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U of M School of Nursing Ranked 12th Among Nursing Graduate Schools

US News and World Report Names the U’s Nursing Informatics Graduate Program 2nd in Nation

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Minority Nurse published “Nurse Leadership Brings Influence”
Can remote monitoring technology help people with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia-related conditions live independently longer and reduce their caregivers’ stress? The School of Nursing was awarded a $1.2 million grant by the federal Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality to conduct a five-year research demonstration project to help answer these questions.
Improving nurse and patient safety through safe patient handling equipment and training. KARE
University of Minnesota School of Nursing PhD student Mary Whipple has been awarded a $100,000 scholarship, the only such award bestowed this year by the National Hartford Center of Gerontological Nursing Excellence.
New Universal Nursing Management Codes can enlighten staffing and environmental decisions. July 17
First cohort of students graduate under partnership with Veterans Affairs.
Peripheral artery disease is a chronic condition causing blockages in the arteries that feed the legs, depriving leg muscles of oxygen and often causing debilitating pain.
Five School of Nursing students attend policy summit in D.C.

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