistant dean of scholarship and research to enter the field of nursing. The nurse, who also happened to be her...
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Against the odds, nurses enlist in the military, saving lives and gaining rank. For the health care profession, nothing would ever be the same.
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This is excerpted from Dean Berkowitz’s state of the school address at Alumni Reunion 2017.
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Columbia Nursing alumni influence the delivery of health care, establish innovations in nursing education, and conduct groundbreaking research throughout the country and world
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On May 16, 2017 the Wall Street Journal reported on Columbia Nursing’s vital research on drug-resistant infections in nursing homes conducted by 2017 PhD graduate Sainfer Aliyu '17, Arlene...
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A Need For Qualified Nurses Spurs A Grand Experiment In Nursing Education
Presbyterian Hospital opened its Training School for Nurses in 1892, with Anna C. Maxwell as the school’s first dean, forever transforming nursing education.