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Community members from the Hue-MAN Partnership and researchers from the University of Minnesota School of Nursing are collaborating on research to help racial and ethnic minority communities better understand how to leverage community strengths to address the opioid epidemic. The research aims to address the health disparities caused by social stigma and structural bias and shift the conversation from stigma to strengths.
Kirk Butler aspires to alleviate chronic pain among his fellow military veterans.
A global research partnership between University of Minnesota School of Nursing Assistant Professor Erica Schorr, PhD, RN, and Mahidol University Assistant Professor Wantana Maneesriwongul, DNSc, MPH, RN, seeks to understand the feasibility of a study using a wearable device to examine the relationship of physical activity, sedentary time and glycemic control in adults with type 2 diabetes in Thailand.
PhD candidate Camille Brown, BSN, RN, is examining family communication and sexual health among transgender and gender diverse youth for her dissertation in the PhD in Nursing program at the University of Minnesota.
The University of Minnesota School of Nursing has been awarded the Health Professions Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity Magazine for the fourth consecutive year. The HEED Award honors U.S. nursing, medical, dental, pharmacy, osteopathic, veterinary, and other health schools and centers that demonstrate an outstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion.
University of Minnesota President Joan T.A. Gabel joined an interprofessional team of students in an innovative health care escape room at the School of Nursing during the weeklong celebration leading up to her official inauguration on Sept. 20.
The School of Nursing named Clinical Professor Teddie Potter, PhD, RN, FAAN, as its first director of planetary health. The appointment shows the school’s growing commitment to planetary health and addressing the relationship between human health, the environment and the health of the planet.
Former Gophers swimmer Chloe Portela is using the Master of Nursing program to realize her childhood career ambition.

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Minnesota Nursing Magazine

University of Minnesota's School of Nursing publishes a biannual magazine with all of the latest news from the school. Available in print and digital versions, it's easy to stay up to date.

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