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Physiology lab strengthens research capabilities

Lab offers ‘every way that you would want or need to do aerobic exercise and test it’

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Professor Carolyn Porta

Porta receives Forensic Nursing Research Award
Professor Carolyn Porta will receive the 2019 Ann Burgess Forensic Nursing Research Award from the International Association of Forensic Nurses.

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Mary Whipple

Whipple named best overall presenter at Society for Vascular Nursing meeting
Graduate research assistant and PhD candidate Mary Whipple, BA, BSN, RN, received the best overall presenter award at the Society for Vascular Nursing’s 37th annual conference.
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Clinical Associate Professor Diana Drake, DNP, APRN, WHNP, was selected as a fellow to the American Academy of Nursing. The achievement is considered one of the highest honors in the nursing profession.
Two University of Minnesota School of Nursing students passionate about making positive contributions to society in healthcare have been named Tillman Scholars for the class of 2019 by the Pat Tillman Foundation (PTF).
Nurse and health care leaders convened in Minneapolis for the seventh Nursing Knowledge: Big Data Science Conference to advance a national action plan to ensure that nursing data are captured and available in sharable, comparable formats for clinicians, researchers, policy makers and others to advance person-centered care and improve health outcomes.
The Journal of Vascular Nursing selected an article by Assistant Professor Laura Kirk, PhD, RN, as the winner of its 21st annual Writing Award. Kirk’s article was selected above all featured articles published by the journal in 2018.

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