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Mekelle University with support of One Health Workforce Project through One Health Central and Eastern Africa (OHCEA) has conducted e-learning training for 26 faculty and 28 students from the 8 colleges and 1 Institute.
As more baby boomers age, the need for quality end-of-life care – and people to provide it – continues to increase. This growing need also comes with the demand for quality training to prepare providers. To that end, nearly 900 people, including nurses, physicians, chaplains and bereavement counselors, will gather to learn how to best provide end-of-life care.
After years of our advocacy, Health & Human Services is pushing nurses to use common language in EHR.
A local nurse leader has accepted a unique new joint nurse scientist position.
Professor Diane Treat-Jacobson's PAD Prairie project featured in Morris Sun Tribune.
Prof. Joe Gaugler's study uses technology to help people with memory loss stay in their homes longer. Star Tribune
Prime Time program's work to reduce risky sex and aggression among teen girls featured in Prevention Action.
Health Talk published "Yoga could help ease effects of Parkinson’s disease"

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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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